Google CEO addresses hamburger emoji debate

  • Google CEO addresses hamburger emoji debate

Google CEO addresses hamburger emoji debate

Therefore, the proper way to stack a cheeseburger is as follows (from top to bottom): bun, lettuce, tomato, cheese, patty, bun.

Sundar Pichai took to Twitter to address concerns about one of his company's stock emojis, as people were anxious about the difference between the Apple burger emoji and the Google burger emoji.

After a quick browse around the definitive emoji catalogue, there is not one other design (out of the 13 out there on our devices) that thought the cheese below meat was acceptable.

Pichai's reaction come shortly after Baekdal's tweet reached two million twitter users.

For the sake of balance - and because, clearly, this is a debate of utmost importance - Microsoft's burger emoji goes bun-lettuce-tomato-cheese-meat-bun, just like McDonald's and Five Guys.

Not a single one places the cheese underneath the patty though, so Google's alone in its mistake there.

Amid the cheesy puns (sorrier) and breathless bewilderment, it was the meaty issue (sorry - not sorry) of cheese placement which sparked the most fervent debate.

Eventually, Google's CEO Sundar Pichai stepped in, and declared that would "drop everything else we are doing and address (this)". Customarily, the cheese slice is always kept over the patty.

Sundar Pichai, who served as CEO of Google, responded to a comment from a user regarding incorrect Emoji "cheeseburger".

Apple's emoji, however, isn't quite right either.

So much can not be said for the maniacs at Samsung, who inexplicably order their burger emoji bun-tomato-cheese-lettuce-meat-bun.