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Do you find the concept of 'Black' and 'White' Burgers offensive?

Posted 5 years.


  • Mo Munny - 5 years ago

    Must we find a racial connotation in EVERYTHING, America??? Give it a rest!

  • brock ali - 5 years ago

    To call this meal offensive would be seriously reaching...

  • jeremy - 5 years ago

    This is one of the most foolish articles I have ever read ... We have a black and white cookie in just about every bakery in the states ... Yet to see the article about it being racist ... Now if it were called the N****r and H****y meal that would be racists ... We're digging for some dirt that's not there on this one

  • CJ - 5 years ago

    At NO point did I feel insulted or racially discrimminated against. The burgers were visually stunning and different. We assigned racism to it? This is an embarrassment. Let's get our stupid rabblerousers out of the way, and apologize for interfering with their own happy meal.

    If somebody accused me of being racist against foreigners for eating a Big Mac, I'd seriously hope some intelligent babysitter nearby would get them out of my face before I stopped laughing.

  • barry - 5 years ago

    .......what if another food chain made 'gook burgers' or 'chink fries' all wrapped in 'yellow sauce'?! Ridiculous!!!! Keep that bs in China!!!!

  • Brian - 5 years ago

    Article title is dumb and misleading, how many Black or White people do you think live in China? The concept has nothing to do with race...of course maybe I'm just not so oversensitive since I'm Mulatto (black and white) myself.

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