Burger King's 'OK Google' sad ad. Everything about this is stupid!

I saw this ad last night and thankfully, I don't have a Google Home Device and I (thankfully) had turned off the "Okay Google" on my phone.

Not a fan of that at all. 

What I found funny about this entire situation was, when people's Google Home device were activated folks were already so upset they had changed the Wikipedia page to include some not so nice ingredient's. Check this out.

In response, users edited the Wikipedia page and included unflattering comments, causing Google Home devices to proclaim the burger was made with "100 per cent rat and toenail clippings" when prompted by the video. The page has since been fixed to reflect the correct composition of the Whopper, including its 37 grams of fat and 12 grams of sugar. 

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