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Haha, that's funny. Thanks for nice infom!

 

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It is very much dependent on the laws in the respective country it is advertised at. In Australia, the more popular name of Burger King cannot be used as there is no proof that it is indeed the king of burgers and therefore, here, it is called Hungry Jacks, but in other countries, it still maintains the name of Burger King.

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It is very much dependent on the laws in the respective country it is advertised at. In Australia, the more popular name of Burger King cannot be used as there is no proof that it is indeed the king of burgers and therefore, here, it is called Hungry Jacks, but in other countries, it still maintains the name of Burger King.

 

Many many products profess to be the best at something but the consumers are left to weed out what really is truth and what is myth or mere extrapolation of facts.


Oh, you Austrians.  You've reduced our one last vestige of royalty to a hungry jack.  Oh, the humanity!

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Oh, you Austrians.  You've reduced our one last vestige of royalty to a hungry jack.  Oh, the humanity!


Australians by the way, but I'm from Asia. I'm just studying in Australia. Heh.

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