LOOK: ‘Android burger’ served at Google cafeteria amid emoji debate

/ 02:35 PM November 06, 2017

Image: Twitter/@bradfitz

Employees at Google were recently surprised when the company cafeteria served them hamburgers that looked like the burger emoji from Android.

On Twitter, the said emoji had ignited an online debate regarding the proper arrangement of ingredients in between the bread buns.


Netizens found it odd that the cheese was placed underneath the patty, when it is commonly placed on top to melt, to provide additional cohesion to the tomato on top.

Image: Twitter/@baekdal

Twitter user Thomas Baekdal previously pointed out the difference between the Apple and Google burger emojis.


Image: Twitter/@baekdal

As for the the “Android burger,” Google employee Brad Fitzpatrick shared a photo of the questionable food item through a tweet.

Image: Twitter/@bradfitz

Another commenter pointed out that the burger lacked sesame seeds, making it a less accurate representation of the emoji.

Image: Twitter/@bradfitz

Company CEO Sundar Pichai tweeted that they would “drop everything we are doing and address [the issue] on Monday if folks can agree on a correct way to do this.”

Image: Twitter/@sundarpichai

It’s unclear whether serving the Android burger at the cafeteria was Pichai’s idea of addressing the issue. On the other hand, employees got to eat slightly unorthodox burgers for lunch, which could make for an interesting story with rounds of beer.  Alfred Bayle /ra


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TOPICS: Android burger, Apple burger, burger emoji, Emoji, Google cafeteria
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