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Burger King Throws Shade at Wendy's With New Spicy Nuggets

Burger King Throws Shade at Wendy's With New Spicy Nuggets

But if your name is Wendy, you’re in luck

It’s a great time to be alive for fast-food chicken fans all across the nation. First McDonald’s reintroduced chicken tenders, then Wendy’s launched their own, and now Burger King is joining the race. Except this time, things are getting spicy.

On October 10, Burger King launched Spicy Chicken Nuggets in the most savage way possible — with a direct hit on Wendy’s.

“Hey Wendy (Yeah, if your name is Wendy we’re talking to you),” the King’s campaign began. “It sounds like you’ve been missing that spice in your life for long enough. So, we’re bringing the spice.”

Fans may have been “missing that spice” because Wendy’s pulled spicy nuggets from their menu a year ago due to low demand.

To celebrate the launch, Burger King is offering a free 10-piece Spicy Nugget meal to every person whose name is Wendy. Wendys can stop by any participating Burger King in Miami, Los Angeles, and New York City after noon on October 13 with a valid ID to redeem their prize. Other customers can get the 10-piece limited-edition fiery snack for $1.49 while supplies last.

Turns out this won’t be the first time Burger King has been a little bit of a copy-cat. Back in 1953, the burger chain came to life after its creator visited a McDonald’s. You can find all this and more in the 10 things you didn’t know about Burger King.


Older People Are Replacing Teenagers as Fast Food Workers All Across America

Most of us can remember our first job - a likely unglamorous part-time gig where we made just enough to save up for a cool new bike, or a shopping splurge at the mall with our friends after school. The first job I ever worked was washing hair at my aunt's hair salon. I was the "shampoo girl" and lit up every time someone dropped a dollar into my little styrofoam tip cup. After that, I worked at the local bakery, waking up for a six a.m. shift on Saturdays, while my friends snoozed away late into the afternoon.

Jobs for teens are good. They can teach someone how to be punctual, how to have a work ethic and give a teen the satisfying feeling of earning your very own paycheck. I'm so grateful that I had a job at 13-years-old: it set me on a path of never taking jobs for granted, no matter how hard or menial they were.

But here's an interesting fact: Bloomberg recently reported that fast food chains and franchises are hiring senior citizens more and more frequently, preferring the older demographic instead of employing teens to manage the fryer or work the cashier. Scroll to find out why.

The trope of a disgruntled teen working at a fast food joint has been around for a long time.

If you were a '90s baby, then you probably watched Good Burger so many times you broke your orange VHS.

Okay, but for real - that movie was the best.

And it made me want to work at a burger place more than anything. Kenan and Kel were teen comedic forces. If you haven't seen this movie, you need to ASAP.

There was also Matt Saracen from 'Friday Night Lights.'

The sweet, quiet football player worked at the Alamo Freeze during high school whilst taking care of his grandmother. Matt Saracen > Tim Riggins, every dang day.

Or how about Laney Boggs?

Lest we forget that she worked at a fast food joint and sported a truly wild falafel hat? As if that silly uniform could mask how beautiful Rachael Leigh Cook is. Uh, yeah right.

Fast food is also such a deep part of our society.

Even if you're a health fanatic, you can't deny the convenience of fast food. When you're running late during your lunch break, sometimes there's nothing better than swinging by Subway for a foot long sub.

There are so many fast food chains that everyone has their own, personal favorite place to eat.

But there are certain fast food joints that are the biggest chains in America. Out of all the franchises that exist here, there a few that stand out from the pack.

Would you believe that Subway is the biggest fast food chain in America?

Datafiniti took data from across the U.S. to find out and rank fast food restaurants with the most locations, nationally.

Subway - somewhat shockingly - beats out McDonald's for the franchise with the most locations.

The sandwich spot makes up 18.5% of all fast food joints in America. Listen, I will always prefer to eat a cold cut trio foot long than pretty much. anything else.

McDonald's and Burger King fill out the 2nd and 3rd spots on the ranking list.

Which absolutely makes sense. You can tell just by driving down the street and seeing at least a few McDonald's and Burger Kings that these franchises dominate the U.S.

Can you guess which fast food joint came in at #4?

It's Taco Bell! Hot tip: there is nothing better than going through the Taco Bell drive-thru late at night after hanging out with your friends. Nothing.

A bunch of familiar franchises make up the rest of the top 20 fast food joints with the most locations.

Among them are faves like Chick-Fil-A, Wendy's, Sonic and Five Guys. Is anybody else getting hungry just thinking about these menus?

Fast food has always been popular, but thanks to social media, fast food accounts have taken on a life of their own.

Fast food twitter accounts are worse than Regina George! The amount of shade they throw is impressive.

Wow, Wendy's came for Burger King like nobody's business.

Wait, are Wendy's and Burger King flirting right now?

Wendy's is the sassiest fast food franchise.

But Burger King always comes through with the shade as well.

Burger King takes no prisoners.

Taco Bell has no time for Old Spice's subtweeting.

Who knew Taco Bell was so hip with pop culture references?

Cannot. Take. The. Shade.

