Wendy’s Twitter account is straight fire: Peek at some of their best tweets
Wendy’s makes headlines with their Twitter page on a regular basis – unlike other corporate social media accounts that tend to be glorified advertisement spam bots. From time to time, these blando company accounts deliver a good meme or a post so cringeworthy you show it to your friends. Wendy’s is different.
Wendy’s says it best in their Twitter bio: “We like our tweets the same way we like to make our hamburgers: better than anyone expects from a fast food joint.” Whoever manages the page consistently puts out hilarious Tweets. They aren’t afraid to poke fun at other brands and even their own fans.
Wendy’s always manages to find the perfect amount of humor. Their style might be aggressive, but it’s been working for them as a social media advertising strategy for years. These are some of the best tweets, new & old, that Wendy’s has to offer.
If you're asking a fast food Twitter this relationship might be doomed
— Wendy's (@Wendys) February 14, 2017
To be fair, Wendy’s probably isn’t the best place for relationship advice (and neither is Twitter).
Feel sorry for you
— Wendy's (@Wendys) February 13, 2017
Roasting Burger King
They got two birds with one roast. Wendy’s never misses an opportunity to throw a jab at another fast-food restaurant.
a bunch of people pointing and laughing and maybe asking for pictures https://t.co/hpMRmmLvDu
— Wendy's (@Wendys) April 8, 2021
Just telling it like it is
It’s not insulting if it’s the truth, right? Seriously, don’t get a Wendy’s tattoo.
Creating a food empire off of insulting people to stay relevant? Real original, Gordon. #NationalRoastDay https://t.co/blCUBKYXDI pic.twitter.com/a1wcHSZA5J
— Wendy's (@Wendys) February 11, 2021
Meme-ing like they invented it
On this year’s Roast Day, Wendy’s pulled out a classic meme to take a shot at Gordon Ramsay (and themselves).
Need a set of eyes on those costumes before Halloween? Reply to this tweet with a pic and we’ll let you know what we think.
— Wendy's (@Wendys) October 29, 2020
Wendy’s costume contest?
Fans are just begging to be made fun of at this point. Wendy’s didn’t hold back with their responses.
wake and Baconator
— Wendy's (@Wendys) March 5, 2020
When it’s not even 4/20 . . .
It’s hard to tell if Wendy’s meant this to be a suggestion or some kind of freeform Twitter poem. Either way, we can’t recommend the practice.
— Wendy's (@Wendys) January 3, 2017
McDonald’s isn’t avoiding any potshots . . .
Wendy’s is an equal opportunity roaster. Don’t bring up McDonald’s in their vicinity.
Hey @McDonalds, roast us.
— Wendy's (@Wendys) February 4, 2020
. . . but Wendy’s can take what it serves
This could have been the fight of the century. Honestly, it’s probably a good thing other brands just aren’t as fiery on Twitter as Wendy’s is.
No but literally there’s a Wendy’s on a boat pic.twitter.com/4G2r3t7Lxi
— Wendy's (@Wendys) September 28, 2019
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Corporate Twitter is generally best avoided, but Wendy’s puts out great content from time to time. Start digging through their page, and you’ll find there’s lots more where these came from.