fast food

Burger King

“The King” or the “creepy” King was the Burger King mascot from 2004-2011. While some people loved the silliness of the ad, a lot of people found the updated mascot creepy. Whether you were a fan or found him unsettling, dressing up as The King is a great royal cosplay!

It’s almost impossible to find the actual prop head that the company used but there are masks that give you the same look. Once you have the mask, the rest of the costume is a fairly standard king costume. A red velvet coat trimmed in white fur, a gold tunic over a white high-collared shirt, and red trim at the bottom added with fabric paint. Finish off the look with white compression pants, covers for your shoes to make them into tall back boots, and a heavy gold chain. It’s good to be the King!

Smug Anime Wendy’s

You know when it’s real. Everyone will recognize you as the Wendy’s girl, aka the mascot for the fast food chain of the same name, based on founder Dave Thomas’s daughter. Back in 2017, a meme called Smug Wendy’s, or Wendy-chan was created. After @Wendy’s Twitter feed began publishing snarky responses to customers, users made an an anime-style personification of the mascot to represent the face behind the comedic sarcasm.

Hamburglar (70s) from McDonald's

Hamburglar (70s)

The jibbering stealer of hamburgers and frenemy of McDonald’s spokesclown, Ronald McDonald, this Hamburglar costume is based on his look from the original 1970s commercials, before he was given a cuter, more child-like appearance in later years.

Good Burger Employees

Good Burger Employee

In Good Burger, slacker Dexter (Kenan Thompson) and dim-witted Ed (Kel Mitchell) take summer jobs at the local fast food joint where they greet people with the line “Welcome to Good Burger, home of the Good Burger”. Complete the costume with engraved name tags that say “I’M ED” and “I’M DEXTER”.

Burgerpants

In Undertale, Burgerpants is an employee at the MTT-Brand Burger Emporium, a fast-food restaurant located inside MTT Resort. He is a 19-year-old orange cat-like monster who wears a small hat with the letter M on it, as a part of his job working for the MTT-Brand Burger Emporium. Burgerpants is a highly stressed-out service employee, who hates his job and his employer.

Colonel Sanders

Colonel Harland Sanders is the founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken, and we have much to thank him for that. As the face of KFC, he’s always seen in a white suit and western tie, even on the side of a bucket of chicken.

Gus Fring

In Breaking Bad, the friendly and mild-mannered Gustavo “Gus” Fring (Giancarlo Esposito) expertly manages the Los Pollos Hermanos fried chicken chain. But this is only a front for his large-scale meth operation. You might say that Gus has two faces.

Bob Belcher

Bob Belcher is the owner and chef of Bob’s Burgers, a humble family-run restaurant. Although Bob’s cooking is excellent, the business suffers from all kinds of misfortunes, but it always bounces back with its Grand Re-Re-Openings.