Clearly, there are some sassy millenials in charge of the social media accounts for these companies.

But what about the other jobs at these fast food restaurants? Well, it seems that fast food franchises are leaning toward hiring senior citizens and older folks as opposed to teenagers, Bloomberg reports.


Older People Are Replacing Teenagers as Fast Food Workers All Across America

Most of us can remember our first job - a likely unglamorous part-time gig where we made just enough to save up for a cool new bike, or a shopping splurge at the mall with our friends after school. The first job I ever worked was washing hair at my aunt's hair salon. I was the "shampoo girl" and lit up every time someone dropped a dollar into my little styrofoam tip cup. After that, I worked at the local bakery, waking up for a six a.m. shift on Saturdays, while my friends snoozed away late into the afternoon.

Jobs for teens are good. They can teach someone how to be punctual, how to have a work ethic and give a teen the satisfying feeling of earning your very own paycheck. I'm so grateful that I had a job at 13-years-old: it set me on a path of never taking jobs for granted, no matter how hard or menial they were.

But here's an interesting fact: Bloomberg recently reported that fast food chains and franchises are hiring senior citizens more and more frequently, preferring the older demographic instead of employing teens to manage the fryer or work the cashier. Scroll to find out why.

The trope of a disgruntled teen working at a fast food joint has been around for a long time.

If you were a '90s baby, then you probably watched Good Burger so many times you broke your orange VHS.

Okay, but for real - that movie was the best.

And it made me want to work at a burger place more than anything. Kenan and Kel were teen comedic forces. If you haven't seen this movie, you need to ASAP.

There was also Matt Saracen from 'Friday Night Lights.'

The sweet, quiet football player worked at the Alamo Freeze during high school whilst taking care of his grandmother. Matt Saracen > Tim Riggins, every dang day.

Or how about Laney Boggs?

Lest we forget that she worked at a fast food joint and sported a truly wild falafel hat? As if that silly uniform could mask how beautiful Rachael Leigh Cook is. Uh, yeah right.

Fast food is also such a deep part of our society.

Even if you're a health fanatic, you can't deny the convenience of fast food. When you're running late during your lunch break, sometimes there's nothing better than swinging by Subway for a foot long sub.

There are so many fast food chains that everyone has their own, personal favorite place to eat.

But there are certain fast food joints that are the biggest chains in America. Out of all the franchises that exist here, there a few that stand out from the pack.

Would you believe that Subway is the biggest fast food chain in America?

Datafiniti took data from across the U.S. to find out and rank fast food restaurants with the most locations, nationally.

Subway - somewhat shockingly - beats out McDonald's for the franchise with the most locations.

The sandwich spot makes up 18.5% of all fast food joints in America. Listen, I will always prefer to eat a cold cut trio foot long than pretty much. anything else.

McDonald's and Burger King fill out the 2nd and 3rd spots on the ranking list.

Which absolutely makes sense. You can tell just by driving down the street and seeing at least a few McDonald's and Burger Kings that these franchises dominate the U.S.

Can you guess which fast food joint came in at #4?

It's Taco Bell! Hot tip: there is nothing better than going through the Taco Bell drive-thru late at night after hanging out with your friends. Nothing.

A bunch of familiar franchises make up the rest of the top 20 fast food joints with the most locations.

Among them are faves like Chick-Fil-A, Wendy's, Sonic and Five Guys. Is anybody else getting hungry just thinking about these menus?

Fast food has always been popular, but thanks to social media, fast food accounts have taken on a life of their own.

Fast food twitter accounts are worse than Regina George! The amount of shade they throw is impressive.

Wow, Wendy's came for Burger King like nobody's business.

Wait, are Wendy's and Burger King flirting right now?

Wendy's is the sassiest fast food franchise.

But Burger King always comes through with the shade as well.

Burger King takes no prisoners.

Taco Bell has no time for Old Spice's subtweeting.

Who knew Taco Bell was so hip with pop culture references?

Cannot. Take. The. Shade.

Clearly, there are some sassy millenials in charge of the social media accounts for these companies.

But what about the other jobs at these fast food restaurants? Well, it seems that fast food franchises are leaning toward hiring senior citizens and older folks as opposed to teenagers, Bloomberg reports.


Older People Are Replacing Teenagers as Fast Food Workers All Across America

Most of us can remember our first job - a likely unglamorous part-time gig where we made just enough to save up for a cool new bike, or a shopping splurge at the mall with our friends after school. The first job I ever worked was washing hair at my aunt's hair salon. I was the "shampoo girl" and lit up every time someone dropped a dollar into my little styrofoam tip cup. After that, I worked at the local bakery, waking up for a six a.m. shift on Saturdays, while my friends snoozed away late into the afternoon.

Jobs for teens are good. They can teach someone how to be punctual, how to have a work ethic and give a teen the satisfying feeling of earning your very own paycheck. I'm so grateful that I had a job at 13-years-old: it set me on a path of never taking jobs for granted, no matter how hard or menial they were.

But here's an interesting fact: Bloomberg recently reported that fast food chains and franchises are hiring senior citizens more and more frequently, preferring the older demographic instead of employing teens to manage the fryer or work the cashier. Scroll to find out why.

