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The picture sleeve of a "Where's the Beef" single, recorded by Coyote McCloud and Clara Peller, based on her advertisement catchphrase

"Where's the beef?" is a catchphrase in the United States and Canada. The phrase originated as a slogan for the fast food chain Wendy's. Since then it has become an all-purpose phrase questioning the substance of an idea, event or product.<ref name=Retro>Ralph Keyes , I love it when you talk retro: hoochie coochie, double whammy, drop a dime, and the forgotten origins of American speech (Macmillan, 2009) ISBN 978-0-312-34005-6 pp. 7, 161. Found at Google Books. Accessed November 8, 2010.</ref>


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File:Wheres the beef commercial.jpg
The picture sleeve of a "Where's the Beef" single, recorded by Coyote McCloud and Clara Peller, based on her advertisement catchphrase

"Where's the beef?" is a catchphrase in the United States and Canada. The phrase originated as a slogan for the fast food chain Wendy's. Since then it has become an all-purpose phrase questioning the substance of an idea, event or product.<ref name=Retro>Ralph Keyes , I love it when you talk retro: hoochie coochie, double whammy, drop a dime, and the forgotten origins of American speech (Macmillan, 2009) ISBN 978-0-312-34005-6 pp. 7, 161. Found at Google Books. Accessed November 8, 2010.</ref>


Where's the beef? sections
Intro  History  Credits  Gary Hart and Walter Mondale  References  External links  

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