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What better way to eat up some sizzling Twitter roasts from the ever amazing, brutally witty, sinfully sardonic 'Wendy' than with a collection of the finer, more inspired fan art. I'll say it again man, whoever is running that Twitter handle --- if it's not a damn team by now --- needs a hearty raise and/or bonus. 

High quality fan art inspired by fast food chain Wendy's with tons of their best twitter insults.
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In large thanks to the hysteria surrounding Rick and Morty, some insane fan just laid down a winning, $14.7K bid via Ebay on the Mulan Szechuan Dipping Sauce inspired from the show. Ahem. Did you not see this video that shows you how to create a much cheaper version, bro?

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We dealt out a finely assembled platter of well-roasted Twitter victims recently (here), and the majority of you seemed to enjoy the impressive display of savagery let loose to run wild over helpless tweets. So. We're back at it again with another solid collection. Seriously, whoever is running this account needs a raise for the good of society. 

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The dudes over at BroBible up and kicked the hornet's nest with a seemingly innocent enough McDonald's algebra problem. Never underestimate the mathematical prowess of a hangry commenter. 

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Like the temptation of touching a hot iron, diners at McDonald's have long been tempted to stretch the limits of customization at the golden arches. Sure, there's the old ordering nine McNuggets with only seven nuggets, but that's kids stuff. 

Twitter user @coLMerchant took things to the next level, ordering nothing but a single slice of cheese the hard way. He placed an order at one of those fancy computer ready kiosk McDonald's, you know the one stealing everyone's jobs, and put in an burger sure to fry the computer's circuits: "NO ONION, NO KETCHUP, NO MUSTARD, NO PICKLES, NO BUN, NO MEAT." That's one way to get a veggie burger at McDonald's. 

He got what he wanted, and that single slice of cheese only cost him 99 cents. That's only 99 pennies. Talk about a value. 

This man is a hero. Enjoy your cheese slice, sir. You've earned it. 

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