The trope of a disgruntled teen working at a fast food joint has been around for a long time.

If you were a '90s baby, then you probably watched Good Burger so many times you broke your orange VHS.

Okay, but for real - that movie was the best.

And it made me want to work at a burger place more than anything. Kenan and Kel were teen comedic forces. If you haven't seen this movie, you need to ASAP.

There was also Matt Saracen from 'Friday Night Lights.'

The sweet, quiet football player worked at the Alamo Freeze during high school whilst taking care of his grandmother. Matt Saracen > Tim Riggins, every dang day.

Or how about Laney Boggs?

Lest we forget that she worked at a fast food joint and sported a truly wild falafel hat? As if that silly uniform could mask how beautiful Rachael Leigh Cook is. Uh, yeah right.

Fast food is also such a deep part of our society.

Even if you're a health fanatic, you can't deny the convenience of fast food. When you're running late during your lunch break, sometimes there's nothing better than swinging by Subway for a foot long sub.

There are so many fast food chains that everyone has their own, personal favorite place to eat.

But there are certain fast food joints that are the biggest chains in America. Out of all the franchises that exist here, there a few that stand out from the pack.

Would you believe that Subway is the biggest fast food chain in America?

Datafiniti took data from across the U.S. to find out and rank fast food restaurants with the most locations, nationally.

Subway - somewhat shockingly - beats out McDonald's for the franchise with the most locations.

The sandwich spot makes up 18.5% of all fast food joints in America. Listen, I will always prefer to eat a cold cut trio foot long than pretty much. anything else.

McDonald's and Burger King fill out the 2nd and 3rd spots on the ranking list.

Which absolutely makes sense. You can tell just by driving down the street and seeing at least a few McDonald's and Burger Kings that these franchises dominate the U.S.

Can you guess which fast food joint came in at #4?

It's Taco Bell! Hot tip: there is nothing better than going through the Taco Bell drive-thru late at night after hanging out with your friends. Nothing.

A bunch of familiar franchises make up the rest of the top 20 fast food joints with the most locations.

Among them are faves like Chick-Fil-A, Wendy's, Sonic and Five Guys. Is anybody else getting hungry just thinking about these menus?

Fast food has always been popular, but thanks to social media, fast food accounts have taken on a life of their own.

Fast food twitter accounts are worse than Regina George! The amount of shade they throw is impressive.

Wow, Wendy's came for Burger King like nobody's business.

Wait, are Wendy's and Burger King flirting right now?

Wendy's is the sassiest fast food franchise.

But Burger King always comes through with the shade as well.

Burger King takes no prisoners.

Taco Bell has no time for Old Spice's subtweeting.

Who knew Taco Bell was so hip with pop culture references?

Cannot. Take. The. Shade.

Clearly, there are some sassy millenials in charge of the social media accounts for these companies.

But what about the other jobs at these fast food restaurants? Well, it seems that fast food franchises are leaning toward hiring senior citizens and older folks as opposed to teenagers, Bloomberg reports.


Older People Are Replacing Teenagers as Fast Food Workers All Across America

Most of us can remember our first job - a likely unglamorous part-time gig where we made just enough to save up for a cool new bike, or a shopping splurge at the mall with our friends after school. The first job I ever worked was washing hair at my aunt's hair salon. I was the "shampoo girl" and lit up every time someone dropped a dollar into my little styrofoam tip cup. After that, I worked at the local bakery, waking up for a six a.m. shift on Saturdays, while my friends snoozed away late into the afternoon.

Jobs for teens are good. They can teach someone how to be punctual, how to have a work ethic and give a teen the satisfying feeling of earning your very own paycheck. I'm so grateful that I had a job at 13-years-old: it set me on a path of never taking jobs for granted, no matter how hard or menial they were.

But here's an interesting fact: Bloomberg recently reported that fast food chains and franchises are hiring senior citizens more and more frequently, preferring the older demographic instead of employing teens to manage the fryer or work the cashier. Scroll to find out why.

The trope of a disgruntled teen working at a fast food joint has been around for a long time.

If you were a '90s baby, then you probably watched Good Burger so many times you broke your orange VHS.

Okay, but for real - that movie was the best.

And it made me want to work at a burger place more than anything. Kenan and Kel were teen comedic forces. If you haven't seen this movie, you need to ASAP.

There was also Matt Saracen from 'Friday Night Lights.'

The sweet, quiet football player worked at the Alamo Freeze during high school whilst taking care of his grandmother. Matt Saracen > Tim Riggins, every dang day.

Or how about Laney Boggs?

Lest we forget that she worked at a fast food joint and sported a truly wild falafel hat? As if that silly uniform could mask how beautiful Rachael Leigh Cook is. Uh, yeah right.

Fast food is also such a deep part of our society.

Even if you're a health fanatic, you can't deny the convenience of fast food. When you're running late during your lunch break, sometimes there's nothing better than swinging by Subway for a foot long sub.

There are so many fast food chains that everyone has their own, personal favorite place to eat.

But there are certain fast food joints that are the biggest chains in America. Out of all the franchises that exist here, there a few that stand out from the pack.

