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You see stuff everywhere (even Wendy’s™)

October 30, 2005


This is a…

  1. Fractal algorithm in a supercomputer rendering predicted metal fatigue

  2. Scanning electron microscope image of microbial colony growing around a tiny imperfection in an IV needle
  3. Graphic representation of the spread of a meme among bloggers
  4. Pattern of delamination of the image layer and plexiglass front of a Coca-Cola sign

Answer is “d” – the Coke sign on the front of the cash register at Wendy’s. 

And while we’re on the subject of Wendy’s, they have changed their policy to coddle the weak-minded and lawsuit-happy.  Used to be, when I “Biggie-sized” a menu item, they’d give me a “Great Biggie” fries.  Now they don’t – they just give me a big drink, which in my case means a Diet Coke, and a regular-sized fries (which they call a “biggie”).

I only eat french fries once in a great while, and when I do, I want ‘em hot and plentiful.  What’s up with with suing a restaurant for generous portions of good food?

Categories: Geeky, observations
  1. November 1, 2005 at 08:29 | #1

    Warning: Eating at fast food joints can cause all your children to be born nekkid!

  2. November 1, 2005 at 09:14 | #2

    Hmm… there might be something to that.  As Ray Stevens said, “‘Naked’ means you ain’t got no clothes on.  But ‘nekkid’ means you ain’t got no clothes on, AND you up to somethin!”

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