In this day and age, the hip trend is for fast food restaurants to take ownership of their shit-quality products by adopting sassy, teen-friendly social media presences. And what do the teens love? [Countless adolescents shout “MEMES” and dab in unison.]
If you find yourself eating at fast food restaurants every day, you’re not doing your body any favors. The recommended caloric intake for the average adult is around 2,000 calories, while the average fast food combo often delivers more than that—in a single meal.
Been eating at Wendy’s? You might want to check your credit card statements: The restaurant chain has admitted that it’s investigating a credit card data breach.
The best thing at Wendy's is the Frosty. Now you can get them for free for the rest of 2012, all while supporting a good cause (I think it's a good cause, at least). But who cares: free Frosty!
Brilliant. That's the only way to describe the epicurial madness that takes place at Fancy Fast Food, which completely deconstructs real, everyday fast food and rebuilds it into something completely different. And delicious. You'll never guess what this was.
We seldom find a use for wearing a Bluetooth headset on our ear when we're not making calls, but this Wendy's employee has found one of the only three valid exceptions. It all started when a potential robber went up and asked the two employees at local Wendy's to open up a safe when one of the employee's phones went…
Not really, I freaking wish, though. Actually they signed a deal that involves all Wendy's restaurants nationwide to pump Sirius tunes throughout their stores. Now you can rock out to commercial-free music from Sirius while downing Jr. Bacon Cheeseburgers