No comment from McDonalds?
Mmm, penguin nuggets
The chief executive of T-Mobile US has offered a random teen on the internet a year’s supply of chicken nuggets if he switches from AT&T. Carter Wilkerson, 16, of Reno, Nevada, had previously asked American burger joint Wendy's how many retweets he would need for a year's supply of chicken nuggets. "18 million," replied Wendy …
"United Airlines also offered him "a free flight to take you to any Wendy's in the world in a city we serve"."
So that's now 1) $400, 2) $800, 3) We beat the cr*p out of you 4) Free flights for nuggets?
Exactly! Best possible response tweet?
We'll fly you for free to any Wendy's, once every month...and you won't get bloodied for it
"There is nothing wrong with offal. Wendy's nuggets, on the other hand... the best you can say of them is that they don't have 'Mc' in the name."Indeed. I'm particulalrly fond of chicken livers (tajarin con fegatini). As for my Wendy's nuggets, they never had "Mc" in their name, though they did have a very nice nip to them. And she used to offer me a very tasty snatch that I could have between meals without ruining my appetite :-)
to do with his life than sit down tw(ee)atting and eat chicken nuggets.
How about gainful employment you tosser.
And stop offering a year supply of artery hardening gunk you fucking clowns. Offer the little shit a years supply of salad and watch the tweets and, ostensibly, your free advertising stop.
And how it that any different than Kickstarter, or the other crowd funding platforms?
Or venture capital or angel investing or some guy on the street with a cup and a sad story? It's not. They're all 99% the same thing. Sometimes there is a value to return, other times it's just money to burn. It is known.
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