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Thursday, 22 October 2009 14:50

Microsoft launches stroke inducing burger

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Whopper with 7 meat patties


In an
attempt to win the hearts and minds of junk food loving geeks, Burger King will offer a limited edition Windows Whopper 7 burger in Japan.

The heart stopping burger boasts 7 meat patties garnished with lettuce, tomatoes and onion rings. It measures 13cm tall and the 7 patties weigh a total of 133g, or just over a quarter of a pound.

Unfortunately there is no DirectX 11 version, as 11 patties would make much more sense.

Feel free to drool, I'm off to lunch.

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