Wendy’s to Millennials: “We get it. You want to pay with your phone. But you have to stop playing with it for two seconds.”

That’s the same chain who recently removed the term “old-fashioned” from its corporate logo.

Here’s a screen shot of the app, which I’m borrowing from the MacRumors website.

Wendy's mobile payment is further proof that this isn't Dave Thomas's little old-fashioned burger joint anymore.

Burger King already said it’s doing the same thing. McDonald’s says it’s trying to figure out exactly how it wants to do it, and so is Chipotle.

Meanwhile, Starbucks just smiles, serves you a beer, and waits for you to fish your phone out of your pocket. “Boop!” the Starbucks register says. Cheers.

UPDATED 3/27/2014 at 10:22 a.m.

Now Nation’s Restaurant News is reporting that Subway is “quietly” testing mobile payments, too. Everybody, please don’t leave your phones at the bar when you take off, even if it’s an iPhone prototype or something. You’re going to need the phone to pay for your fast food on the way home.

Subway is always an alternative to fast food.