Would you believe that Subway is the biggest fast food chain in America?

Datafiniti took data from across the U.S. to find out and rank fast food restaurants with the most locations, nationally.

Subway - somewhat shockingly - beats out McDonald's for the franchise with the most locations.

The sandwich spot makes up 18.5% of all fast food joints in America. Listen, I will always prefer to eat a cold cut trio foot long than pretty much. anything else.

McDonald's and Burger King fill out the 2nd and 3rd spots on the ranking list.

Which absolutely makes sense. You can tell just by driving down the street and seeing at least a few McDonald's and Burger Kings that these franchises dominate the U.S.

Can you guess which fast food joint came in at #4?

It's Taco Bell! Hot tip: there is nothing better than going through the Taco Bell drive-thru late at night after hanging out with your friends. Nothing.

A bunch of familiar franchises make up the rest of the top 20 fast food joints with the most locations.

Among them are faves like Chick-Fil-A, Wendy's, Sonic and Five Guys. Is anybody else getting hungry just thinking about these menus?

Fast food has always been popular, but thanks to social media, fast food accounts have taken on a life of their own.

Fast food twitter accounts are worse than Regina George! The amount of shade they throw is impressive.

Wow, Wendy's came for Burger King like nobody's business.

Wait, are Wendy's and Burger King flirting right now?

Wendy's is the sassiest fast food franchise.

But Burger King always comes through with the shade as well.

Burger King takes no prisoners.

Taco Bell has no time for Old Spice's subtweeting.

Who knew Taco Bell was so hip with pop culture references?

Cannot. Take. The. Shade.

Clearly, there are some sassy millenials in charge of the social media accounts for these companies.

But what about the other jobs at these fast food restaurants? Well, it seems that fast food franchises are leaning toward hiring senior citizens and older folks as opposed to teenagers, Bloomberg reports.


Older People Are Replacing Teenagers as Fast Food Workers All Across America

Most of us can remember our first job - a likely unglamorous part-time gig where we made just enough to save up for a cool new bike, or a shopping splurge at the mall with our friends after school. The first job I ever worked was washing hair at my aunt's hair salon. I was the "shampoo girl" and lit up every time someone dropped a dollar into my little styrofoam tip cup. After that, I worked at the local bakery, waking up for a six a.m. shift on Saturdays, while my friends snoozed away late into the afternoon.

Jobs for teens are good. They can teach someone how to be punctual, how to have a work ethic and give a teen the satisfying feeling of earning your very own paycheck. I'm so grateful that I had a job at 13-years-old: it set me on a path of never taking jobs for granted, no matter how hard or menial they were.

But here's an interesting fact: Bloomberg recently reported that fast food chains and franchises are hiring senior citizens more and more frequently, preferring the older demographic instead of employing teens to manage the fryer or work the cashier. Scroll to find out why.

The trope of a disgruntled teen working at a fast food joint has been around for a long time.

If you were a '90s baby, then you probably watched Good Burger so many times you broke your orange VHS.

Okay, but for real - that movie was the best.

And it made me want to work at a burger place more than anything. Kenan and Kel were teen comedic forces. If you haven't seen this movie, you need to ASAP.

There was also Matt Saracen from 'Friday Night Lights.'

The sweet, quiet football player worked at the Alamo Freeze during high school whilst taking care of his grandmother. Matt Saracen > Tim Riggins, every dang day.

Or how about Laney Boggs?

Lest we forget that she worked at a fast food joint and sported a truly wild falafel hat? As if that silly uniform could mask how beautiful Rachael Leigh Cook is. Uh, yeah right.

Fast food is also such a deep part of our society.

Even if you're a health fanatic, you can't deny the convenience of fast food. When you're running late during your lunch break, sometimes there's nothing better than swinging by Subway for a foot long sub.

There are so many fast food chains that everyone has their own, personal favorite place to eat.

But there are certain fast food joints that are the biggest chains in America. Out of all the franchises that exist here, there a few that stand out from the pack.

Would you believe that Subway is the biggest fast food chain in America?

Datafiniti took data from across the U.S. to find out and rank fast food restaurants with the most locations, nationally.

Subway - somewhat shockingly - beats out McDonald's for the franchise with the most locations.

The sandwich spot makes up 18.5% of all fast food joints in America. Listen, I will always prefer to eat a cold cut trio foot long than pretty much. anything else.

McDonald's and Burger King fill out the 2nd and 3rd spots on the ranking list.

Which absolutely makes sense. You can tell just by driving down the street and seeing at least a few McDonald's and Burger Kings that these franchises dominate the U.S.

Can you guess which fast food joint came in at #4?

It's Taco Bell! Hot tip: there is nothing better than going through the Taco Bell drive-thru late at night after hanging out with your friends. Nothing.

A bunch of familiar franchises make up the rest of the top 20 fast food joints with the most locations.

Among them are faves like Chick-Fil-A, Wendy's, Sonic and Five Guys. Is anybody else getting hungry just thinking about these menus?

Fast food has always been popular, but thanks to social media, fast food accounts have taken on a life of their own.

