"One of these days I'll ask them how they make that hamburger."
Except it's fried, and it has zero beer.
Some people say it has a mysterious "peppery" taste, too.
They want executives and shareholders to know they have issues, too.
The restaurant corporation apologized to Vietnamese Americans who were "hurt and offended."
"You're just insulting Vietnamese Americans by associating Saigon with the communist symbol."
One man's quest to make everything taste like a latte.
A ten-ouncer you can hold in the palm of your hand.
"The Outlook for the Future Is Bright."
The offending store concedes it was probably a "bad idea."
All that dough on the table means less in their pockets.
The company is "rethinking" workplace morale.
The fast-food chain's workers say they felt like they were working on an actual chain gang.
The bun is also black.
The store has since removed the "Service animals welcome" sign.
It would have been funnier if this were an actual corporate-issued video, but we'll take it.