Look, all we really need in this life is one simple thing: unlimited access to free, delicious burgers for the rest of our earthly days. Is that so much to ask?
One restaurant wants to make our dreams come true.
Mr Burger, a burger chain in Australia, is now offering people the chance to get their hands on free burgers from their fine establishment for life. That’s right. A lifetime supply of burgers.
You’ll just have to do one tiny thing: change your name.
The first ten people to legally change their last name to Burger (yes, you will be Mr or Mrs Burger, as if you’ve finally married your true love. Congratulations) and send over a copy of the name-change confirmation to Mr Burger by July 31 will win a lifetime’s (until you die or change your name back to ‘normal’) supply of burgers.
Now, to be clear, this does not actually mean unlimited burgers. You will only be able to get seven free burgers a week.
You’ll also need to be over the age of 18, and will likely need to be Australia-based, so you can actually pick up your daily burger.
But really, does changing your name and moving to Australia sound like that much of a commitment when it means you’ll finally get a free burger every day of the week?
If you’re interested in making a serious life change and getting some burgers in the process, now’s the time to do it. The marketing manager of Mr Burger told Mashable that they’ve had lots of interest, but no one’s actually changed their name yet.
So run. Buy a plane ticket. Make a commitment. Become Mr or Mrs Burger and be a happy, burger-filled person for the rest of your days. It’s so worth it.
Source: Metro News