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2012-07-25 04:51:51 PM  

Pocket Ninja: I do like Chik fil A sandwiches, but those motherless whoremongerers always ignore me and put a goddamn pickle on the sandwich. I say, very clearly, "I do not want a pickle." And then they hand me the little insulated bag with the sandwich inside it and I go to sit down and pull apart the bread and THERE'S A FARKING PICKLE. JESUS CHRIST. And don't give me any bullcrap about "just take the pickle off." Once pickle juice taints something you can never get it out, never. It's always going to taste like farking pickle. So I'm sort of glad that I found out they're a hate group, actually, because now I get to feel good about not subjecting myself to that sort of aggravation anymore.


Maybe you've never read the bag before. Those 2 pickles are crucial to the sangwij experience. If i got a sangwij with just one pickle i'd take it back and demand the other.

Luckily i'm not a hatemonger who hates people because of who they hate. As such, i get to enjoy that good chicken shiat whenever i feels like it. ENJOY YOUR DELICIOUS CHICKEN FREE FUTURE HATEMONGERS!
 
2012-07-25 04:53:32 PM  

sure haven't: Am I the only one who calls them "chick fill uh"?
I'm Canadian so we don't have these so...

/why do people give a shiat about what moral causes they support?


It makes them feel morally superior, like receiving papal indulgences.
 
2012-07-25 04:57:22 PM  

FlyPanAm: It'll be fun to watch their profits go up as Real America supports them in their undying quest of Jesus and mediocre sandwiches.

And besides, laziness trumps principle, for pete's sake there's a Chick-Fil-A on the WAY to work for a lot of people.



I don't think the call is to give up fast food, just that one restaurant. I doubt their profits will go up (or down) very much because of this. Most people don't care. Not just about this, they don't care about much of anything.

As an example: A few years ago, an airline kicked a man off of an airplane for being muslim. That man was a secret service agent, trusted to carry a gun around the president. It was an outrage. Does anyone remember which airline it was?
 
2012-07-25 04:57:53 PM  

Sgt Otter: The funny thing is, they probably wouldn't have done some digging if Photogenic Teenage Girl wouldn't have dropped the John 3:16 at the end. You need a light touch.

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I'm greatly disturbed by that image....
 
2012-07-25 04:58:19 PM  
Just in case anyone was misinformed: The reason the Mormons start these businesses is to raise money for their church and programs. It's not that the CEO of C-F-A at some point decided that some portion of corporate profits would go to funding XYZ groups, the entire premise of starting the business was to send some portion of money to these groups.

These groups are mainly focused on helping the Mormons themselves. Not only is the money earmarked for programs you might not agree with before the business starts, but the programs you might actually support are "Mormon Only" meaning that the intent of these programs (such as food pantries) is to help members of the church and are not generally open to the community.
 
2012-07-25 05:00:21 PM  

czetie: James!: Yeah, it's a chicken sandwich whose powers of attraction cause you to fund causes opposed to your beliefs. Don't worry about what happens with that money, you were hungry.

This is the key part. It's not about whether you agree with the politics, ethics, religion, or after-hours hobbies of the CEO of a company. There's probably something you disagree with about the owner or CEO of every company in the USA. That way madness lies.

But the owner of Chick-Fil-A doesn't merely oppose gay equality -- he's entitled to his opinion, however bigoted and atavistic it might be. He directly takes the money you choose to give him and uses it to lobby against gay rights and oppose equality under the law for gays. THAT is a good reason not to give him your money.


And don't forget the employees of Chick-Fil-A. Those bastards need to be sent packing to the unemployment line for working at such a place.
 
2012-07-25 05:04:05 PM  

sisterinarms: I wouldn't get a sammich from a place who donates directly to the KKK.

I wouldn't get a sammich from a place that donates directly to Westboro.

Would you?


So you ask every business person who you do business with where they spend your money to make sure it conforms with your views? You also choose not to buy any product which was made overseas without first confirming that their working conditions are to your satisfaction?
 
2012-07-25 05:05:02 PM  

victrin: mysticcat: I wish I could quit you, Chik-fil-A.

Actually, I really don't give a shiat about their backwards politics. They make a damn good chicken sammich.

You do realize they give real money to real organizations that deny many of us in the LGBTQ community our rights, don't you? Every time you buy one of their products you are literally funding hate groups. Not even using hyperbole here. I am gay and currently denied some 1100 civil rights and liberties guaranteed under the Constitution due to bigoted policies and politics. Please don't support organizations that keep me a second class citizen.



