What you need to know
- Wendy's recently roasted the Windows Insider Program, Edge, and Bing on Twitter.
- Microsoft's Brandon LeBlanc asked if he will ever find true love.
- Wendy's responded by saying he won't because he works for the Windows Insider Program team.
Yesterday was National Roast Day, which is apparently a thing. Wendy's, the popular fast food restaurant known for its Twitter roasts, took the opportunity to roast anyone it could. The company's Twitter account asked people to ask to be roasted. That tweet has over 18,000 replies, including one from Microsoft's Brandon LeBlanc.
LeBlanc asked Wendy's if he will ever find true love. Wendy's responded with some words spicier than its Spicy Chicken Sandwich.
Ouch. LeBlanc might need a frosty after that one.
While I appreciate the spicy takes, and nuggets, of Wendy's, I disagree with its tweet here. Many people love the Windows Insider Program and its team. How can you not love LeBlanc, a man who has a pinned tweet of a Surface Duo with a wig dressing it up as a tribble?
All of this is in good fun, of course. LeBlanc would not have been asked to be roasted if he wasn't ready for Wendy's to respond.
Wendy's also took the chance to roast Bing. Bing's Twitter account said that it was "searchin' for a searing" and Wendy's delivered.
Microsoft Edge also tried to join in on the fun, but the Wendy's account playfully said it missed the chance to roast them due to the slow browser.
The Edge account clapped back with a joke about Wendy's taking too long to start serving breakfast.
We remind people to ask to be roasted by Wendy's at their own risk. If you come for the queen, you best not miss.