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September 14, 2020 / Posted by:

The Wendy’s Newspaper Tables of the Olden Days!

There wasn’t a Wendy’s near my house growing up, so I didn’t go to one until later, but I did know that a truly elegant piece of furniture art was one of the crown jewels of every Wendy’s. If you ever want to see a bouquet of grey nose hairs suddenly sprout of my nose, just ask me if I remember Wendy’s newspaper tables, and I’ll suddenly become the old that I am right in front of you as I nod yes.

I’m not sure when exactly Wendy’s showed herself as one of the greatest interior designs of all-time by making her tables look like the bottom of a birdcage, but I do know that those newspaper tables were around in the 1980s. The newspaper was printed onto the table and gave you some old-timey shit to read as you filled your eating hole with authentic Mexican and Italian cuisine from their glorious superbar. In the 1980s, Subway covered their walls with antiqued subway maps so old-timey paper was IT in the 1980s.

Wendy’s also had exquisite beaded curtains in their restaurants to go along with their exquisite newspaper tables (there’s one in the back of this pic):

My guess is that Wendy’s changed the look of their restaurants because it kind of became a problem when uppity rich people waltzed in, sat down at one of the gorgeous newspaper tables, and snapped their fingers while saying, “Garcon! Your finest champagne, please,” after mistaking a Wendy’s for a fine dining establishment of refinement. I know, I say that like it wasn’t one!

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