Fast food twitter accounts are worse than Regina George! The amount of shade they throw is impressive.

Wow, Wendy's came for Burger King like nobody's business.

Wait, are Wendy's and Burger King flirting right now?

Wendy's is the sassiest fast food franchise.

But Burger King always comes through with the shade as well.

Burger King takes no prisoners.

Taco Bell has no time for Old Spice's subtweeting.

Who knew Taco Bell was so hip with pop culture references?

Cannot. Take. The. Shade.

Clearly, there are some sassy millenials in charge of the social media accounts for these companies.

But what about the other jobs at these fast food restaurants? Well, it seems that fast food franchises are leaning toward hiring senior citizens and older folks as opposed to teenagers, Bloomberg reports.


Older People Are Replacing Teenagers as Fast Food Workers All Across America

Most of us can remember our first job - a likely unglamorous part-time gig where we made just enough to save up for a cool new bike, or a shopping splurge at the mall with our friends after school. The first job I ever worked was washing hair at my aunt's hair salon. I was the "shampoo girl" and lit up every time someone dropped a dollar into my little styrofoam tip cup. After that, I worked at the local bakery, waking up for a six a.m. shift on Saturdays, while my friends snoozed away late into the afternoon.

Jobs for teens are good. They can teach someone how to be punctual, how to have a work ethic and give a teen the satisfying feeling of earning your very own paycheck. I'm so grateful that I had a job at 13-years-old: it set me on a path of never taking jobs for granted, no matter how hard or menial they were.

But here's an interesting fact: Bloomberg recently reported that fast food chains and franchises are hiring senior citizens more and more frequently, preferring the older demographic instead of employing teens to manage the fryer or work the cashier. Scroll to find out why.

The trope of a disgruntled teen working at a fast food joint has been around for a long time.

If you were a '90s baby, then you probably watched Good Burger so many times you broke your orange VHS.

Okay, but for real - that movie was the best.

And it made me want to work at a burger place more than anything. Kenan and Kel were teen comedic forces. If you haven't seen this movie, you need to ASAP.

There was also Matt Saracen from 'Friday Night Lights.'

The sweet, quiet football player worked at the Alamo Freeze during high school whilst taking care of his grandmother. Matt Saracen > Tim Riggins, every dang day.

Or how about Laney Boggs?

Lest we forget that she worked at a fast food joint and sported a truly wild falafel hat? As if that silly uniform could mask how beautiful Rachael Leigh Cook is. Uh, yeah right.

Fast food is also such a deep part of our society.

Even if you're a health fanatic, you can't deny the convenience of fast food. When you're running late during your lunch break, sometimes there's nothing better than swinging by Subway for a foot long sub.

There are so many fast food chains that everyone has their own, personal favorite place to eat.

But there are certain fast food joints that are the biggest chains in America. Out of all the franchises that exist here, there a few that stand out from the pack.

Would you believe that Subway is the biggest fast food chain in America?

Datafiniti took data from across the U.S. to find out and rank fast food restaurants with the most locations, nationally.

Subway - somewhat shockingly - beats out McDonald's for the franchise with the most locations.

The sandwich spot makes up 18.5% of all fast food joints in America. Listen, I will always prefer to eat a cold cut trio foot long than pretty much. anything else.

McDonald's and Burger King fill out the 2nd and 3rd spots on the ranking list.

Which absolutely makes sense. You can tell just by driving down the street and seeing at least a few McDonald's and Burger Kings that these franchises dominate the U.S.

Can you guess which fast food joint came in at #4?

It's Taco Bell! Hot tip: there is nothing better than going through the Taco Bell drive-thru late at night after hanging out with your friends. Nothing.

A bunch of familiar franchises make up the rest of the top 20 fast food joints with the most locations.

Among them are faves like Chick-Fil-A, Wendy's, Sonic and Five Guys. Is anybody else getting hungry just thinking about these menus?

Fast food has always been popular, but thanks to social media, fast food accounts have taken on a life of their own.

Fast food twitter accounts are worse than Regina George! The amount of shade they throw is impressive.

Wow, Wendy's came for Burger King like nobody's business.

Wait, are Wendy's and Burger King flirting right now?

Wendy's is the sassiest fast food franchise.

But Burger King always comes through with the shade as well.

Burger King takes no prisoners.

Taco Bell has no time for Old Spice's subtweeting.

Who knew Taco Bell was so hip with pop culture references?

Cannot. Take. The. Shade.

Clearly, there are some sassy millenials in charge of the social media accounts for these companies.

But what about the other jobs at these fast food restaurants? Well, it seems that fast food franchises are leaning toward hiring senior citizens and older folks as opposed to teenagers, Bloomberg reports.


Older People Are Replacing Teenagers as Fast Food Workers All Across America

Most of us can remember our first job - a likely unglamorous part-time gig where we made just enough to save up for a cool new bike, or a shopping splurge at the mall with our friends after school. The first job I ever worked was washing hair at my aunt's hair salon. I was the "shampoo girl" and lit up every time someone dropped a dollar into my little styrofoam tip cup. After that, I worked at the local bakery, waking up for a six a.m. shift on Saturdays, while my friends snoozed away late into the afternoon.

