A MEAT UPCYCLER has created an extension for Google Chrome that will turn any image of Donald Trump into a burger, which is something that most people would find more appetising.
In case you missed it, Trump is the president elect. This means that he will appear on the internet a lot, and on the telly and just about everywhere else you might see the president of America.
To get the most out of this experience you will need Google's Chrome browser. You will then have to pick up the Make Trump Burger Again extension and be on the look out for mentions of Trump.
The downside to this, as far as we can see, is that the extension is the work of an Australian burger chain called Mr Burger. This means that, while the pictures of burgers look nice, we are not able to enjoy one for ourselves.
Today we tried to make the Internet great again! https://t.co/eiqb6mBNZg— Mr Burger (@mrburgertruck) November 11, 2016
We also feel a bit grubby after getting caught up in what is effectively a marketing wheeze, but we do keep coming back to those burgers. We would suggest that the chain sends us a few so that we can review them.
However, we learned yesterday that you can't fly a sausage across a car park in Australia, so we don't reckon that burgers will be given safe passage. They would probably be cold anyway.
Maleik Edwards, Mr Burger's marketing manager, informed the BT.com news service that the cash-in was a light bulb moment.
"We came up with the idea this morning over a cup of coffee. Depressed with the news coverage and its negativity over the last few days, we wanted to do something fun, light-hearted and irreverent that would bring some joy to people's day," he said.
"We decided to do this as it makes the internet great again and brings more burgers to everyone's life - which is always a great thing!"
One warning is that the extension might extend the burger service to mentions of trumpets and trump cards.
"We chose a juicy burger photo, as who doesn't love a tasty burger, instead of a bright orange Donald?" said Edwards.
Not us. µ
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