Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Here's where you can buy an "rger."

18 comments:

Olivier said...

depuis 1997, cette chaine de fast food a disparu de France, dommage j'aimais bien leur "Whopper"

RedPat said...

Nice catch! What is a "sweet tea" that they are advertising in the window? Some kind of iced tea?

bfarr said...

Not sure that I ever had a rger before, but I am glad that they got rid of that creepy king.

For the benefit of RedPat, sugar [lots of it] is added to the tea while hot so that it [the sugar] dissolves properly. Sweet tea is a southern delight.

Randy said...

Too funny, sweet tea does sound good right now.

Memphis MOJO said...

At answer is at the Burger ng.

magiceye said...

beautifully composed and shot

cieldequimper said...

Lol, but not now, thanks!

brattcat said...

would that be the vegan, gluten free version?

Bibi said...

I prefer (Bu)rger King to McDonald's, even with the two letters gone.

Jim Klenke said...

I like my rgers with no chup or matos

Harlequin said...

rrespond to your comment:! Son is wonderfully equipped to winter:))) ... About my talent pomlčím! I am a little different opinion !.... Your comments are so wonderful! People in the neighborhood and family will certainly deliver a lot of positive energy! You are very positively tuned man! .... Once again I wish you a great Christmas day! Have a very nice!

SRQ said...

Wonder how long it will take them to get that fixed? No 'rgr' for me, thank you!

Halcyon said...

I'd rather have the King, if you don't mind! :)

llandudnopictures said...

Shame the G is'nt a P... I imagine that's what most of their customers would do after devouring a Whoppa or 2!

Cezar and Léia said...

My daughter would love visiting there!
I would like some ice cream, looks good in that advertisement! :)
Léia

T. Becque said...

Ha ha! Funny, this weekend I'm on a quest for the best burger to celebrate my birthday (not Burger King though, not a fan) :).

Bergson said...

no steak in the rger (only bread)

EG Wow said...

They have so many signs in their windows I'm sure they couldn't see around them to watch you take this photo.

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson