Wendy’s Trolled Hardee’s So Hard On Twitter They Got Blocked

There are a few magical things on the internet. Cat pictures, Chuck Norris jokes, and Wendy’s Twitter account. If you don’t already know about this majestic internet gold mine, let me enlighten you. Wendy’s is a fantastic fast food restaurant.

Their speciality? Roast.


And that’s not even the end of it.

Watching celebrities have a Twitter feud is just as entertaining as watching TV, arguably more. Wendy’s have a 4 for $4 deal, which is a burger, four chicken nuggets, fries, and a drink, all for $4. Burger King has the same deal, but it’s a 5 for $4, including a cookie.


As you can see, there aren’t a lot of people that can survive Wendy’s onslaught, not even other restaurants. Recently, Hardee’s took them on, and history repeated itself. You guessed it, Hardee’s was annihilated.

It doesn’t stop there

Everyone loves Wendy’s Roasts; it’s probably their best selling item!

It’s not shitposting anymore, James, at this point, it’s Twitter art.

Wendy’s is to Twitter what Denny’s is to Tumblr.


But alas, there’s nothing up to the Wendy’s Twitter caliber.


Wendy’s is hilarious, to the point, and excellent at what they do. Whoever they hired to run the Wendy’s Twitter is not only doing a fantastic job representing the restaurant chain, but they’re also absolutely decimating anyone who tries to square up to them. Their fanbase loves it, with many people echoing my words.

And in case you wanted to know who the fourth man to walk on the moon was

Personally, I would have had to google it. I know that Neil Armstrong was the first, but I definitely didn’t know the fourth, Alan Bean.

What makes this entire scenario even funnier is Hardee’s reaction. They simply couldn’t handle it, and they blocked Wendy’s! That’s the internet equivalent of a white flag.

Keep trolling, Wendy’s, you make us all smile a little brighter.


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