Fit Fix: Burger King’s “Black Bun” Whopper Is Turning People’s Poop Green

The Burger King A.1. Halloween Whopper

Morning, dudes. Here’s the coolest (and definitely weirdest) stuff from our daily lap around the Internet on October 6, 2015:

A Colorful Exit: Burger King’s A.1. Halloween Whopper—better known as the “black bun burger”—is earning a colorful reputation: Customers have discovered that eating the burger turns their poop a violent shade of bright green, sometimes for as long as three days after eating it. “While the pitch-black bun gives the Halloween WHOPPER sandwich a look that may make some think ‘hmmmmm?’ the burger’s classic A.1. flavors will have tasters saying ‘mmmmm,'” the company said in its announcement of the burger. [New York Daily News]

#AllDayBreakfast: McDonald’s is (finally) starting to serve breakfast around the clock. For the record: We recommend the oatmeal with fruit, no sugar.

Cheerios Recall: General Mills is recalling 1.8 million boxes of Cheerios and Honey Nut Cheerios—not because there’s anything inherently wrong with the cereal, but because they’re labeled “gluten-free” and actually contain wheat. [NBC New York]

Revolution: UFC has released a new hype video, titled “Revolution,” for Ronda Rousey’s upcoming bout with boxing specialist Holly Holm.

Hopefully No One Dies of Cholera: The Oregon Ducks unveiled their Oregon Trail uniforms for their game Saturday against Washington State. “Each uniform is unique and showcases a different area of the Oregon Trail map, ensuring each player’s uniform features a different pattern.” []

Microsoft Device Day: The tech giant proves it’s reinventing itself yet again, this time with a new array of digital wizardry at its Device Day in New York. You can follow the Twitter conversation via #Windows10Devices.

It’s for the Kids: Sculptor Nathan Sawaya built a life-size Batmobile built entirely out of LEGO bricks. [Nerdist]

Queen of Rap, Meet Queen of Arlen: In the most Internetty thing you’re gonna see this morning, here’s a video of Peggy Hill—yes, the woman from King of the Hill—singing Nicki Minaj’s “Hey Mama.”