Wendy's Twitter Roasting Spree Aimed At Gordon Ramsay

Fast food social media accounts have only got weirder over the last few years and there’s no one nailing it like Wendy’s. The chain proclaimed a #NationalRoastDay on Twitter yesterday that point to some unhinged yet entertaining posts and labels and fans got in on the fun—which includes Gordon Ramsay.

“Time for everybody’s favorite made-up social media holiday. It’s #NationalRoastDay, like right now. Drop a ‘Roast Me’ below and feel the burn,” the official Wendy’s account tweeted out. Soon tons of fans volunteered to be publicly insulted by the account but it was the other food accounts and celebrities that really got owned.

Gordon Ramsay responded to the tweet with a gif of himself to which Wendy’s responded. “Creating a food empire off of insulting people to stay relevant? Real original, Gordon,” the brand wrote. They really didn’t hold back!!

Other stand-out roasts, if you will, added Wendy’s telling the Sun-Maid raisin brand to “stop ruining cookies,” calling Velveeta “not even verified cheese,” and claiming Wheat-Thins are “stale flavored chips.” It was all in good fun, of course, but is yet another reminder to not mess with the people over at Wendy’s that run their social media accounts. They know what they’re doing and aren’t afraid to say how they really feel. A fast-food brand after my own heart! Guess I have to eat some spicy nuggets this weekend in their honor.



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