Maybe I should give up the chicken sandwich because CFA is doing it wrong, in that
they are not taking an interest on a personal level with those that do not have the same beliefs as they do.

I missed the part of the Bible that told us how the kingdom of God is glorified by
legislating morality. My question to CFA, and other Christians and Christian based groups)
what does this accomplish? Will making it illegal for gays to marry show them how
God loves them? Does being associated with a "hate group" further the kingdom?

What do I think the church (and these christian based groups) do to reverse the damage
that's been done to the religion?
1. stop being a goob. really. Make an effort to get to know your neighbors that
do not have the same beliefs and/or values as you. You'll find out that you both
have more in common than either of you realize.
2. Stop with those big churches and "building campaigns". There are hungry women, children,
and widows in your community. Remember, care for the widows and orphans. Not build
sprawling chruch campuses and ever larger buildings.
3. Remember, every person you meet does not have to go away "saved". would be nice, but
it's not going to happen. Were you "saved" the first time someone told you? Your job is not "saving" people. It's showing love and compassion
of our Lord. If the opportunity arises, and it will if you are being genuine, you'll have
plenty of time to share. Remember, less is more sometimes.

In other words, victrin, I believe you should have the same rights and opportunity as I.
Legislating morality fails on all levels. It fails the religion and belief system that
initiated the legislation, and it fails you because of your limited civil rights with
the government telling you who you can and cannot marry.
 
2012-07-25 05:11:10 PM  
The next time I eat at Chick-fil-A will be on a Sunday.
 
2012-07-25 05:14:12 PM  

roncofooddehydrator: sisterinarms: I wouldn't get a sammich from a place who donates directly to the KKK.

I wouldn't get a sammich from a place that donates directly to Westboro.

Would you?

So you ask every business person who you do business with where they spend your money to make sure it conforms with your views? You also choose not to buy any product which was made overseas without first confirming that their working conditions are to your satisfaction?


I'm betting he doesn't. I don't either. But if their CEO went on the news and said how proud they are to support Westboro's traditional family values, you bet your ass I'd stop eating there.

Ignorant is one thing. Willfully ignorant is another.
 
2012-07-25 05:14:22 PM  

Pocket Ninja: I do like Chik fil A sandwiches, but those motherless whoremongerers always ignore me and put a goddamn pickle on the sandwich. I say, very clearly, "I do not want a pickle." And then they hand me the little insulated bag with the sandwich inside it and I go to sit down and pull apart the bread and THERE'S A FARKING PICKLE. JESUS CHRIST. And don't give me any bullcrap about "just take the pickle off." Once pickle juice taints something you can never get it out, never. It's always going to taste like farking pickle. So I'm sort of glad that I found out they're a hate group, actually, because now I get to feel good about not subjecting myself to that sort of aggravation anymore.


I guess I would have dumped them long before that for lousy service, but that's just me. I used to run places like that. I wouldn't expect customers to put up with that.
 
2012-07-25 05:17:37 PM  

Noctusxx: What is so special about these sandwiches? I live in the Pac NW and have never even heard of this place till all this silliness.


It's a fast-food chain specialising in chicken. Apparently with crack in it. I don't get it, either. We've got a lot of fast food around here, including at least two chicken chains (KFC and Popeye's), and I don't hear anyone going nuts about any of it. I have to assume there's a dearth of good places to eat down there.
 
2012-07-25 05:22:08 PM  

Lorelle: Abby Farle


Also:

Babel Fray
Flabby Era
Flabby Ear
Baby Feral
Baby Flare
Belay Barf
Fable Bray
A Babel Fry
Bar Bay Elf
Bra Bay Elf

/I know, whatevs
 
2012-07-25 05:24:23 PM  
So, here is my idea. Instead of just boycotting CFA, seek them out when on road trips and you need a bathroom break. Then leave without buying anything.

I know it isn't much, but if they are going to fund hate groups, I'm going to use their water and paper towels for free. Now if I can just get a few thousand more people to do this, it will slowly eat into their profit margins, which is really the biggest concern of the business I'm sure.

