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Google CEO Will 'Drop Everything' To Fix The Cheeseburger Emoji

Google CEO Will 'Drop Everything' To Fix The Cheeseburger Emoji

The internet has a new debate raging over what is a correct cheeseburger emoji. Some defended putting the lettuce under the patty, while others retaliated that, actually, the tomato should go on the bottom.

Mr Pichai responded to the controversy by saying that Google would drop everything to sort out the cheese dilemma on Monday.

Although there may not be a "right" way to assemble a cheeseburger, some Twitter users believe Microsoft's depiction of the emoji was the most accurate. Finding the answer to this question appears to be the first order of business for Google CEO Sundar Pichai.

Even if Pichai was serious in his Tweet, it's going to be hard to come to an agreement as to how the cheeseburger emoji should be arranged.

The difference in both emojis is the placing of the layer of cheese which induced an extensive debate between cheeseburgers lovers. Though I appreciate the effort to keep the bottom bun from sogging out through the clever placement of greenery, doing so can result in grease pooling within the valleys of the lettuce, which is gross.

Google emojis ― which can be found on the company's Android devices (or on Gmail, Google Hangouts or ChromeOS) ― are only getting more and more realistic.

Media analyst Thomas Baekdal brought the Google version to everybody's attention on Twitter this weekend.

Another chimed in with a diagram, going from top-to-bottom: Bun, mayo, onion, lettuce, tomato, cheese, meat, pickles, mustard, ketchup, and finally, more bun.

The Apple hamburger emoji, left, compared to Google's.

Thankfully, at the very highest levels, Google has resolved to fix this outrageous injustice at the earliest convenience.

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