Post # 1
LOVE LOVE LOVE this!! I’ve posted the little article below, the video is really cute and funny too 🙂
From the article:
Internet chef Hilah Johnson loves Chick-Fil-A’s fried chicken sandwiches, but she isn’t so keen on the company’s antigay political leanings, or the fact that it’s closed on Sundays. So Johnson took matters into her own hands and came up with the Chick-Fil-Gay, a substitute for those who crave one of the company’s chicken sandwiches but don’t want to patronize the restaurant.
Watch her fry up a sandwich below:
Post # 3
Haven’t watched the video yet, but thanks in advance for sharing it! Love me some Chick-fil-A breakfast biscuits, too… but I don’t love supporting their stupid stance on gay marriage. I’ll be sharing this!!!
Post # 4
Oooh love it. Thanks for sharing!
Post # 5
Ahh my mom just pinned a recipe for chick-fil-a knockoff nuggets! I just can’t imagine I can make something as good as the original. I loooove chick-fil-a. Re: their politics, they could skin puppies alive and I would still eat there (I’m exaggerating, but not a lot).
Post # 6
@redheadem:lol! I couldn’t have said it better myself. I am obsessed with chick-fil-a and all my friends know it and send me this stuff….,but i still LOVE chick-fil-a!!!!!
Post # 7
I, too, disagree with their stance on certain subjects, but I absolutely LOVE CFA. 😉
Post # 8
When I was in college, I lived in a complex that has stores on the first floor, and apartments on the other three floors. I lived on the 2nd floor directly about a Chick-Fil-A. It. was. so. awesome. haha
Post # 9
I’ve never had Chik-fil-a, but I saw several people (celebrities) posting on Twitter about it and had to look it up. Yuck.
Post # 10
Didn’t watch the video, but I read an article this morning about their stance against gay marriage. Although, I’m not surprised since they’re clearly super religious as they close on Sundays. And it’s not that I am bothered that they have a different opinion than I do. Everyone is free to believe what they want. I am bothered that they donate so heavily to anti LGBT groups (2 million in 2009), and I won’t be helping them contribute to that so I’ll have to get my biscuit and gravey fix some where else.
Post # 11
I am bothered that they donate so heavily to anti LGBT groups (2 million in 2009)
Whoooaa. Thank you for the heads up. Bye-bye Chick-Fil-A!
I wasn’t a huge fan to begin with because for whatever bizarre reason, I could never get onions on my sandwich. I don’t know if they have changed that policy because I finally gave up asking for onions. So, it’s no great loss.
I’m disgusted that they would donate that amount of money to anti-gay groups.
Post # 12
I don’t eat meat, so I don’t go there based on that, but I would boycott them if I did! Fiance refuses to go there for those reasons, as well as their treatment of Muslim, and likely other mon-Christian, employees. I didn’t look at the link but that is awesome! Way to take a stand!
Post # 13
Good for her! Whenever I’m confronted with “religiously” sanctioned homophobia, I always ask, Who would Jesus hate???
Post # 14
Chick-fil-a is my favorite place in the entire universe. I should just move in. Chicken minis?…. absolutely! every day if I could!
Post # 15
I don’t believe in companies supporting such hate-filled organizations. Shame on them. I don’t really eat fast food unless I’m traveling and literally can’t find any other place to eat but I’ll be certain to avoid Chick-Fil-A. We don’t need companies like that polluting our world.
Post # 16
We’ve been boycotting for so long now.
I will never support any business who actively contributes to hate and discrimination.
Vid is awesome.