/I know it is pennies, but I gotta poop somewhere, so why not stink up a CFA for freedom
 
2012-07-25 05:25:27 PM  

PoochUMD:
Chick Fil A are all franchises. So outside of money made selling frozen fries and chicken breasts to the restaurants, I don't think much of your money makes it out of the actual restaurant. But if you decide to spend your money elsewhere, is there any restaurants that employee 100% of people who don't give money to catholic churches or other religious organizations that don't believe homosexuals should get married?


You've never looked into getting one of their franchises. They are cheap to get ($5,000) but there's so many people trying to get one that the odds you get it are way low. Along the lines of 75 new licenses per year out of over 10,000 applications. And with that comes strict stipulations. Such as the corporation chooses where it goes. If it's not where you want to be then too bad. You can't be trying to do anything else besides run the restaurant. You can't have more than one and try to incorporate them.

Plus 15% of gross sales AND 50% of the profits go back to the corporation. So yeah, half of all cleared profit goes back on top of the food costs. This is unlike other franchises where only a small amount goes back to cover mainly corporate advertising. Their franchise rules are the worst out there.

Sources are here (franchise reviews) and here (CFA's website)
 
2012-07-25 05:26:18 PM  

Noctusxx: What is so special about these sandwiches? I live in the Pac NW and have never even heard of this place till all this silliness.


This.
 
2012-07-25 05:31:46 PM  

Contents Under Pressure: Noctusxx: What is so special about these sandwiches? I live in the Pac NW and have never even heard of this place till all this silliness.

This.


it's not really about the sandwiches (though...for fast food they aren't all that bad. actual chicken breast as opposed to press formed chicken part pattys). It's mostly about the waffle fries ...which I can get in bulk at the grocery store and cook at home really.
 
2012-07-25 05:32:08 PM  

violentsalvation: James!: mysticcat: scottydoesntknow: mysticcat: I wish I could quit you, Chik-fil-A.

Actually, I really don't give a shiat about their backwards politics. They make a damn good chicken sammich.

Nothing like stuffing your face with mediocre chicken while simultaneously supporting hate groups!

James!: mysticcat: I wish I could quit you, Chik-fil-A.

Actually, I really don't give a shiat about their backwards politics. They make a damn good chicken sammich.

At least you know when the chips are down a chicken sandwich is more important than taking a moral stand.

Fight Eat on, proud America.

I'd be really careful about self-righteous moral consumerism. That's a very deep rabbit hole.

I'm amused by the rising hissy-fit fervor of both sides as each tries to one-up the other on attaching a moral value judgement to a friggin chicken sandwich. It's absurd.

FWIW-I'm a pro-gay marriage liberal episcopalian, so I'm sure Stuart Cathey thinks I'm going to suffer eternal torment, too.

Yeah, it's a chicken sandwich whose powers of attraction cause you to fund causes opposed to your beliefs. Don't worry about what happens with that money, you were hungry.

So what other businesses are you boycotting because you just realized they have taken a position that conflicts with your morals? Or should I ask, which businesses aren't you boycotting? I don't have chick-fil-a in my town so it has never really come up, I try to avoid wal-mart but that isn't always possible.


It's not possible to avoid Walmart? Why? Do they hunt you down and corner you, forcibly take your money, and then give you some cheap Chinese-made crap? Of course you can avoid them. You *choose* not to. Just man up and be honest about it. You're not an evil person for it or anything. But it is kind of jerky to make excuses instead of be honest.

As for who's boycotting who and why, this came up several times in the earlier CFA thread, and I'm still not sure if the people saying it are bullshiatting, making excuses, or honestly don't get it. Look, here's how it works: No sane person sits down and researches the habits of every damn company out there they might do business with. That way lies madness. But what conscientious people do do is pay attention to the news. If they hear that some company is doing something they might *personally* object to, they may make a mental note of it, which might affect their consumer behaviour later on. This is a personal choice, though: If you don't care about what someone else cares about, that's your choice, as a consumer free to make their own decisions. People boycotting CFA may or may not hope the company founders for it (which is very unlikely, I think), but at least don't want to feel like they're personally contributing to things they object to. That's their personal choice, no one else's, and it's part of how our modern consumer culture works. Companies want to contribute to politics, organisations, or causes, fine; consumers can choose whether or not to contribute to businesses based on that. I happen to think it's a very good system. But it's not about trying to figure out what every damn company is doing with their money. It's just about paying attention and being aware what a given company may be doing if you happen to hear something about it, that's all. I would have thought this obvious, but it's apparently not.
 
