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Here's What Happens When You Actually Make A McWhopper

We conducted a McExperiment to see if Burger King's proposed solution to world peace is worth eating.

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Burger King has recently been trying to make amends with his archenemy, Ronald McDonald.

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In an open letter in several U.S. newspapers, Burger King proposed a little experiment.

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For a day, both companies would bring their forces together to create a new hybrid product: the McWhopper.

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Half of the ingredients come from the Big Mac...

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...and the other half from the Whopper.

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The earnings from the hypothetical McWhopper would go directly to support Peace One Day, the organization behind the International Day of Peace on September 21st.

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Unfortunately for world peace, the CEO of McDonald's responded with a definitive "NO."

So our team in BuzzFeed Mexico decided to carry out the experiment ourselves.

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First, we unwrapped the hamburgers.

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Then we picked out the right ingredients from each, according to Burger King's proposal.

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Finally, we put them all together into a Frankenstein burger.

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...and that's what a McWhopper looks like in real life.

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We were expecting this...

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But this is what we got instead:

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So, what does a McWhopper taste like?

Let's just say that anything goes if it has to do with world peace.

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WORLD PEACE!

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