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Friday, 1 February 2013

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The rumor that eating a Whopper will make you run faster is absolutely false.

LONDON - A representative with Britain's Burger Bureau has reported that tests have shown that traces of horse meat have been found in some Burger King burgers.

According to The Ta Ta For Now News Agency equine DNA in the form of M&M size morsels was found in some of the fast food chain's Whopper Burgers.

A spokesperson for the hamburger giant who did not want his name revealed, stated that 13 million burgers have been destroyed throughout England.

Meanwhile the International consumer group known as We're Here For You, which is based in Dublin, Ireland, has dispelled the rumor that eating a Whopper will make you run faster.

Kensington P. Puffinwall with WHFY said that his agency is still in the initial investigating stage process.

He noted he does want to dispel another rumor which is currently in circulation. He commented that it is totally false that an unemployed crumpet salesman from Ipswich found a horse shoe in his cheeseburger.

Puffinwall remarked that the old cliche "I'm so hungry I could eat a horse" has become the #1 cliche in the country.

Meanwhile one of London's top advertising agencies, Bloomin' Thoughts & Stuff has jumped on the ad wagon and has offered up some possible BK advertising slogans.

Some of these include "Let's All Giddy Up Over To Burger King," "BK - Home of The New Triggerburger," and "Hay! Race On Down To Your Neighborhood BK."

SIDENOTE: Needless to say the Burger King Company has severed ties with its meat supplier, The Silver Hooves Meat Supply Company.

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