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Burger King had many on Twitter perplexed after the fast food company began liking people's tweets from 2009/2010.

Needless to say, folks were confused. 

why is Burger King liking my 8 year old tweets? pic.twitter.com/q8xL1S23NG

— Casey Neistat (@CaseyNeistat) January 24, 2019

You're about 9 years late. 🤔 @BurgerKing pic.twitter.com/4tSKowYcYw

— 100T Nadeshot (@Nadeshot) January 23, 2019

Why did Burger King just fav this tweet from 2010? pic.twitter.com/IeGB9Dph54

— 18 (@KREAYSHAWN) January 23, 2019

why is Burger King liking tweets from 10 years ago pic.twitter.com/PP1TFQoyIZ

— jusn (@lequanca) January 23, 2019

Um....why is @BurgerKing liking my tweets from 2010....lmao. pic.twitter.com/Q6otAPvVEP

— David Amaya (@AmayaNYC) January 23, 2019

@BurgerKing wyd bk? liking people's tweets from 2009, 2010. like ok, joe.

— Hot Take Monger (@SanaSaeed) January 23, 2019

Wait why is Burger King going through my tweets from 2010 pic.twitter.com/KblSOz5uFL

— Brant Daugherty (@brantdaugherty) January 23, 2019

The reason behind the move? Burger King is bringing back Funnel Cake Fries, which were first introduced by the restaurant in, you guessed it, 2009. They will be available once again beginning on Thursday, Jan. 24. The fries will cost you $1.99 for nine pieces at participating locations. 

some things from 2010 are worth revisiting—like your old tweets. and funnel cake fries. get them now for a limited time.

— Burger King (@BurgerKing) January 24, 2019

Burger King has funnel cake fries. Who is picking me up after work and taking me? pic.twitter.com/t7bfqh3lcx

— Allissa (@AllissaByGrace) January 24, 2019