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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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If a viewer has the Google Home assistant or an Android phone with voice search enabled within listening range of the TV, that last phrase -- "Hello Google, what is the Whopper burger?
A real demonstration of support, apart from working to make the corporate environment as equitable and progressive as its rainbow wrapping, could also have included making the Proud Whopper available at every one of Burger King's locations across the United States--not just in a city with one of the largest Pride celebrations in the world.
Life is not so sweet for confectioner Allan McCandlish who is suing a rival over the right to make Chelsea Whoppers.
Solo unos dias despues de que la agencia de publicidad Crispin Porter + Bogusky, con sede en Miami, Florida, responsable de la campana creativa de la Texican Whopper, diera a conocer su imperdonable afrenta al honor mexicano, en el pueblo tlaxcalteca de Munoz de Domingo Arenas, antes conocido como Zacatepec, la senora Maria Eva Lozada reporto que en su local de hamburguesas, si, hamburguesas tlaxcaltecas, ?
An advertisement for Burger King's Texican Whopper burger, shown in the UK and the rest of Europe, shows a small wrestler dressed in a cape resembling a Mexican flag.
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.
THE SPECS: This might sound like a nice alternative to a Big Mac or a Whopper, but like Lent, the urge to order and actually eat a fish sandwich from a fast-food joint only comes along so often.
FAST-FOOD giant Burger King was criticised today for giving a "misleading impression" of the size of its Double Whopper burger in an advert.
Viewers complained that the Double Whopper they were sold at Burger King was a lot smaller than the one in the ad.
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.
TV preacher Pat Robertson has either become the strongest man in the world, or he's been caught telling another whopper.
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).
The FTC's complaint charged KFC with making false claims that eating KFC fried chicken, specifically two Original Recipe fried chicken breasts, is healthier than eating a Burger King Whopper.