2012-07-25 05:39:29 PM  
I can't believe this!

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2012-07-25 05:40:10 PM  

Wellon Dowd: If pretending to be a teenage girl on Facebook is wrong, then I don't want to be right!

James!: same with In and Out.

I know the family that owns In-N-Out is religious but do they actively support intolerance like Chik-Fil-A?


Yeah, that's how I think about it, too. There are all kinds of businesses around that like to project their Christian values, and that's fine. There's a very wide variety of what are considered 'Christian' values, and I find many of them commendable. What someone's faith or values or political views are doesn't concern me very much when I'm decided where to spend my money, and I don't ask. It only concerns me if it comes to like that they're actively working against *my* values. I don't care what the Christian donut shop down the street does with their money, and I won't ask, either. But if I walked in and saw NOM materials or the like, you bet I'd walk out and not come back.
 
2012-07-25 05:45:23 PM  

Noctusxx: NW


Chicken Filet is to fast food chicken sandwiches what 5 Guys or In-n-Out is to fast food burgers. They taste a bit better and have developed a name for producing fresh, quality chicken that really isn't. I've eaten at one and found it to be unremarkable. Not in the Anna Nicole's anus unremarkable, but unremarkable in the way that I can't believe people would brush off their own beliefs to continue eating them.

And I support traditional grammar. I can not in good conscience spell their name in that farked up way anymore.
 
2012-07-25 05:45:53 PM  

Sylvia_Bandersnatch: Noctusxx: What is so special about these sandwiches? I live in the Pac NW and have never even heard of this place till all this silliness.

It's a fast-food chain specialising in chicken. Apparently with crack in it. I don't get it, either. We've got a lot of fast food around here, including at least two chicken chains (KFC and Popeye's), and I don't hear anyone going nuts about any of it. I have to assume there's a dearth of good places to eat down there.


When the average IQ of a state is a little more than potato, you'll get some strange food.
 
2012-07-25 05:46:55 PM  

sure haven't: Am I the only one who calls them "chick fill uh"?
I'm Canadian so we don't have these so...

/why do people give a shiat about what moral causes they support?


Why do people give a shiat about anything? What would you do if you found out tomorrow that Tim Hortons donates money to some organisation that wants to shut down Fark? Would you care then? Would you still go there and give them your money?
 
2012-07-25 05:48:08 PM  

my_cats_breath_smells_like_cat_food: So, here is my idea. Instead of just boycotting CFA, seek them out when on road trips and you need a bathroom break. Then leave without buying anything.

I know it isn't much, but if they are going to fund hate groups, I'm going to use their water and paper towels for free. Now if I can just get a few thousand more people to do this, it will slowly eat into their profit margins, which is really the biggest concern of the business I'm sure.

/I know it is pennies, but I gotta poop somewhere, so why not stink up a CFA for freedom


Are you insane? Long road trips require road trip rules. This means eating only food from truck stops/gas stations. About 3 gas station burritos will leave something more effective than "it isn't much".
 
2012-07-25 05:50:37 PM  

liverpoolumd: Wait a minute... Did Paul Christoforo get a job at Chick-Fil-A?

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Man, I miss that asshole.
 
2012-07-25 05:56:55 PM  

mysticcat: I wish I could quit you, Chik-fil-A.

Actually, I really don't give a shiat about their backwards politics. They make a damn good chicken sammich.


I've tried their food three or four times, and it's always dry and terrible. Maybe I ordered the wrong sandwich? Anyway I won't be going back. It would feel icky. And not in a fun way.
 
2012-07-25 05:58:53 PM  

my_cats_breath_smells_like_cat_food: So, here is my idea. Instead of just boycotting CFA, seek them out when on road trips and you need a bathroom break. Then leave without buying anything.

I know it isn't much, but if they are going to fund hate groups, I'm going to use their water and paper towels for free. Now if I can just get a few thousand more people to do this, it will slowly eat into their profit margins, which is really the biggest concern of the business I'm sure.


Or just get in their drive through lane, order five dead chicken meals with waffle fries, and drive out of line without purchasing anything.

(If that isn't legal in your state, don't do it.)
 
2012-07-25 05:59:08 PM  

rudemix: Noctusxx: NW

Chicken Filet is to fast food chicken sandwiches what 5 Guys or In-n-Out is to fast food burgers. They taste a bit better and have developed a name for producing fresh, quality chicken that really isn't. I've eaten at one and found it to be unremarkable. Not in the Anna Nicole's anus unremarkable, but unremarkable in the way that I can't believe people would brush off their own beliefs to continue eating them.

