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    I don't get it.

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    Not offensive to me. But unnecessary and gross.

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    Its' pretty stupid but I don't know how it could be considered offensive.

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    Im not offended by it but find it a bit off. Would i still buy their burger -yeah.. Ive got more things to worry about than being offended by an ad. Wouldn't give this a 2nd glance.

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    Not offended but kind of makes me do this , like a 15 yr old boy came up with the idea. I wouldn't buy their burgers because of it because I detest lazy, dumb, obvious, and thoughtless advertising. I love when advert is clever or funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlitterFarts View Post
    Im not offended by it but find it a bit off. Would i still buy their burger -yeah.. Ive got more things to worry about than being offended by an ad. Wouldn't give this a 2nd glance.
    This.

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    I don't think don draper would approve.

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    vile. I'm offended.

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    I might add that I believe this is the same burger place that gave out condoms during one of their advertising letter drops.


 

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