Monday, March 28, 2005

Big Fat, Big Calories...Big Lawsuit?

MSNBC is reporting that Burger King is introducing a new breakfast sandwich that will outdo the famous Whopper in fat and calories.

Burger King’s "Enormous Omelet Sandwich" features a two-egg omelet topped with
two slices of American cheese, three strips of bacon and a sausage patty on a
hoagie-style bun. At 730 calories and 47 grams of fat, it is even heftier than
the company’s famed "Whopper," which weighs in at 700 calories and 42 grams of
fat. (Read article here .)

Ol' BC wonders if there will be an accompanying disclaimer such as:

Lard ass people and those with faulty tickers may wish to consider another selection.

Cereal makers Post, General Mills and Kellogg are already being sued regarding low sugar claims. This and prior suits against McDonalds and others makes one wonder if Burger King is getting in line or if Ol' BC's disclaimer example could become a reality.

Just a thought.


At 2:59 PM, Blogger RightWingRocker said...

Bring Down Big Food! They're no better than Big Tobacco or Big Oil! Big Business is the AntiChrist!

I oughta go out to my local BK and buy up a few of these just to help them defend themselves agains these loonies.


At 9:34 PM, Blogger Ol' BC said...

I hope more people do or at least stop in and pick up a chicken sandwich and a salad.


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