You’re probably living under a rock if you have no idea about the BTS Meal.
In case you do, it’s a special collaboration between K-pop superstars BTS and McDonald’s. It comes with 10 pieces of McNuggets, medium fries, medium Coke, and two dipping sauces.
The BTS Meal has gained so much attention that netizens have come up with parodies of the special menu on social media. The parodies feature mock-ups of what a collab between a celebrity or trend with a fast-food chain would look like.
It’s unknown when another celebrity and fast-food collab this big will happen anytime soon, but it doesn’t hurt to create your own version of it. Here are some of the best BTS Meal parodies we found on the internet.
A viral Facebook post by Gonzaga Bascuña Des features a “Bucket Papa” Jollibee set meal inspired by dance group Sexbomb girls. It even includes a limited-edition Daisy Siete tumbler.
The re-imagined “Koya Wel” meal is a reference to TV host Willie Revillame and popular game show Wowowin.
Remember the country’s obsession with the Taiwanese group F4 in the 2000s? Jaybe Cabatca joined the fun with the F4 concept meal. It also includes witty names such as “Dao Ming Sauce” and “Hua Chilli.”
Sham Adato created the “Archer Meal” on Facebook. The packaging features French priest St. Jean-Baptiste de La Salle and the Archer symbol of De La Salle University. Animo La Salle!
The University of the Philippines has its own BTS Meal parody as well. Jake Flores’ re-imagined version is relatable to Iskos and Iskas.
Popsters, rejoice! Instagram user @rvinxtian_edits made his own version of his dream collab meal which features Sarah Geronimo and Jollibee.
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The re-imagined “Jolegendary Meal” is a reference to ‘90s star Jolina Magdangal with her iconic butterfly clips and her love for the colors pink and green.
It seems like Twitter user @AlyssaSayno is struggling to choose whether the “Jodi meal” or “McSta maria meal” is the superior fast-food collab with actress Jodi Sta. Maria.
Jodi meal(jollibee) Or McSta maria meal(McDo)??? pic.twitter.com/ixElEYyw1L— ? (@AlyssaSayno) June 21, 2021
Facebook user Kenneth Ryan Febrero didn’t hold back on his criticisms towards the current administration with the “DDS Meal.”
Who believes that “Asia’s Songbird” Regine Velasquez deserves her own fast-food collab? We do.
Folk-pop band Ben&Ben also joined in the fun by reposting a parody meal artwork made by one of their fans.
Twitter user @ruubyjaaneee created her own special menu featuring K-pop girl group BLACKPINK and McDonald’s. The mock-up is a reference to the group’s 2020 EP “The Album.”
BLACKPINK X MCDO MEAL— yen (@ruubyjaaneee) June 22, 2021
unang kagat, how you like that. pic.twitter.com/hZzsdq09na
Pinoy Swiftie @miyangsingle made a tribute to singer-songwriter Taylor Swift and her 2012 studio album “Red” on Twitter.
sa unang kagat, losing him was like blue like ive never known ? pic.twitter.com/EwyrcjV3Sv— ? osamu (@miyangsingle) June 24, 2021
Twitter user @jjoyuuul shared two mock-ups of the IZ*ONE and G-Friend meals that are inspired by the K-pop girl groups. The caption “‘unang kagat, disbanded agad’ meals” was in reference to the group’s disbandment in 2021.
the "unang kagat, disbanded agad" meals: pic.twitter.com/ggKKU5aUhG— 젠 (@jjoyuuul) June 26, 2021
Have you ever dated someone who doesn’t want to put a label on your relationship? We feel you. Layartstudio also sympathizes by posting the “Walang Label Meal” on Facebook.
Found your fave fast-food collab? Tell us what other special menu collabs we’ve missed!