Burger King proposes McDonald’s to collaborate, creating McWhopper! And McDonald’s says NO!

Burger King proposes McDonald’s to collaborate, creating McWhopper! And McDonald’s says NO!

Burger King makes proposal worth a king! To celebrate the World Peace Day Burger King wants to team up with it’s biggest enemy McDonald’s and create the world ultimate burger named McWhopper! However McDonald’s seems not to be impressed by the offer as the world’s fast food giant turned it down.

Burger King makes proposal worth a king! To celebrate the World Peace Day Burger King wants to team up with it’s biggest enemy McDonald’s and create the world ultimate burger named McWhopper! However McDonald’s seems not to be impressed by the offer as the world’s fast food giant turned it down.

Burger King has already made all the preparations to celebrate World Peace Day in peaceful collaboration with McDonald’s. One of the most powerful fast food names thought up the whole project, including packaging and even uniforms!

Burger King has even designed a special uniform and packaging for the one-day collaboration!

Burger King has even designed a special uniform and packaging for the possible one-day collaboration!

The ‘Peace Burger’ would be made half of the Big Mac and the Whopper. However, even if McDonald’s changes it’s decision, the McWhopper would be available only in Atlanta, Georgia, on September 21.

What is curious McWhopper would be given for free! The only thing customers would have to do to taste that piece of peace is to sign a tray mat declaring a person they will make peace with!

The design of new packaging as well as the entirely new uniform would be made in two colors- McDonald’s red and Burger King’s brown.

But, to the greatest regret, McDonald’s representatives said ‘NO’ to the peace offer.

Dear Burger King,

Inspiration for a good cause… great idea. We love the intention but think our two brands could do something bigger to make a difference.

We commit to raise awareness worldwide, perhaps you’ll join us in a meaningful global effort?

And every day, let’s acknowledge that between us there is simply a friendly business competition and certainly not the unequalled circumstances of the real pain and suffering of war.

We’ll be in touch.

– wrote McDonald’s CEO Steve Easterbrook in a Facebook post.

He also added in the end:

P.S. A simple phone call will do next time.

Let’s hope that this wasn’t the end as the idea has the sense. It can people that world’s peace worth much more than money or rivalry.

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