Burger King has a new slogan, and it sounds like nonsense: "Be your way." Be your way. Be… your way. What does this mean? It is not clear.
The last one was less confusing. Have it your way: "It" refers to "Burger King food." To "have it" a certain "way" suggests that it can be altered to align with special preferences. These preferences are yours. Have it your way. Burger King will change its food for you, a little.
Now, Be your way: Hmm. "Be your way" suggests that a person can "be a way." But this, like Burger King's last slogan, sounds peeved: "Have it your [...]
Burger King is doing its part to help accelerate our country's incipient extinction-through-obesity program by bringing brunch-a meal heretofore only available to sophisticated metropolitans like the ladies from "Sex and the City" (this was the actual example provided by CNN)-to its customer base of slovenly, ill-mannered buffoons whose lack of proper dentistry makes the concept of "chicken fries" both palatable and easy on the gums. But how will the company be able to educate a clientele which is surely ignorant of customary brunch refinements such as "napkins" and "salad forks," that there is more to a meal than an overheated patty of gristle and cow anus quickly washed down [...]