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Health & FitBurger King debuts unhappy meals because 'no one is happy all the time'

00:40  02 may  2019
00:40  02 may  2019 Source:   today.com

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Today Burger King is going all-in on the connection between mood and food by launching a limited-edition range of “Real Meals ,” to reflect five different moods–none are happy –in boxes of various color. There’ s the Pissed Meal , Blue Meal , Salty Meal , YAAAS Meal , and DGAF Meal . The meals will be

— Burger King (@ BurgerKing ) April 30, 2019. To promote these brooding cheeseburger meals , the King also released a commercial showing various young people performing slam poetry (how hip, how current!) about all the The commercial closes with the message, “ No one is happy all the time .

Burger King debuts unhappy meals because 'no one is happy all the time'© Burger King TODAY, product courtesy of merchant site

Happy Meals have been synonymous with fast food for decades, ever since McDonald's first rolled out its kid-friendly concept in 1979.

But let's face it, it's not easy to be happy all of the time.

Now, Burger King has come up with a new meal box line that honors a full range of human emotions — from totally excited to super sad.

Burger King debuts unhappy meals because 'no one is happy all the time'© Burger King TODAY, product courtesy of merchant site

Burger King's new "Real Meals" launched this week and come in five different varieties, including Blue Meal, Salty Meal, and YAAAS Meal. They will only be available at select Burger King locations in Seattle, Miami, Los Angeles, New York City and Austin, Texas.

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BURGER King has launched its own version of McDonald' s Happy Meals - except they're not very cheerful - and they're only in the US for now. Poking fun at its fast food rival, Burger King ' s moody boxes are being promoted with the slogan: " No one is happy all the time ."

“ No one is ‘ Happy ’ all the time ,” Burger King said in a press release. Dubbed as “Real Meals ,” customers will be able to order Whopper-based meal Burger King , which is notorious for its off-the-wall marketing stunts to drive in customers, said this campaign comes with a deeper message this time .

Burger King debuts unhappy meals because 'no one is happy all the time'© EPA/Burger King TODAY, product courtesy of merchant site

And while the brightly colored boxes might seem like just another fast food jab at Burger King's largest competitor McDonald's, their release is tied to an important cause.

Burger King partnered with the non-profit organization Mental Health America to increase visibility about issues surrounding mental health during May, which is Mental Health Awareness Month.

“A natural extension of encouraging people to 'be their way' is encouraging them to 'feel their way.' With the pervasive nature of social media, there is so much pressure to appear happy and perfect," the chain said in the press release. "With Real Meals, the Burger King brand celebrates being yourself and feeling however you want to feel." A representative for the fast-food chain confirmed to TODAY Food that a donation was made to Mental Health America but would not specify how much or whether a specific issue was targeted.

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Burger King takes a shot at McDonald' s Happy Meals with a dark ad showing bullying, unpaid student loans, and mental health struggles. Other people featured in the video are dealing with being ghosted and being judged as a young mother. The video closes with the words: " No one is happy all the time .

Unhappy Meal Lyrics: Hey kids are you tired of eating fruits and vegetables? / Then tell your parents to take you down to Molly McDolly' s Burger Shack Home of the original unhappy meal If you aren't satisfied with your meal Remember what Molly McDolly says "You'll keep coming back for more".

Customers can order any box they choose but what, exactly, is in a real meal?

Every Real Meal is basically some type of Whopper combo meal (which the guest chooses) and, unlike Happy Meals, these are not being targeted at young kids. Unfortunately, none of the Real Meals come with a toy.

Though Burger King is trying to make a statement that not everyone is happy (at least not all the time), many social media users are pretty happy about the chain's decision to bring attention to an important issue.

Burger King has been making an effort in recent years to tap into real social issues, taking on topics ranging from the pink tax to net neutrality.

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