Just when you thought the big hamburger debate was over, Snapchat was able to pour more liquid on the grill.
This week, Snap unveiled an AR cheeseburger filter, and it has the same diabolical attitude as its famous brother, the dancing hotdog.
Lettuce catch up on the drama. On Saturday, author Thomas Baekdal had emoji enthusiasts everywhere scratching his head when he noticed that neither Apple nor Google seemed to know how to assemble a good cheeseburger.
Twitter users struggled over the weekend and early in the week, with a user noting that Microsoft seemed to be the only one to be right:
It is fair to say that the whole conversation was disproportionate. Even Google's CEO tweeted that it would drop everything to solve the situation if people could land on an order agreed for burger fillings:
Now, Snap wants to get into the conversation with the launch of the dancing AR burger.
But some questions remain. For one, the Snap burger comes with two slabs and is assembled in the following order (from top to bottom): Bun, lettuce, patty burger, tomatoes, cheese, patty burger, bun. What are you talking about? Second, Snap may be dragging everyone around for fun? Not clear.
Snap confirmed to Mashable that the AR Burger goal was launched this week, but did not confirm whether it was already planned to arrive or was part of it. a ketchup effort with the competition. We asked Snap and we will keep you posted when we hear him.