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3,000+ people are signing up online to get life-size burger tattoos

What lengths would you go to if it meant getting free burgers for an entire year? What if it meant permanently altering your body? SEE ALSO: McDonald's opened an entire restaurant that doesn't serve burgers For Cafe51, based in Melbourne, Australia, the idea isn't out of the question. In fact, it's offering customers that opportunity so long as they do just that. If you tattoo a burger on your body, Cafe51 will give you free burgers for life.
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