That's why Burger King has stepped forward with a proposal to create the McWhopper— the ultimate peace burger. On September 21st, Burger King and McDonalds would unite to bring awareness to International Peace Day**, to put aside their differences and serve a burger of monumental proportions, and significance.
Essentially it's a Big Mac on top, Whopper on the bottom.*** A burger masterpiece. For one day, the two mega-brands would meet in the middle (the middle being Atlanta), at the McWhopper pop-up shop, to prepare and serve burgers, while hoping to institutionalize peace [day].But it seems the big burger with big ambitions' dreams just won't come true.
McDonalds issued this lame response to BK's mouthwatering proposal:
It's a shame too, because I would have set aside that whole being a vegetarian for a day in honor of Peace and eaten the shit out of that burger.
The only question mark that really remained was... what fries do they serve?
The design, the messaging, the concept and the strategy was marketed perfectly... all in a very public space, to gain awareness whether McDonald's took the bait or not.
Whether or not the mega-chains will actually join forces on September 21st remains uncertain, but it does seem clear that McDonalds has made a [very public] misstep here and disappointed a lot of burger fans with their lack of enthusiasm about teaming up in honor Peace. However, it does sound like they may be willing to play along if they can Have It Their Way. Lucky for them, I've heard Burger King is pretty good at that.
And this is why BK reigns king while McDonalds is simply a clown.
**Established by the United Nations in 1981
***Top Bun > All Beef Patty > Cheese > Lettuce > Special Sauce > Middle Bun > Tomato > Onion > Ketchup > Pickles > Flame Grilled Burger > Bottom Bun,