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Just hours after launching, Burger King's new smart home ad campaign is already crashing like the goddamn Hindenburg. Today, the company released a weirdly intrusive 15-second spot designed to intentionally trigger viewers' Google Home devices. In theory, the devices would then read back a list of the Whopper's ingredients from Wikipedia. Anonymous online vandals, however, had other ideas.

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We had a pretty good run, folks. Humanity invented some pretty awesome stuff. We figured out how to harness electricity, we split the atom and we're even closer than ever to understanding the origins of the universe. All of that is for nought now, though: Burger King has just called a halt on all scientific achievements from here on out with the invention of the hands-free Whopper holder. Stop the planet. I want to get off.

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Most Twitter hackers go after heads of states or companies to stir up some humiliation. But today's target is Burger King, which has been transformed into a combination of McDonald's and amphetamine addict. Enjoy it while it lasts. Update: Account suspended.

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And here I thought Burger King was the classy fast food establishment! Oh wait that's Wendy's. Anywho, two California Burger King employees were fired for printing "FUCK YOU" on a customer's receipt. Watch local reporters take the matter very seriously.