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."