The problem might have never been contained.
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It was in a cup for safe keeping, and an employee mistakenly grabbed it.
In Florida, of course.
The chain says it's still "too soon" to know the scope.
"I had to explain to my child what the 'n' word means."
The chain will see how it goes at a handful of stores.
The chain plans to open 1,000 more locations by 2020.
It's only available in Ohio, for now.
"From their point of view, they think they can oven roast a bunch of pork, slather it in sauce, and idiots will come."
A spokesperson says it has "nothing to do with politics."
"They wanted me to go into management, and I said no … because I'd had 60 years of it, and that was enough."
"It looks kinda sad and dry. Can you make one that looks like the picture?"
Wendy's eyes always did seem a little glazed.
Port Authority and the MTA are giving it a Frosty reception, though.
It's on track to become the company's best-selling new product in a decade.
No more perfectly square burger patties.
This just keeps getting worse.