People Are Completely Losing It Over Burger King's New 'Whopperito'
If you've been keeping up with the latest in fast food news, you've probably seen Burger King's latest frankenfood creation. If not, let me fill you in.
It turns out that Burger King just put an insane south-of-the-border spin on its signature sandwich. That's right. Burger King just did the unthinkable and transformed your beloved Whopper into a burger-burrito hybrid, fittingly named the Whopperrito.
Apparently, this bad boy is just a spicier version of its OG inspiration. It features the Whooper essentials, like flame-grilled beef, cheese, tomatoes, lettuce, onions, pickles, mayo and ketchup, all swaddled up in a soft tortilla wrap.
As you can imagine, people are obviously losing their shit over Burger King's Whopperrito, and this frankenfood news has elicited a lot of different feelings from the internet.
Yep, it appears people are pretty divided over this bougie burger burrito. So far, we've seen responses like, "Go home Burger King, you're drunk," while others have even called this meaty monstrosity "a sign of the apocalypse" to individuals who actually seem to be fans of the new hybrid food.
Take a look at the pictures below to see what people are saying about Burger King's interesting new delicacy:
Burger King just blurred the lines between burgers and burritos...
Whopper+Burrito = New Whopperrito from Burger King #fastfood #burgerking #whopperrito https://t.co/SGAzqMPZnI — Grub Grade (@GrubGrade) June 4, 2016
...by creating an insane new hybrid food concoction.
Whopperrito?! Burger King's testing out a Whopper-and-burrito mashup — Saw BoYz Dembow (@juniorfresh02) June 7, 2016
Feast your eyes on the Whopperrito.
ICYMI here's a first look at Burger King's New Whopperrito... part burrito, part Whopper https://t.co/CUYmBn8yHd pic.twitter.com/ClxGJgfb6D — Grub Grade (@GrubGrade) June 6, 2016
This baby spices up all the ingredients you'd expect to find in a Whopper, like flame-grilled beef, cheese, tomatoes, lettuce, onions, pickles, mayo and ketchup, but it ditches the bun for a soft tortilla wrap.
Burger King is introducing a #Whopperrito. Cause buns were too complicated. #FrankensteinFood https://t.co/W3xmiHqG0P — Nikki Blakk (@NikkiBlakk) June 5, 2016
The Whopperrito seems to be giving people a lot of strong feelings...
What fresh new hell is this. https://t.co/9E9QOJGPbM — Michael McKelvin (@DisneyDaddy1984) June 5, 2016
...and now the internet is basically being divided by Burger King's bougie new snack.
Please don't judge me, but I want to try this one out.@BurgerKing please sell the #Whopperrito everywhere! https://t.co/Z04IxOCjR5 — Thomas (@Thomas_IL_) June 7, 2016
Yep, a lot of people are attacking this monstrous food mashup...
If you are the target market for the Whopperrito, we're so, so sorry. #LSSC — The Late Show (@colbertlateshow) June 7, 2016
...and saying it's pretty gross.
DON'T EVER BUY THE WHOPPERRITO IT IS SO NASTY PLEASE I'M BEGGING YOU — Kyosai Betrayus (@XAHICU) June 2, 2016
Other Whopperrito haters have taken a more humorous approach...
#whopperrito I think #DonaldTrump is no longer a BK fan pic.twitter.com/T1rmauSMog — Luis Rodriguez (@Livan898) June 7, 2016
Comparing it to everything from a new form of laxatives...
I see a new, quicker laxative has been invented #Whopperrito https://t.co/2G0Rm6XoAS pic.twitter.com/gQL0IW1kuE — Scott Wise (@brewhouse) June 7, 2016
...to grandpa's drunken swear word.
Whopperrito sounds like a slur my grand father would randomly use while drunk at Christmas https://t.co/l2t2gtvLJi — 大肉ばか (@Nerd_Shark69) June 7, 2016
And one bad Spanish translation suggests you're eating a dog rather than a burger-burrito.
@NBCNews Whopperrito?'Perrito' means 'doggie' in Spanish.Are they serving dog meat now? — Juana Bimba (@sirimba) June 7, 2016