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whopper

1. n. something that is of relatively great size. It was a whopper of an argument.
2. n. a very big lie. That one’s a whopper. I don’t believe a word of it.
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Bottles of the fragrance were sold at the fast-food chain's stores in Japan for 5,000 yen (about $40), including one Whopper burger.
The Proud Whopper was, in fact, exactly the same as the regular Whopper except that it was wrapped in a rainbow paper; inside the wrapper text read, we ARE ALL THE SAME INSIDE.
Reportedly, the benefits of WHOPPER Wi-Fi include fast and easy set-up, consistent Wi-Fi service for BURGER KING restaurants and more options for BURGER KING guests.
Fast and Easy Set-Up - WHOPPER Wi-Fi, powered by AT&T Ready Zone, has an easy, customizable set-up with full support of AT&T's Wi-Fi network operations.
Life is not so sweet for confectioner Allan McCandlish who is suing a rival over the right to make Chelsea Whoppers.
The home of the Whopper also released a music video designed to go viral which features different daily activities that consumers can now participate in while simultaneously eating the famed burger.
MEXICO is protesting at what it says is a whopper of an insult.
From the depths of fast food hell comes Burger King's Angry Double Whopper - a double burger with jalapenos and salsa.
As I reflect on our trip and the communication barriers, I will remember that ordering a plain cheeseburger does not always get you what you want, and an "angry" whopper might just be something tasty.
Viewers complained that the Double Whopper they were sold at Burger King was a lot smaller than the one in the ad.
FAST-FOOD giant Burger King was criticised today for giving a "misleading impression" of the size of its Double Whopper burger in an advert.
At the Burger King drive-thru window trying to come up with a whopper of an alibi?
WITH total surprise in the Daily Post I read about my favourite bars being threatened by the Burger King fast food chain, for the use of the word Whopper.
Legal experts at Burger King claimed it infringed its trademark and people may believe the vegetarian snack was associated with the fast food chain's Whopper range.
Wendy's Ultimate Chicken Grill (360 calories) and McDonald's Chicken McGrill (400 calories) are gentler on your waistline than Burger King's Chicken Whopper ($70 calories).