This Wendy’s Frosty is even more delicious than the one we posted about yesterday. Dear Wendy’s managers, at least mark through the word “more” if you’re going to list the total price. (Thanks to Chris!)

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  1. OmicroN says:

    What’s to say that these aren’t shams to try to get publicity on consumerist.com? I mean, this is becoming a VERY popular website for pro-consumer action.

    As a matter of fact, I heard a customer dispute at a local Best Buy (hey, go figure, right?) just a week ago where the customer resigned herself by saying, “Hey, I’ll just write to consumerist.com and let them give Best Buy some negative publicity.” The manager with whom she was wrangling immediately relented, saying that he would help her out and try to come to some amicable agreement regarding the woman’s dispute.

    Wendy’s could definitely use some publicity. Whether it’s negative or not, at least it’s getting Wendy’s in everyone’s mind, right?

  2. Juliekins says:

    Ugh, fuck Wendy’s. Their heart attack sandwich ads that make eating meat sound like some kind of superior moral choice are disgusting. Hey, I eat meat, but I am aware of its impact on the environment, not to mention the animals that died so I could have meat on my plate. Don’t act like being a porcine-American who hoarfs down a slab of saturated fat-laden animal flesh on white bread makes you something special.

    Also, if I’m going to waste calories on ice cream, I’ll do it on something better than a (EIGHT DOLLAR?!) Frosty.

    • toddiot says:

      @Juliekins: I hate those ads with the passion of one thousand burning suns.

      Also, I’m not sure if “taking a bite of salad” even makes sense.

    • ELC says:

      @Juliekins: Say what – meat’s effects on the environment? Please! “Hey, I eat meat, but I am aware of its impact on the environment, not to mention the animals that died so I could have meat on my plate. “

      Yeah, that darn meat walking around. If we humans didn’t eat it, there’d be no need and that meat could stop taking the precious resources of the earth!

  3. doctor_cos wants you to remain calm says:

    You are obviously using top-secret government technology to take pictures from ten years in the future when the dollar is so devalued that the McRonalds is ‘seriously thinking’ about taking the double cheeseburger off their ‘Five dollar menu.’

    You are not fooling me, Consumerist.