Wendy’s Kicks Off 2017 By Winning a Twitter Feud

January 3, 2017, 9:06 PM UTC
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A Twitter war against Wendy's caused one user to deactivate their account.
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2017 is already looking to be a good year—especially for Wendy’s—who recently won an incredible Twitter feud.

The kerfuffle started when the chain tweeted about its commitment to using fresh beef in its patties last week.

However, a Twitter user with the handle @NHRide fired back questioning Wendy‘s claims about never freezing its beef:

Although the banter started off polite at first, with Wendy’s calmly stating that it’s “only ever used fresh beef since we were founded in 1989,” the exchange quickly heated up when the user revealed a lacking knowledge about food storing processes. Here’s the full exchange:

The Twitter user promptly deleted his account. Lesson learned: Don’t mess with Wendy’s on social media.

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