Jobs for teens are good. They can teach someone how to be punctual, how to have a work ethic and give a teen the satisfying feeling of earning your very own paycheck. I'm so grateful that I had a job at 13-years-old: it set me on a path of never taking jobs for granted, no matter how hard or menial they were.

But here's an interesting fact: Bloomberg recently reported that fast food chains and franchises are hiring senior citizens more and more frequently, preferring the older demographic instead of employing teens to manage the fryer or work the cashier. Scroll to find out why.

The trope of a disgruntled teen working at a fast food joint has been around for a long time.

If you were a '90s baby, then you probably watched Good Burger so many times you broke your orange VHS.

Okay, but for real - that movie was the best.

And it made me want to work at a burger place more than anything. Kenan and Kel were teen comedic forces. If you haven't seen this movie, you need to ASAP.

There was also Matt Saracen from 'Friday Night Lights.'

The sweet, quiet football player worked at the Alamo Freeze during high school whilst taking care of his grandmother. Matt Saracen > Tim Riggins, every dang day.

Or how about Laney Boggs?

Lest we forget that she worked at a fast food joint and sported a truly wild falafel hat? As if that silly uniform could mask how beautiful Rachael Leigh Cook is. Uh, yeah right.

Fast food is also such a deep part of our society.

Even if you're a health fanatic, you can't deny the convenience of fast food. When you're running late during your lunch break, sometimes there's nothing better than swinging by Subway for a foot long sub.

There are so many fast food chains that everyone has their own, personal favorite place to eat.

But there are certain fast food joints that are the biggest chains in America. Out of all the franchises that exist here, there a few that stand out from the pack.

Would you believe that Subway is the biggest fast food chain in America?

Datafiniti took data from across the U.S. to find out and rank fast food restaurants with the most locations, nationally.

Subway - somewhat shockingly - beats out McDonald's for the franchise with the most locations.

The sandwich spot makes up 18.5% of all fast food joints in America. Listen, I will always prefer to eat a cold cut trio foot long than pretty much. anything else.

McDonald's and Burger King fill out the 2nd and 3rd spots on the ranking list.

Which absolutely makes sense. You can tell just by driving down the street and seeing at least a few McDonald's and Burger Kings that these franchises dominate the U.S.

Can you guess which fast food joint came in at #4?

It's Taco Bell! Hot tip: there is nothing better than going through the Taco Bell drive-thru late at night after hanging out with your friends. Nothing.

A bunch of familiar franchises make up the rest of the top 20 fast food joints with the most locations.

Among them are faves like Chick-Fil-A, Wendy's, Sonic and Five Guys. Is anybody else getting hungry just thinking about these menus?

Fast food has always been popular, but thanks to social media, fast food accounts have taken on a life of their own.

Fast food twitter accounts are worse than Regina George! The amount of shade they throw is impressive.

Wow, Wendy's came for Burger King like nobody's business.

Wait, are Wendy's and Burger King flirting right now?

Wendy's is the sassiest fast food franchise.

But Burger King always comes through with the shade as well.

Burger King takes no prisoners.

Taco Bell has no time for Old Spice's subtweeting.

Who knew Taco Bell was so hip with pop culture references?

Cannot. Take. The. Shade.

Clearly, there are some sassy millenials in charge of the social media accounts for these companies.

But what about the other jobs at these fast food restaurants? Well, it seems that fast food franchises are leaning toward hiring senior citizens and older folks as opposed to teenagers, Bloomberg reports.


Older People Are Replacing Teenagers as Fast Food Workers All Across America

Most of us can remember our first job - a likely unglamorous part-time gig where we made just enough to save up for a cool new bike, or a shopping splurge at the mall with our friends after school. The first job I ever worked was washing hair at my aunt's hair salon. I was the "shampoo girl" and lit up every time someone dropped a dollar into my little styrofoam tip cup. After that, I worked at the local bakery, waking up for a six a.m. shift on Saturdays, while my friends snoozed away late into the afternoon.

Jobs for teens are good. They can teach someone how to be punctual, how to have a work ethic and give a teen the satisfying feeling of earning your very own paycheck. I'm so grateful that I had a job at 13-years-old: it set me on a path of never taking jobs for granted, no matter how hard or menial they were.

But here's an interesting fact: Bloomberg recently reported that fast food chains and franchises are hiring senior citizens more and more frequently, preferring the older demographic instead of employing teens to manage the fryer or work the cashier. Scroll to find out why.

The trope of a disgruntled teen working at a fast food joint has been around for a long time.

If you were a '90s baby, then you probably watched Good Burger so many times you broke your orange VHS.

Okay, but for real - that movie was the best.

And it made me want to work at a burger place more than anything. Kenan and Kel were teen comedic forces. If you haven't seen this movie, you need to ASAP.

There was also Matt Saracen from 'Friday Night Lights.'

The sweet, quiet football player worked at the Alamo Freeze during high school whilst taking care of his grandmother. Matt Saracen > Tim Riggins, every dang day.

Or how about Laney Boggs?

