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Desc:what in the what how did this restaurant exist
Category:Classic TV Clips, Advertisements
Tags:commercial, fast food
Submitted:threerow
Date:02/02/17
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Rangoon
"what in the what how did this restaurant exist"

There's a Burger King. Why not a Burger QUEEN?

Surprised there wasn't a Burger Prince.
dairyqueenlatifah
I always thought a drag-themed Red Robin style burger chain called Burger Queen would be rad.
namtar
"Come on into Burger Queen" just doesn't sound right
chumbucket
Burger Queen chicken, huh?
Meerkat
We had a Dairy King here, they made these ridiculously huge burgers. Then they went out of business but the cooks got together and bought the place and they still make those ridiculously huge burgers.
threerow
i cant tell if you're serious or not

Caminante Nocturno
This jingle sounds like Top of the World by the Carpenters.
nuzzles
I can't stop watching that blonde lady on the left about five seconds in--she kind of nibbles on her chicken drumstick, swishes her hair around Marcia Brady-style, nibbles on it again, then offers YOU her chewed-on drumstick.
threerow
love that half the vids on the front page are about fried chicken right now
Robin Kestrel
This is from that alternate universe where the Travelling Wilburries continued on with Neil Young and Ray Davies after Roy Orbison and Gearge Harrison died.
cognitivedissonance
You're weird.

cognitivedissonance
They were Burger Queen from 1963 to 1981, at which point they changed their name to "Druther's." According to Wikipedia:

"The last operating Druther's (as of September 2016) is in Campbellsville, Kentucky."
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