Its a breaded chicken ... with tomato and lettuce ... served on a kaiser roll.
Somewhere around 1997, numerous corporations spontaneously decided that America didnt have enough chattering interactive mechanical devices. Coca-Cola installed talking vending machines, Mobil installed talking gas pumps, and Wendys installed what I like to call the Gabbering Obelisk of Eternal Agony. The machine was placed next to the drive-thru lane before the ordering station, and the speaker was at drivers-head level. It looped a simple description of some orgasmically delicious Wendys sandwich, and since youre usually waiting for the n people in front of you to apparently process their Wendys Home Loans, you were temporarily trapped in a world where breaded chicken is endlessly described, but never delivered. I dont see them anymore, Im sure various drivers accidentally took em all out. Spoken during unacceptable waiting periods.
– Jeff Stendec (April 7, 1997)