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Burger King’s Halloween Whopper will be its first intentionally frightening burger

We’ve seen a lot of scary fast food over the years but now Burger King is reportedly coming out with a new Whopper that’s intentionally frightening. Fast food blog Burger Lad seems to have obtained some leaked pictures of a special Halloween Whopper that will feature pitch-black buns. As you can see in the photo above, this does not look like an appetizing burger — it rather looks as though Burger King has slapped a slab of beef and some vegetables in between to large pieces of charcoal.

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Burger Lad informs us that this new burger will feature a “Whopper Patty, Cheese Slices, pickles, A.1. Steak Sauce, Onion Slices, Tomato Slices, Lettuce and Mayonnaise” to go along with the distinctive black buns. Interestingly, it seems black sandwich buns like this are quite popular in China — earlier this year, we saw that KFC promoted a new chicken sandwich in China that similarly had black buns.

At any rate, we’re sure this burger tastes just like a normal Whopper, although there really is something odd about eating bread that looks like it’s spent four straight hours in a toaster oven.

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