Why...and What you ask???
Its a Napoli Panda burger! No. Not panda meat, just two panda faces stamped in the bun. No, I do not know why. What I do know is that our obsession now with playing with our food and pressing the limits of what can be served with what and how....well, we are not the only ones now doing that. Clearly.
Remember Japanese burger chain Lotteria? It previously made headlines for its crazyfive-patty burger. Now it's back with another burger creation -- the Napoli Panda Burger. Don't worry -- there's no actual panda meat.
Instead, this burger features a pile of spaghetti with tomato sauce on the patty. And the bun is stamped with the image of two pandas (mama and baby?). Why, you may ask, does this burger exist? It's not immediately clear. But hey, look, it's a panda! On a burger!
Do the guys around you have beards?? I admit that most of the time I like them. ( Ok, more now since I became addicted to Duck Dynasty!) But I know that even around here....more chins are being lost to beards.
So of course this caught my eye...combining the increasing facial hair around and advertising. Really, it should have been thought of earlier!
Gentlemen, put down that razor! There's money in them there follicles! Cornett-IMS, a Kentucky-based ad agency, came up with the hair-brained scheme called Beardvertising, which involves paying men with hirsute chins $5 a day to wear tiny ads within their facial foliage. And famed root beer maker A&W is already on board. "Everybody loves beards," says Cornett-IMS's Whit Hiler. "We're getting a ton of emails from guys with epic beards that want to host beardboards, and we're actually in talks with some brands that want to be Beardvertisers." As long as they stay away from commercializing back hair, we'll all be fine.
Jewel is coming to Northern Quest Resort and Casino May 31! She called in the is morning to chat!