If you're missing your favourite fast foods right now, trust us, you're not the only one.
Luckily, a number of places like McDonald's and Five Guys have announced that they're re-opening branches for deliveries and takeaway. Which is probably just as well, as we're getting fed up of having to make our own versions of fast food favourites at home. Yeah, they're good, but they're never going to be quite as amazing as the real thing.
If you've been attempting to make your own Burger King Whoppers at home, and just end up making a mess, we've got some news that will surely put a smile on your face.
Burger King is giving away free Whoppers, and it's so simple to get your hands on one. All you have to do is fail miserably. Allow me to explain...
Burger King is encouraging people to share photos of their cooking fails with the hashtag #WishItWasAWhopper. The saddest photos will get a voucher from Burger King, which entitles you to a free Whopper.
Instagram chefs getting you down? Banana breads not rising? Has your home cooking left you wishing for a Whopper? Show us your cooking fails and we’ll send the worst some vouchers as a treat for when this is all over. #WishItWasAWhopper— Burger King (@BurgerKingUK) April 29, 2020
So far, there have been some absolute stinkers being shared online...
I tried making a cake the other day. pic.twitter.com/I4qkq6gOsS— Mark (@MarkLongland) April 29, 2020
I was roasting bread and I forgot about it and walked the dog . I come back to see the toaster on fire and this inside of it😢 pic.twitter.com/VP7NdYtO3U— Adam MITCHELL (@cooladamzack) April 29, 2020
Then there was this sick burn...
Tried to make a homemade Whopper and ended up with this god forsaken mess 😭 pic.twitter.com/UAJl4gLYGH— Gareth Street (@GarethStreet) April 29, 2020
It sure is great to see so many people trying their hand at cooking. Even if they do end up with a piece of black toast and a cake that looks more like a frisbee.
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