Are you a man who loves the smell of a greasy Whopper? Are you a woman who just can't get enough of the flame-broiled? Then Burger King has just the thing for you: Flame men's body spray with just a hint of flame-broiled burger
I have seen some ridiculous marketing stunts, but this could be one of the lamest. Many of us who cook for a living try really hard not to smell like seared halibut or grilled rib eye when we crawl into bed at night. I have even been kicked out of an ex-girlfriend's bed for smelling like salmon, of which I had cut approximately 100 pounds at work. After a lengthy shower and hand scrubbing with kosher salt and lemon, I was allowed to sleep. So, for the brain trust at Burger King to make a scent out of a burger makes no sense to me.
If you want to smell like a burger and get to enjoy one of the better ones in town, go sit at the corner barstool right next to the griddle at Matt's; then you will smell legit. Who really wants to smell like they have just wafted through a Burger King and picked up a light aroma of the dinner rush? Is it just a gag gift for the fast-food obsessed? Are there that many people who would admit to loving a Whopper so much that to eat one is not enough? What's next for BK, a scent for ladies: "Fried" with just a hint of that crispy chicken sandwich you crave? If you must, Flame is available and Ricky's.