Marking the Unofficial Pastime of Quarantine, McDonald's Made a Burger Jigsaw Puzzle

If you're not out seeing ads, might as well assemble one at home

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With most McDonald’s stores closed throughout Europe due to the coronavirus lockdown, many fast food fans are missing sinking their teeth into Big Macs and Quarter Pounders.

So to give them a distraction, TBWA\Belgium developed a 500-piece McDonald’s burger puzzle–jumping on the newfound popularity of jigsaws, which have fast become the unofficial quarantine pastime, as anyone who has managed to get their hands on one will know.

“Puzzling is the perfect way to kill time and calm you down in this stressful period,” the agency said in a statement announcing the puzzle.

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