Fast Food

Burger King launches Whopper-flavored toothpaste ahead of April Fool's Day

Enjoy that flame-grilled burger taste even after brushing.

Enjoy that flame-grilled burger taste even after brushing.  (Burger King)

Do you want your mouth to taste like burgers, even after you brush your teeth?

Burger King is making that meaty dream a reality with a Whopper-flavored toothpaste. 

Just in time for April Fool's Day, the fast food chain released a silly 60-second spot, touting the product's taste and superior whitening abilities.

“To keep that Whopper taste in my mouth, I haven’t brushed my teeth for two weeks. It really works but my wife dumped me,” says  a man with sparkly white teeth discussing his desire to keep that Flame Grilled Whopper taste going all day long.

A dentist chimes in, “From day one, the ultra-fresh advanced Whopper technology will help keep your breath Whopper fresh longer than ever, and you’ll notice the results immediately.”

The toothpaste is deemed successful as the wife re-enters the apartment and says, “It smells of Whopper in here — did you brush your teeth?”

Customers are warned that the toothpaste is not to be used before 3 p.m.-- and to consult with a restaurant before using. 

Burger King has not confirmed whether the toothpaste will actually be released but this flame-grilled product gimmick isn't the first time Burger King has played a joke on Whopper fans. 

In February, the company released a “Valentine’s Cup” video featuring a giant red cup with a lid featuring two spots for the straws, perfect for sharing.

In another short video, Burger King France introduced “The Single Fries"--  individually wrapped fries for those who simply can’t eat more than one after chowing down on a Whopper.

Burger King's Whopper toothpaste may not be real but fans who love smelling like fast food all day long should seek out old bottles of KFC's first-ever sunscreen, which leaves a faint chicken smell on those who dare to lather up.