OK, Ignoring the fact that the ingredients list is actually that of a Big Mac™ and not a Whopper™, I must vote against the whopper entirely.
While any burger at Hungry Jack's (as Burger King is known locally) is better than any burger at McDonalds, I have to tell you that the best of the best is by far the 'Double cheese burger, add bacon' -- not to be confused with the 'Double Cheese and Bacon burger' which comes with heaps of rabbit food.
Remember, insist that you want the double cheeseburger and that you want them to add bacon. Don't be fooled by the double cheese AND bacon burger.
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