This Guy Enjoys A Wendy’s Parmesan Caesar Chicken Salad At A Mob-Controlled Poker Game

Here’s a random one from Wendy’s. Our salad-munching protagonist is quite happy with his greenery. Unfortunately, he happens to be eating his Wendy’s Parmesan Caesar Chicken Salad at a mob-controlled poker game. The mobsters don’t believe that salads taste good, and they think he’s wearing a wire. Is he a snitch? And then he gets thrown out of the game. The “Definitely Flowers” surveillance van at the end is an amusing touch. Bruno Amato plays the bald mobster, and I’ll add the other cast as I find it. I’m waiting for Italian-American groups to jump on this one for being racist or something.

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Geico: Caesar On A Caesar Salad Is Surprising

Caesar salad was created by restauranteur Caesar Cardini, who was an Italian immigrant. It has nothing to do with Julius Caesar. Still, it’s amusing to see Julius Caesar deliver dramatic platitudes to befuddled diners. And of course, the lady ordered soup, not salad. It’s reminiscent of Geico’s Marco Polo spot, which also puts a historical figure in the modern day. The actor who plays Caesar is fantastic…he’s played by the interestingly named Time Winters.

 

Dixie Says Men Shouldn’t Be Ashamed To Eat Salad

Men shouldn’t be ridiculed if they like fruity drinks, and neither should they if they want to eat salad at a BBQ. I’m a man, and I like salad. Granted, my ideal salad is piled high with fried chicken, bacon, croutons, cheese, and creamy dressing…so I’m not sure that really counts. Dixie has a funny, light-hearted ad, created by Droga5, about ending what it calls “salad shaming.” And the line about eating salads with “no regrets, just vinaigrettes” is fantastic.

 

 

The Wendy’s Redhead Cutie Is Now Slinging Berry Almond Chicken Salads

Morgan Smith Goodwin, everyone’s new favorite fast food spokeswoman, is back in a commercial for Wendy’s Berry Almond Chicken Salad. She is reliably redheaded, cute, and perky. The woman she’s helping is played by Dixie Perkinson. As for the salad, it looks tasty and summery (most Wendy’s products are high-quality), but fast food salads still strike me as a little strange. It’s good to have healthier choices, but in the times I’ve been at fast food places, I’ve rarely seen them ordered. The price points are also high…$6.49 for a salad?

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