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In 1984, after the popularity of Wendy's Old Fashioned Hamburgers skyrocketed thanks to the runaway success of it's 1983 TV commercial, which featured actress Claire Pellar asking the question "Where's the beef?", some men started sporting T-shirts that answered that question with the remark "Here's the beef!" as a joke.
When I was at a donkey basketball game I saw a man wearing a purple T-shirt that said in big letters the phrase Here's the beef! on it.
by Ghost Rhyder May 12, 2007
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In 1984, after the popularity of Wendy's Old Fashioned Hamburgers skyrocketed thanks to the runaway success of it's 1983 TV commercial, which featured actress Claire Pellar asking the question "Where's the beef?", some men started sporting T-shirts that answered that question with the remark "Here's the beef!" as a joke.
When I was at a donkey basketball game I saw a man wearing a purple T-shirt that said in big letters "Here's the beef!".
by Eighties Man April 21, 2007

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