Wendy’s introduces 9-patty T-Rex Burger in Canada

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In the fast food world, Wendy’s has introduced new burger that puts all others to shame.

It’s called the T-Rex Burger and has nine consists of hamburger paddies. Yes, nine.

It started out as a fake advertisement in Sports Illustrated magazine; but when customers actually began requesting, Wendy’s made it a reality in Canada.

It costs $21.99.

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  • mc

    This is sad. Here in America where people are struggling with weight problems and obesity. Then you will have someone wanting to sue the restaurant claiming it caused them health problems. Let’s work towards solutions we already have enough problems.

  • John stone

    “and has nine consists of hamburger paddies.”

    Does ANYONE proof read news articles anymore or do they just let any illiterate “LOL, UR, wat up” spelling idiot vomit an article on to the Internet?

    That said, this is ludicrous. Bad enough Wendy’s had to find a hotter actress to portray their iconic red head instead of the founder’s actual daughter.

    Yet they introduce this obviously ridiculous portioned option to their menu.

    True, freedom of choice does logically include the option to eat yourself into a heart attack, but really? Is this necessary? And I thought the “baconator” was bad!

    Why not rename it the “de-fib” burger?