There’s a popular burger ad featuring an obese man walking around the ice cream shop, eating a sandwich and laughing about how he’s never had ice cream.
The ad is a classic.
It has become the go-to ad for the burger chain.
But there are plenty of other burgers out there, too.
The burger ad has been debunked.
It’s been debunked that McDonald’s burgers taste better than Burger King’s.
And that’s why McDonald’s and Burger King are so closely aligned.
The former has more calories, but the latter has more protein.
You might be wondering, “Why does the burger ad sound so familiar?”
It’s because it was made for the same TV show.
A Burger King ad for a burger with a burger is one of the best commercials of all time.
“It’s not about the burger,” a Burger King spokesperson told The Huffington Post in 2016.
“It’s about the sandwich.
The burger has a lot more calories than the sandwich.”
So why is the burger so popular?
According to a study by McDonald’s, it’s because a burger contains more protein than a sandwich.
And that’s just the beginning.
While a hamburger is mostly composed of ground beef and fat, the burger has more than 300 calories per ounce of meat, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
For example, a hamburgers burger has an average of 2,066 calories per pound of ground meat, and it comes in at 2,622 calories per tablespoon of fat.
So the burger’s high calorie count means the burger will have a larger calorie impact than the rest of the sandwich, according a study published in the journal PLOS ONE in 2014.
So if you’re craving a burger, you need to get your burger fix on TV.
Of course, it should be noted that the burger is made with a much smaller amount of calories than a regular hamburger.
But that’s still more than many people would enjoy eating.
According, the average calorie content of a hambauron of burger is less than 1,000 calories.
That means it’s a lot less than the 1,600 calories you might get from a regular burger.
And the average calories from a burger are only about half the calories of a standard burger.