chick-fil-up

2 Dec

At 8 a.m. we got breakfast. … It was a chicken biscuit sandwich, of course. It was the same deal for lunch at 12:30, which was chicken fingers. Dinner was a chicken sandwich served at senior citizen supper time, 5 p.m. There’s a snack later, around 9, which was chicken nuggets. I ate chicken four times in one day—fried chicken, no less. I can only really compare the feeling after that to how I felt after I ate a KFC Double Down.

From an account of the grand opening of the Chick-Fil-A in Merrillville, Indiana.

Being neither a Chick-Fil-A fan nor a consumer of fast-food meat, the entire ordeal—for which your reward is just more fried chicken, a year’s worth—sounds mostly terrifying, especially when you add in a Christian rock band that performed just for the parking-lot camp-out.

The  interview, however, is a fascinating read.

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