"It's waaaaay better than fast food."
So, um, if I go through Wendy's drive through, am I to expect to sit there for fifteen minutes while they make my food? Hopefully not! If I go inside and sit down do you think someone will come take my order? I don't think so.
Or is their slogan supposed to make me think that their food is nutritionally better than other fast food restaurants?
Here's a dictionary definition of "fast food":
NOUN: Inexpensive food, such as hamburgers and fried chicken, prepared and served quickly.
In what way does Wendy's disqualify themselves as "fast food"?
Maybe they should go back to "Where's the Beef?"