An ill-fated trip through the local Wendy’s drive through yesterday resulted in room temperature fries, the wrong size drink and confirmation of my children’s suspicions that not all chicken nuggets are created equal. But hey, check out this awesome little arcade building set that came in their kid’s meal.
There is no disappointment as widespread and meekly accepted as the true appearance of fast food versus advertising glamour shots. As MediocreFilms proves in this hidden camera video, it doesn't have to be that way.
As my proper Monday Snacktaku review got pushed to tomorrow, I figured I'd at least slip in a little public service announcement for the hungry masses. Wendy's has a pretzel bacon cheeseburger. It's the opposite of horrible.
Anyone can open up a package and devour the contents, or order an item off a grease-smeared backlit plastic menu. The true connoisseur knows that the most transcendent snacking experience lies away from those convenient, often slippery beaten paths.
Now that's a question that you'll only hear in a video game trailer. Or at least I hope you only hear it in a video game trailer. I bet Hitman: Absolution's Agent 47 gets that all the time.
From now mid-April, Wendy's is serving up kids meals with five separate toys to celebrate Pac-Man's 30th anniversary. One of them is "Pac-Man Tag." Hey ....