I’m not falling for your ‘Let’s go to a BBQ’ campaign Burger King. I’m on to you.

It’s not like I would ever eat at Burger King (being that I’m a vegetarian who thinks every fast food place smells

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like B.O.), but trying to trick customers that hitting up BK is similar to having a backyard BBQ is just silly.

Puzzle Prints Etsy; bbq invites; outdoor living; outdoor kitchen; nature; nature crafts; backyard ideas; backyard wedding; backyard landscaping; backyard patio; backyard party

If you’re thinking of having an actual cookout with food that doesn’t from 35 animal bi-products, you should make it awesome with these printables from Puzzle Prints. Or you could just go to Burger King and sit in B.O. By the way, I’m sorry if any of my advertising friends actually worked on the Burger King campaign. Sorry for so many reasons.

 

 



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