Does cheese in a burger go at bottom or top? This is No 1 priority for Google CEO Pichai
While Google’s emoji shows cheese placed beneath a patty, Apple’s shows it on top.
Does the cheese in a burger go above or beneath the patty? Finding the answer to this question appears to be the first order of business for Google CEO Sundar Pichai.
The 45-year-old Indian American said on Sunday he will "drop everything else we are doing and address (the matter) on Monday" after an author pointed out on Twitter that Google's emoji places the cheese at the bottom, while Apple shows it on top.
Will drop everything else we are doing and address on Monday:) if folks can agree on the correct way to do this! https://t.co/dXRuZnX1Ag— Sundar Pichai (@sundarpichai) October 29, 2017
While Pichai quipped it was up to people to "agree on the correct way", Twitter users were busy coming up with burger puns instead in the comment thread.
If Sundar says they'll do it, then consider it bun— 👨🏻💻☕️🌞 (@hunterwalk) October 29, 2017
Oof. These burger puns are going to ketchup with you in a bad way.— Paul Reynolds (@MugOfPaul) October 29, 2017
People, PLEASE lettuce quit while we're ahead— Alex Bowles (@alexqgb) October 29, 2017
A few of those replying to Pichai's tweet did have suggestions, too.
There is only one way: the cheese must melt directly on top of the patty.— Susan J. Fowler 🎃 (@susanthesquark) October 29, 2017
It's modeled on the bottom of a Big Mac. MacDonald's trademark 🍔 layout. pic.twitter.com/h6JAjxJNAx— Jeri McNeill 🏀💛💙 (@bajshagirl) October 29, 2017
@Facebook knows how. But team, we need to talk to @davidmarcus about being so stingy with the sesame. pic.twitter.com/Zu0VKVkV7u— Kaspar Klippgen (@KasparKlippgen) October 29, 2017
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