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TRENDING: Food brands join in the 'dunking’ fun on social media

By Brooke Villanueva Published Mar 19, 2023 4:37 pm

The fast food scene has been filled with so much fun lately, with a lot of brands coming together for some “dunking” fun. 

A popular fast food chain recently launched a cheese dip that burger lovers can dunk their comfort food in to make it even more mouthwatering. While it seemed to be a delicious pairing, various fast food brands drew some laughs as they shared their own menu items that can be “dunked” just the same. 

Here are some hilarious #barDUNKgulan entries from fast-food restaurants that have been making the rounds on social media.

Mary Grace 

Mary Grace’s hit menu items are its cheese roll and ensaymada, but they taste even better when they are dipped in their signature hot chocolate. The restaurant made a hilarious reference to it, saying, “Titas don’t dunk. Titas dip.” 


KFC called themselves “The OG dunk” as they showed a photo of their chicken getting dipped in their much-loved gravy. “Dunking since day 1,” they wrote. 

Burger King 

Burger King took things to another level as it offered a free 4-cheese whopper junior with the code NODUNK4CHEESE to customers who will download their app. They also shared a photo of their burger and said: “Oozing with cheese. No dunking needed.”

Bon Chon 

Bon Chon put the focus on their best-selling chicken that's "brushed not dunked" as they took part in the online #barDUNKgulan. “Brushing is still the slam-dunk way to make your crunchy favorites even more flavorful.”

Army Navy

For its part, Army Navy uploaded a mouthwatering photo of their crowd-favorite birria tacos that are best enjoyed when they are dipped in their braising liquid, which gives them a much bolder flavor. “The only dunk that we should taco ‘bout—it’s #birria good,” they said. 


Samgyupsalamat also joined in the fun with a savage post on their unli cheese. “Cheese dunk? Matagal na kaming may ganiyan, unli pa!” they said, sharing a photo of one of their meat offerings dipped in some gooey cheese.