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Burger King creates hands free Whopper holder

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Tired of the exercise required to lift a burger to your mouth? Have no fear. Burger King has found the solution.

In celebration of its 50th anniversary in Puerto Rico, the burger chain gave away 50 hands free Whopper holders. Yes, they are exactly what they sound like, plastic burger-holding devices that hang from the neck leaving your hands free to perform all sorts of tasks.

A Burger King-produced video announcing the product shows happy Whopper-eaters using their hands to ballroom dance, practice karate, box, trim hedges, give massages and shoot hoops.

To the sound of an electric guitar, the video begins with an introduction in Spanish that reads, “In a world of multitasking, how can you use your hands to do your daily activities and eat a Whopper at the same time?”

This may be an all-time low in the laziness to calorie intake ratio, but it does appear to make burger consumption much more convenient.

While it appears Burger King has removed its official ad for the Whopper holder, here is an unofficial version of the video in all its gluttonous glory. 

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/leisure/2013/05/31/burger-king-creates-hands-free-whopper-holder/?intcmp=HPBucket#ixzz2Usczn9Dz

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