Burger King debuts Not-So-Happy Meals

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Burger King is taking a swipe at McDonald’s, and raising awareness of mental health issues, with its new “Not-So-Happy Meals.”

The fast-food chain is advertising “real meals” that do not come with a toy, but do come with an adult-sized Whopper, fries and a drink, in a mood-themed box.

You can order one of the meals based on how you’re feeling, including a “Yaaas Meal,” a “Salty Meal,” a “Blue Meal,” a “Salty Meal,” and a “DGAF (Don’t Give A ****) Meal.”

The slogan on each meal box reminds customers that “No one is happy all the time.”

Burger King created the new meals in collaboration with the nonprofit “Mental Health America” for Mental Health Month.

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