Well, it seems the summer movie season is on it’s way. Marvel’s big Iron Man franchise is back with Iron Man II. How do you promote something as epic as a new comic book movie? You create a burger named after the new villian and sell it at Burger King! Introducing… the Whiplash Whopper!
Don’t get this confused with the He-Man villian, Whiplash. He never had his own Sandwich. Unfortunately, I know absolutely nothing about the Iron Man universe. All I really know is he’s going to be played by Mickey Rourke in the movie.
Like any other specialty item, you can get it with fries and a drink for a discounted price. I was lucky enough to get a free onion ring inside my fries. With that kinda luck, who needs the lottery?
The burger is like a normal whopper, except they’ve dressed it up a little. They’ve added pepperjack cheese, a spicy sauce, & spicy jalapeÃ±o crumbles. I didn’t look up if they’re actually called crumbles, but thats the name I came up with.
In review, I have to quote Jules Winnfield from Pulp Fiction:
“Mmm-mmmm. That is a tasty burger”
It’s actually really good. If you like your burgers a little spicy, this thing is done up right. It had a little more kick than I thought it would have. But, don’t worry, I can take it. I defeated the Whiplash Whopper. If I only had some IronMan Ice Cream for dessert.
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