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The "Ultimate" Double Whopper?

Unfortunately Australians don't get the Burger King Quad Stacker.... most don't even know what an Ocho is. The best they've had so far is the Hungry Jacks "Ultimate Double Whopper" (with bacon). As Alex points out, it doesn't quite stack up to what's posted in their marketing material. Then again, does it ever look like what's advertised?

Via Email from Alex

The story starts when I walked past the local HJ's (Burger King) and noticed this sign. "Sounds OK" I thought to myself as I wandered in and ordered a large meal (with onion rings instead of fries). When I got it it was certainly heavy enough, with the paper only just managing to stretch over the burger (I'd ordered extra bacon and cheese.) Disapointingly, I finished the burger in 4 minutes and 2 seconds of leisurely eating, with the rest of the meal being taken care of in about 6 and a half. I don't know what they were on about, but this was disappointing. I was hoping that with the tag "can you handle it", and almost a day's worth of calories, it would involve a challenge of some sort. Shame on you Hungry Jacks.


The Hungry Jacks Ultimate Double Whopper

Not quite like in the brochure

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The "Ultimate" Double Whopper?
Authored by: Anonymous on Thursday, May 29 2008 @ 04:41 am UTC
Alot of Australians know about the octo. It's as simple as ordering a double whopper with no tomato or lettuce and adding the 6 extra patties and 6 cheese.