Skip to comments.Chicken Chain Changes Course
Posted on 09/20/2012 2:22:35 PM PDT by GeronL
(Associated Posers) - Chick-fil-A came to terms with Chicago aldermen and has come away making changes to it's founders stand for traditional marriage. The College Park, Georgia-based company says that it will no longer bar gay chickens from being used to make it's chicken sandwiches.
"All of our tests have determined that gay chickens taste just like chicken" the company said in a press release cheered by homosexual activist groups. "Therefore there is no longer a policy against the use of gay chickens for our delicious meals".
A month ago supporters of the chicken chain clogged roads to break sales records after homosexuals called for boycotts. The chain has tried to keep the new policy quiet to keep it's customer base from launching their own boycott in a backlash.
A message reportedly from the right-wing Tradition Chicken Coalition responds by saying "We are the customer base that keeps them in business and we will have to review our support of CFA".
One lone protester has already showed up outside the home of COO Dan Cathay with a sign that said "No Gay Chickens"
Somewhat embarrassed to admit it, I didn’t even know roosters, or birds in general, had ‘em. They’re on the inside.
Which came first??????.....
wait a sec.... gibblets?? oh crap.
“The male chicken testicles are usually boiled and eaten simple and plain, but you can always ask for spicy stewed or garlic stir-fried.
With a tight skin like a sausage, the interior of the testicles taste soft and tofu-like. Be sure to find some in the famous Snake Alley Market in Taipei.”
I think I just threw up a little in my mouth.
That is just disturbing.
Say No To Gay Chickens!
The HUGE MANATEE!
Chef BRD and his Chicken Gibblets in Gravy
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