We (falsely) assumed that the Windows 7 Whopper
would be the last food item ever associated with an operating system, and now we're quite literally eating our words. As the story goes, a Hot Fried 77 restaurant has opened up over in Taiwan, offering tons of "Windows-themed meals" for NTD $77 (around $3 in Greenbacks), and judging by the cornucopia of images down there in the source, we're guessing this is no prank. We're debating whether laughing or crying is the appropriate emotion here.
: "While you're throwing .bak some fries and a burger, you should enjoy a .dll pickle."
: "This is not what we meant by Windows 7 Server."
: "I'm a PC, and putting down a pint of Beast while installing Windows 7 was my idea."
: "This is the real Windows Genuine Advantage."
: "We like to believe that Microsoft started with the restaurant and then reverse engineered an OS."
: "Obviously, there's no word for Seagrams in their language."
: "You haven't heard? Alcohol consumption by end-user is now listed in Minimum System Requirements."
: "When reading 'serve it to us on a plate' in a literal sense goes horribly right."
: "Everything I come up with is just wrong."
: "Can you tell me where the XP Cafe is?"
"Would you like that in 32-bit or 64-bit?"