Restaurant offering free burgers to anyone who changes their last name to 'Burger'

You Can Win Burgers For Life by Changing Your Name
You Can Win Burgers For Life by Changing Your Name

By: Amanda Kabbabe/Patrick Jones

Consider one question: how far would you go for an unlimited supply of burgers?

An Australian burger joint is taking that question one step further, and offering free burgers to anyone who legally changes their last name to "Burger."

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It's important to note that the company, Mr. Burger, doesn't just serve up a regular patty. Their Instagram page is full of deliciously cheesy and creative burgers with all sorts of ingredients.

Needless to say, they put your dollar menu double cheeseburger to shame.

While this offer may sound too good to be true, Mr. Burger's marketing manager is confirmed it is "100 percent legit."

Now, you may be wondering what exactly constitutes a lifetime supply of burgers. After all, one man's lifetime supply could be another man's month's supply.

Mr. Burger defines a lifetime supply as seven burgers per week.

The challenge is bound to be accepted by someone. Burger isn't such an uncommon last name, especially in parts of the world where German is spoken.

The odds aren't so bad that a soon-to-be-bride is engaged to a Mr. Burger, and is ready for her wedding certificate to come with a side of a lifetime supply of lunch.

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