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*Flees the scene*



The fact that this has become so big is kind of amusing, but looking at it I'm all *Old man yells at cloud* for some reason xD


What's the point in fleeing the scene if you've got the evidence all over you? :3
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Wendy's anime when


McDonalds already has an anime commercial in japan, and Ford has been redubbing Sailor Moon bits to advertise trucks. It's plausible.
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salamisama wrote:

Now check this out...from Arby's..



It's a freaking JoJo's reference


im more of an arby's fan myself

and i prefer guys over girls
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dapperskeleton wrote: and Ford has been redubbing Sailor Moon bits to advertise trucks. It's plausible.


Whaaa??? I don't understand this combination.

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dapperskeleton wrote: and Ford has been redubbing Sailor Moon bits to advertise trucks. It's plausible.


Whaaa??? I don't understand this combination.



Nobody does, Crunch, nobody does...
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crunchtacular wrote:


dapperskeleton wrote: and Ford has been redubbing Sailor Moon bits to advertise trucks. It's plausible.


Whaaa??? I don't understand this combination.


They got the 90's-dub voices back together at a fan con, and some marketer took the opportunity--Why ask why?:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oXUIum_o7lI
(And DBZ and Power Rangers too, so it was a 90's-nostalgia thing.)
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IgnorantStains wrote:

Well... their food sucks... and this still doesn't make me want to go there. Square... overpriced... cardboard.


Yep. For all the attention their advertising shenanigans are getting, I wonder what good it does their bottom line.

After all, their main attraction used to be that they had the best food of the drive-through market... but every Wendy's I've gone to in the last five years sucks; they've let their food standards plummet.

So instead they are using gimmick marketing. Minor problem: that means that these days, their primary attraction is internet kek which I can enjoy without ever leaving my living room, much less ordering your food at their restaurant. They're not encouraging me to actually do anything that turns them a profit. I don't need to, or even want to, eat their food; I just want to laugh at the social media posts. I can do that for free, and it turns the company, at best, a marginal profit off of social media advertising revenue. Might be enough to pay the salary of the social media manager, but that won't keep a national restaurant franchise solvent.
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Posted 4/30/17

Ejanss wrote:


crunchtacular wrote:


dapperskeleton wrote: and Ford has been redubbing Sailor Moon bits to advertise trucks. It's plausible.


Whaaa??? I don't understand this combination.


They got the 90's-dub voices back together at a fan con, and some marketer took the opportunity--Why ask why?:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oXUIum_o7lI
(And DBZ and Power Rangers too, so it was a 90's-nostalgia thing.)


AHAHAHA! OMG what, this is the funniest thing I've seen today. Thank you for sharing.
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crunchtacular wrote:


Ejanss wrote:
They got the 90's-dub voices back together at a fan con, and some marketer took the opportunity--Why ask why?:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oXUIum_o7lI
(And DBZ and Power Rangers too, so it was a 90's-nostalgia thing.)


AHAHAHA! OMG what, this is the funniest thing I've seen today. Thank you for sharing.


Although it's hard not to picture "By Gribthor's hammer....what savings."
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Posted 4/30/17 , edited 4/30/17
It's really not that unique or particularly impressive to me. It's all pretty low-key sass--basic bitch tier memery. It's alright but the fact that people are this easily amused just annoys me for some reason, and now I just want to kill Wendy.
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Established economic theory has shown that using direct negative attacks at your competition has an overall negative effect on the market in the long term. By continually pointing out the flaws of your own competition, eventually they will do the same to you. Not only that, but by pointing out that your competition uses products like frozen beef or quick-ripened tomatoes, and creating a negative image of those products, you end up closing off those options as viable supplies, which can drive up costs in the market and consolidate market share in a few larger corporations that are able to absorb higher costs.

In short, no they shouldn't get a raise, and Wendy's needs to get their shit together.
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Whenever someone mentions wendy's i think of Australias Wendy's http://wendysmilkbar.com/
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-Koios- wrote:

Established economic theory has shown that using direct negative attacks at your competition has an overall negative effect on the market in the long term. By continually pointing out the flaws of your own competition, eventually they will do the same to you. Not only that, but by pointing out that your competition uses products like frozen beef or quick-ripened tomatoes, and creating a negative image of those products, you end up closing off those options as viable supplies, which can drive up costs in the market and consolidate market share in a few larger corporations that are able to absorb higher costs.

In short, no they shouldn't get a raise, and Wendy's needs to get their shit together.


Please no i love them for this xD i would eat at their place jut for this.
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A lot of these are hilarious, and sexy...
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-Koios- wrote:

Established economic theory has shown that using direct negative attacks at your competition has an overall negative effect on the market in the long term. By continually pointing out the flaws of your own competition, eventually they will do the same to you. Not only that, but by pointing out that your competition uses products like frozen beef or quick-ripened tomatoes, and creating a negative image of those products, you end up closing off those options as viable supplies, which can drive up costs in the market and consolidate market share in a few larger corporations that are able to absorb higher costs.

In short, no they shouldn't get a raise, and Wendy's needs to get their shit together.


Hmmm..... I think you are using logic to base your reasons for why, over the long term, such tactics will hurt them. Especially the part where you state that they close themselves off from "quick grow tomatoes, and frozen beef."

All they need to do is stop advertising the fact that they don't use such ingredients for about a year, and then about a year later, start using them. Then act like, "Oh! We've always used the best frozen beef, and the highest quality quick ripe tomatoes."

Yeah. I think people are just plain stupid, they can't remember further back than half a year (I'm giving people too much credit, their memories are a lot shorter than that).
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