“Welcome to Arby’s, the home of the Good Burger.”
That’s what this line says, right?
It does now. Arby’s – which I’ve been told by authority figures I trust has the meat – is currently offering a “Good burger 2” Meal. The image above is from the fast food chain’s website. There it is in all its glory.
The meal includes crinkle fries and a strawberry milkshake. As for the (good?) burger itself, Arby’s describes it as “a Wagyu burger with American cheese, shredded lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, onions and burger sauce on a toasted, buttery brioche bun.” Made from a blend of 51% American Wagyu and 49% ground beef.” (The “What’s in the Meal” checklist on the website also mentions bacon, which is not is included in this description and is not visible in the picture of the burger. So if that matters to you, keep that in mind.)
Apparently, Arby’s isn’t just a sentient company obsessed with the ’90s; The Good burger 2 The meal is linked to what is to come Good burger 2 Film that will premiere on the Paramount+ streaming service in a few days. Here’s the trailer for the film, which reunites Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell in their beloved ’90s roles Good burger film and the Nickelodeon TV series All that:
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Arby’s Good burger 2 Burger looks good and sounds good. And certainly the reason for making a connection here is obvious. (Certainly more obvious than with Fantastic Fournot that that stopped Denny’s from making a whole Fantastic Four (Menu that included a “Thing Burger” drizzled with “Thing Sauce.”) Still, I personally find Good Burger to be a charmingly dysfunctional place that I’d rather watch a movie about than eat at my own place. (That doesn’t mean I won’t eat this. Yes, of course I do.)
Good burger 2 Premiering on Paramount+ on November 22nd. Arby’s Good Burger Burger is available now. I hope that just for once there is actually truth in the advertising.
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Source : screencrush.com