Burger King has been coming up with some hilarious campaigns over the past few years, ("Whopper Virgin," "Subservient Chicken", "The King") and this is no exception. Enter the "Whopper Sacrifice," a Facebook app that will give you a coupon for a free hamburger if you delete 10 people from your friends list.
In an era where our social-networking obsessions continue to define social interaction how wonderful that Burger King is poking fun at the whole digital mess.. "Now is the time to put your fair-weather Web friendships to the test," the Whopper Sacrifice site explains. "Install Whopper Sacrifice on your Facebook profile, and we'll reward you with a free flame-broiled Whopper when you sacrifice ten of your friends.
The funniest part: The "sacrifices" show up in your activity feed. So it'll say, for example, "Caroline sacrificed Josh Lowensohn for a free Whopper." Unfortunately, you can't delete your whole friends list and eat free (however unhealthily) for a week. The promotion is limited to one coupon per Facebook account.
It's a good thing I accept whomever as a friendon Facebook becuase I've made a New Year's resolution to eat more red meat.