Lest we forget that she worked at a fast food joint and sported a truly wild falafel hat? As if that silly uniform could mask how beautiful Rachael Leigh Cook is. Uh, yeah right.

Fast food is also such a deep part of our society.

Even if you're a health fanatic, you can't deny the convenience of fast food. When you're running late during your lunch break, sometimes there's nothing better than swinging by Subway for a foot long sub.

There are so many fast food chains that everyone has their own, personal favorite place to eat.

But there are certain fast food joints that are the biggest chains in America. Out of all the franchises that exist here, there a few that stand out from the pack.

Would you believe that Subway is the biggest fast food chain in America?

Datafiniti took data from across the U.S. to find out and rank fast food restaurants with the most locations, nationally.

Subway - somewhat shockingly - beats out McDonald's for the franchise with the most locations.

The sandwich spot makes up 18.5% of all fast food joints in America. Listen, I will always prefer to eat a cold cut trio foot long than pretty much. anything else.

McDonald's and Burger King fill out the 2nd and 3rd spots on the ranking list.

Which absolutely makes sense. You can tell just by driving down the street and seeing at least a few McDonald's and Burger Kings that these franchises dominate the U.S.

Can you guess which fast food joint came in at #4?

It's Taco Bell! Hot tip: there is nothing better than going through the Taco Bell drive-thru late at night after hanging out with your friends. Nothing.

A bunch of familiar franchises make up the rest of the top 20 fast food joints with the most locations.

Among them are faves like Chick-Fil-A, Wendy's, Sonic and Five Guys. Is anybody else getting hungry just thinking about these menus?

Fast food has always been popular, but thanks to social media, fast food accounts have taken on a life of their own.

Fast food twitter accounts are worse than Regina George! The amount of shade they throw is impressive.

Wow, Wendy's came for Burger King like nobody's business.

Wait, are Wendy's and Burger King flirting right now?

Wendy's is the sassiest fast food franchise.

But Burger King always comes through with the shade as well.

Burger King takes no prisoners.

Taco Bell has no time for Old Spice's subtweeting.

Who knew Taco Bell was so hip with pop culture references?

Cannot. Take. The. Shade.

Clearly, there are some sassy millenials in charge of the social media accounts for these companies.

But what about the other jobs at these fast food restaurants? Well, it seems that fast food franchises are leaning toward hiring senior citizens and older folks as opposed to teenagers, Bloomberg reports.


Older People Are Replacing Teenagers as Fast Food Workers All Across America

Most of us can remember our first job - a likely unglamorous part-time gig where we made just enough to save up for a cool new bike, or a shopping splurge at the mall with our friends after school. The first job I ever worked was washing hair at my aunt's hair salon. I was the "shampoo girl" and lit up every time someone dropped a dollar into my little styrofoam tip cup. After that, I worked at the local bakery, waking up for a six a.m. shift on Saturdays, while my friends snoozed away late into the afternoon.

Jobs for teens are good. They can teach someone how to be punctual, how to have a work ethic and give a teen the satisfying feeling of earning your very own paycheck. I'm so grateful that I had a job at 13-years-old: it set me on a path of never taking jobs for granted, no matter how hard or menial they were.

But here's an interesting fact: Bloomberg recently reported that fast food chains and franchises are hiring senior citizens more and more frequently, preferring the older demographic instead of employing teens to manage the fryer or work the cashier. Scroll to find out why.

The trope of a disgruntled teen working at a fast food joint has been around for a long time.

If you were a '90s baby, then you probably watched Good Burger so many times you broke your orange VHS.

Okay, but for real - that movie was the best.

And it made me want to work at a burger place more than anything. Kenan and Kel were teen comedic forces. If you haven't seen this movie, you need to ASAP.

There was also Matt Saracen from 'Friday Night Lights.'

The sweet, quiet football player worked at the Alamo Freeze during high school whilst taking care of his grandmother. Matt Saracen > Tim Riggins, every dang day.

Or how about Laney Boggs?

Lest we forget that she worked at a fast food joint and sported a truly wild falafel hat? As if that silly uniform could mask how beautiful Rachael Leigh Cook is. Uh, yeah right.

Fast food is also such a deep part of our society.

Even if you're a health fanatic, you can't deny the convenience of fast food. When you're running late during your lunch break, sometimes there's nothing better than swinging by Subway for a foot long sub.

There are so many fast food chains that everyone has their own, personal favorite place to eat.

But there are certain fast food joints that are the biggest chains in America. Out of all the franchises that exist here, there a few that stand out from the pack.

Would you believe that Subway is the biggest fast food chain in America?

Datafiniti took data from across the U.S. to find out and rank fast food restaurants with the most locations, nationally.

Subway - somewhat shockingly - beats out McDonald's for the franchise with the most locations.

The sandwich spot makes up 18.5% of all fast food joints in America. Listen, I will always prefer to eat a cold cut trio foot long than pretty much. anything else.

McDonald's and Burger King fill out the 2nd and 3rd spots on the ranking list.

Which absolutely makes sense. You can tell just by driving down the street and seeing at least a few McDonald's and Burger Kings that these franchises dominate the U.S.

Can you guess which fast food joint came in at #4?

