Burger King has introduced "Real Meals" to celebrate "being yourself and feeling what you want". These unfortunate meals have many faces.
There are five different moods to choose from. You can choose between the options "Pissed Meal", "Blue Meal", "Salty Meal" (bitter), "YAAAS Meal" (upset) and "DGAF Meal" (Don & # 39; t give af * **) choose.
The # FeelYourWay boxes contain a Whopper combination meal, including fries and shakes. You do not get toys, which makes some of them even more unhappy.
They come out in some big cities like Seattle, New York, Los Angeles, Austin and Miami.
Burger King not only tries to beat McDonald's but also does so in collaboration with the organization Mental Health America to raise awareness of Mental Health Month in May.
"While not everyone would think about a combination of fast food and mental health, MHA believes it promotes conversation in all communities to tackle mental illness before the fourth phase," said MHA President and CEO Paul Gionfriddo.
] Stage 4 is when a person with the highest severity of symptoms of a mental illness is involved and is described as having a serious and life-threatening condition. The MHA has a Stage 4 campaign to better address mental health issues before they reach Level 4. The ad exchanges "Have it your way" with "Feel your way". And Burger King is not the only fast food company that causes anxiety and depression to connect with Millennials and Gen Z.
] The announcement tweet even mentions a popular meme – "I'm not sure who had to hear that today, but it's okay not to be happy all the time. All that matters is that you #FeelYourWay.
Some employees wish the franchise would consider this with their own employees and say that the management is stressful and even moved her to tears. At least, there is a sad meal.