The Technology Now Exists to Make Burger Selfies

Ever since the first smartphone-produced selfie landed on Instagram, the world has cried out for the technology to do the same thing, only on a hamburger. The world is finally getting its wish.

Looking at your face is one thing, but looking at your face illustrated in mayo is another thing entirely. Hellmann's, who you may remember from being the biggest mayonnaise manufacturer in the world, recently commissioned the production of   3D printer that handles bona-fide burger selfies. It prints the mayo mugs right on the beef patties.

They installed the printer in a food truck that is currently touring England taking selfies of unsuspecting burger fans. Oh, England, you always get all of the cool meat cameras.

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