Where's the beef? Sprayed all over some dude's body
It's not enough to have flame-broiled, burger breath, now you can smell like beef from your neck to your toes. Yes, Burger King has another whopper of a product - beef-scented body spray. "Flame" sells for $3.99 at Ricky's Halloween in New York City, but if you order it online, get ready to pay $11.96 for ground delivery.
We intended to show you a picture of this product, and to let you know if wearing it will attract babes - or dogs - but unfortunately we're guilty of not being able to read the small print on the Web site's order page.
After waiting two weeks for our cologne to arrive in the mail, we started to smell something fishy. After delivering a snippy call to the service center at Ricky's, we were informed the product is on back order and we won't receive it until way past deadline.
So stay tuned.
What we can tell you is that the ad featuring the King in a provocative pose on a bearskin rug in front of a fire spoofs the connection of romance and food. It's creepy and it's viral marketing at its finest.
Our suggestion is to pair the King's sexy ad with the chain's other ad campaign: Whopper Virgins. We think it would be everyone's best interest if the King never procreates.