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    • Sharon Zimmerman

      Where's the Beef? My favorite commercial of all time. I remember getting a balloon at the Apple Festival with the lady's face on it and "Where's the beef?" above it.

    • Angfucious

      Where's The Beef - I totally loved this commercial. I remember someone telling me that the old lady was deaf, and they had to kick her in the leg to get her to remember her line. Yeah... I was a gullible kid. I was what... 8, if even?

    • Kelly Stern

      Where's the Beef? Wendy's was giving out T-Shirts last year and I got one. Loved the commercial.

    • Kimberly Griffith

      Where's the Beef? ... Remember this? This was one of my all time favorite commercials!

    • Sonya Dean

      Where's the beef?? Where's the beef?? I so remember this Wendy's commercial!

    • Linda Lewis

      bhahaha i so remember this...WHERE'S THE BEEF 1980's Wendy's Commercial

    • Mari Hall

      Where's the Beef? 80s commercial (and pop phrase)..I!

    • Amanda Frenz

      Where's the Beef? OMG, I loved this commercial growing up!!!!

    • Emil Devantie Brockdorff

      Trip Down Memory Lane #RememberThis

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