Burger King’s French Ad Has A Grown Man At School Dressed Like A Little Girl

Buzzman Paris has done some memorable work for Burger King. In their newest spot, a bearded man dons pigtails, and confidently walks down a middle school hallway. He aces a test, “helps out” some of his “classmates” during that exam, and even does a pencil drop before turning in his paper. Why is a grown man risking jail time to do all of this? Well…

It’s a touch depressing to think that the only way to ensure the girl gets a good grade (and that accompanying Burger King trip) is if her dad acts as her stand-in. Though I guess it’s nice to know that dad is smarter than a 5th grader.

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Burger King Explains Net Neutrality With The Whopper

The end of net neutrality made major headlines last month, but it hasn’t really been discussed since. A lot of people don’t even know what net neutrality is. It’s probably because of the crazy current American news cycle, but it’s still an important issue. And now, Burger King of all companies has made a video showing the real-life implications with “Whopper Neutrality.” Want that Whopper quicker? Try paying $26. It’s a fascinating and unlikely ad, created by David Miami.

Burger King Visits Death Row In This Whopper Of An Ad From France

If you’re on death row and ask for a particular item to be in your last meal, it’s a weirdly powerful statement. You’re basically saying “I’m about to leave this world and want the happiness and comfort of this food I like before I go.” I always thought having a particular restaurant featured in a last meal would make for an intriguing advertisement. Of course, due to the seriousness of capital punishment, food brands have strayed away from this topic. But in this new spot from Buzzman Paris, we see a condemned prisoner about to chow down on his last meal: a Whopper and fries. There’s a twist though…it’s completely ridiculous, but nonetheless entertaining.

Burger King In France Introduces The Mystery Burger

Do you like Burger King and surprises? Do you live in France? If so, the Mystery Burger might just be the thing for you. From now until September 25, you can go to a Burger King in France and order a Mystery Burger. It comes in a plain white box that contains one of 10 sandwiches. In this amusing promo created by Buzzman, a couple is getting an ultrasound as if they’re having a baby. Except that it’s a burger, and the obstetrician isn’t sure what kind it is. This is a pretty cool idea…I would just hope mine wouldn’t come with something nasty, like mushrooms.

Burger King’s Return Of The Mac N’ Cheetos

I love the ’90s. ’90s music in particular. Mark Morrison’s “Return of the Mack” was a huge hit in 1997, reaching #2 on the Billboard Hot 100. But it’s a song that I don’t remember, and only know at all from being on “Best of the ’90s” playlists and compilations. Burger King’s celebrates the return of Mac n’ Cheetos in its new commercial that puts The King and Chester Cheetah’s heads on Mark Morrison and another…uhh guy…from the original music video. It’s funny, for sure, though it would be a lot funnier if I remembered the original. But based on the fact that that top YouTube comments are “The greatest commercial I’ve ever seen…” and “Whoever made this needs several promotions and a fat raise”, Burger King’s ad, created by DAVID Miami, is a big hit.

Burger King Advertises The Croissan’wich With A French Accent

I’m not saying it’s a great commercial, but as someone who likes to say croissant (and baguette) with a faux-French accent, it did make me chuckle a bit. Croissants and baguettes are delicious, by the way. Now made with 100% butter…was Burger King using margarine or something in their croissants before? Ryan Radis plays the man, and Natalie Miston (who isn’t actually French if you were wondering) is the woman.

Napoleon Dynamite And Pedro Reunite To Eat Burger King’s Cheesy Tots

It’s been more than 12 years since cult comedy hit Napoleon Dynamite was released. Now Burger King has Jon Heder and Efren Ramirez in their new spot to celebrate the comeback of Cheesy Tots, Burger King’s version of Napoleon’s infamously favorite food. If you were a fan of the movie, you’ll probably enjoy this spot. By the way, Cheesy Tots are delicious. I might just have to pop into Burger King to get some.

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