Burger King's Toothpaste Lets You Brush Your Teeth and Eat a Burger at the Same Time

Keep your mouth Whopper fresh.

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Burger King recently released a 60-second ad that introduces a Whopper-flavored toothpaste. In the ad, the fast food chain claims the toothpaste features “active Whopper extracts” that provides the same flavor found in a Whopper while also promoting optimal teeth and gum hygiene. Burger King notes that with the toothpaste, “you won’t have to hesitate between enjoying a Whopper and brushing your teeth ever again.” With April Fools’ Day coming up this could just be an elaborate joke, but the end of the ad notes that the Whopper toothpaste “[will soon be] available in your restaurants and drugstores.”

For more wacky Burger King promotions, check out BK’s adults only meal that was released for Valentine’s Day.

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