It's Taco Bell! Hot tip: there is nothing better than going through the Taco Bell drive-thru late at night after hanging out with your friends. Nothing.

A bunch of familiar franchises make up the rest of the top 20 fast food joints with the most locations.

Among them are faves like Chick-Fil-A, Wendy's, Sonic and Five Guys. Is anybody else getting hungry just thinking about these menus?

Fast food has always been popular, but thanks to social media, fast food accounts have taken on a life of their own.

Fast food twitter accounts are worse than Regina George! The amount of shade they throw is impressive.

Wow, Wendy's came for Burger King like nobody's business.

Wait, are Wendy's and Burger King flirting right now?

Wendy's is the sassiest fast food franchise.

But Burger King always comes through with the shade as well.

Burger King takes no prisoners.

Taco Bell has no time for Old Spice's subtweeting.

Who knew Taco Bell was so hip with pop culture references?

Cannot. Take. The. Shade.

Clearly, there are some sassy millenials in charge of the social media accounts for these companies.

But what about the other jobs at these fast food restaurants? Well, it seems that fast food franchises are leaning toward hiring senior citizens and older folks as opposed to teenagers, Bloomberg reports.


Older People Are Replacing Teenagers as Fast Food Workers All Across America

Most of us can remember our first job - a likely unglamorous part-time gig where we made just enough to save up for a cool new bike, or a shopping splurge at the mall with our friends after school. The first job I ever worked was washing hair at my aunt's hair salon. I was the "shampoo girl" and lit up every time someone dropped a dollar into my little styrofoam tip cup. After that, I worked at the local bakery, waking up for a six a.m. shift on Saturdays, while my friends snoozed away late into the afternoon.

Jobs for teens are good. They can teach someone how to be punctual, how to have a work ethic and give a teen the satisfying feeling of earning your very own paycheck. I'm so grateful that I had a job at 13-years-old: it set me on a path of never taking jobs for granted, no matter how hard or menial they were.

But here's an interesting fact: Bloomberg recently reported that fast food chains and franchises are hiring senior citizens more and more frequently, preferring the older demographic instead of employing teens to manage the fryer or work the cashier. Scroll to find out why.

The trope of a disgruntled teen working at a fast food joint has been around for a long time.

If you were a '90s baby, then you probably watched Good Burger so many times you broke your orange VHS.

Okay, but for real - that movie was the best.

And it made me want to work at a burger place more than anything. Kenan and Kel were teen comedic forces. If you haven't seen this movie, you need to ASAP.

There was also Matt Saracen from 'Friday Night Lights.'

The sweet, quiet football player worked at the Alamo Freeze during high school whilst taking care of his grandmother. Matt Saracen > Tim Riggins, every dang day.

Or how about Laney Boggs?

Lest we forget that she worked at a fast food joint and sported a truly wild falafel hat? As if that silly uniform could mask how beautiful Rachael Leigh Cook is. Uh, yeah right.

Fast food is also such a deep part of our society.

Even if you're a health fanatic, you can't deny the convenience of fast food. When you're running late during your lunch break, sometimes there's nothing better than swinging by Subway for a foot long sub.

There are so many fast food chains that everyone has their own, personal favorite place to eat.

But there are certain fast food joints that are the biggest chains in America. Out of all the franchises that exist here, there a few that stand out from the pack.

Would you believe that Subway is the biggest fast food chain in America?

Datafiniti took data from across the U.S. to find out and rank fast food restaurants with the most locations, nationally.

Subway - somewhat shockingly - beats out McDonald's for the franchise with the most locations.

The sandwich spot makes up 18.5% of all fast food joints in America. Listen, I will always prefer to eat a cold cut trio foot long than pretty much. anything else.

McDonald's and Burger King fill out the 2nd and 3rd spots on the ranking list.

Which absolutely makes sense. You can tell just by driving down the street and seeing at least a few McDonald's and Burger Kings that these franchises dominate the U.S.

Can you guess which fast food joint came in at #4?

It's Taco Bell! Hot tip: there is nothing better than going through the Taco Bell drive-thru late at night after hanging out with your friends. Nothing.

A bunch of familiar franchises make up the rest of the top 20 fast food joints with the most locations.

Among them are faves like Chick-Fil-A, Wendy's, Sonic and Five Guys. Is anybody else getting hungry just thinking about these menus?

Fast food has always been popular, but thanks to social media, fast food accounts have taken on a life of their own.

Fast food twitter accounts are worse than Regina George! The amount of shade they throw is impressive.

Wow, Wendy's came for Burger King like nobody's business.

Wait, are Wendy's and Burger King flirting right now?

Wendy's is the sassiest fast food franchise.

But Burger King always comes through with the shade as well.

Burger King takes no prisoners.

Taco Bell has no time for Old Spice's subtweeting.

Who knew Taco Bell was so hip with pop culture references?

Cannot. Take. The. Shade.

Clearly, there are some sassy millenials in charge of the social media accounts for these companies.

But what about the other jobs at these fast food restaurants? Well, it seems that fast food franchises are leaning toward hiring senior citizens and older folks as opposed to teenagers, Bloomberg reports.


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