And I support traditional grammar. I can not in good conscience spell their name in that farked up way anymore.


So shouldn't it be "In and Out"?
 
2012-07-25 06:07:08 PM  
The Suspect:

yogan.meinungsverstaerker.de
 
2012-07-25 06:15:58 PM  

Pocket Ninja: I do like Chik fil A sandwiches, but those motherless whoremongerers always ignore me and put a goddamn pickle on the sandwich. I say, very clearly, "I do not want a pickle." And then they hand me the little insulated bag with the sandwich inside it and I go to sit down and pull apart the bread and THERE'S A FARKING PICKLE. JESUS CHRIST. And don't give me any bullcrap about "just take the pickle off." Once pickle juice taints something you can never get it out, never. It's always going to taste like farking pickle. So I'm sort of glad that I found out they're a hate group, actually, because now I get to feel good about not subjecting myself to that sort of aggravation anymore.


You'd think these pickle pushers would be a little more tolerant of gays, seeing as their entire business is based on encouraging cock gobbling.
 
2012-07-25 06:16:09 PM  

PoochUMD: Chick Fil A are all franchises. So outside of money made selling frozen fries and chicken breasts to the restaurants, I don't think much of your money makes it out of the actual restaurant. But if you decide to spend your money elsewhere, is there any restaurants that employee 100% of people who don't give money to catholic churches or other religious organizations that don't believe homosexuals should get married?


Chick-fil-a takes 15% of gross sales & 50% of net profit per month, plus various other fees and charges, including rental on the premises and equipment according to this FDD disclosure. (Aside: Instead of guessing, you could have looked this up yourself in under two minutes. What is it about the Internet that the easier it becomes to look stuff up, the less inclined people are to do so?).

As for the rest: There's two big differences. One, an employee is not the owner. The employee is going to make a living somewhere, and what they do with their salary is very different with what the owner of the business does with the profits. As I said in the part of my post that you cut, that way madness lies.

And second, there is a huge gulf between being opposed to gay marriage and the degree of active campaigning, funding, lobbying and -- worse -- demonization of gays that the owner of Chick-fil-A pursues.

Yes, difference of degree does matter.
 
2012-07-25 06:30:25 PM  

sisterinarms: money goes to Exodus International, Exodus tries to "cure" a gay kid by shock therapy, or any number of harmful gay away tactics as described by those who have made it out alive. Some don't.


Is this that group of asshats who parents pay to have their own kids abducted in the middle of the night and carted off to a (often outside the US) paramilitary camp to have the gayness cured? I had thought C-F-A annoying in financially lobbying for anti-gay legislation. If this is who I think it is, then that's over a hole new line.

Also, a quick search didn't turn up anything close to a comprehensive list of the groups C-F-A money does go to. Anyone have a citation?


Sylvia_Bandersnatch:
It's a fast-food chain specialising in chicken. Apparently with crack in it. I don't get it, either. We've got a lot of fast food around here, including at least two chicken chains (KFC and Popeye's), and I don't hear anyone going nuts about any of it. I have to assume there's a dearth of good places to eat down there.


We have no shortage of other chicken places here - KFC, Popeye's, Church's, and even Go Chicken Go! (exclamation mark not mine). C-F-A breading is lighter, not as greasy, and the meat quality seems higher (than KFC and Church's at least..). For me, though, it's also about the Chic-Fil-A sauce - like honey mustard, with something extra to it. At least Popeye's has a new Mardi Gras sauce, which I think is a step up, anyways.

I'll just have to comfort the loss of C-F-A with a trip to Stroud's or RC's (some of the best pan fried chicken ever).
 
2012-07-25 06:35:39 PM  
This is not somebody quietly excercising their freedom of opinion. This is a company that loudly trumpets it's political activities as part of there marketing efforts to reach out to the lowest common denominator (the fat, sorry trailer-trash that eats their garbage food).
This is all perfectly fine - but I don't have any obligation to spend my money there, and won't. I can do that for any reason I wish, or for no reason, and don't feel obligated to answer to anyone about it. Does anybody really have a problem with that, or think it's any of their business?
 
2012-07-25 06:39:36 PM  

scottydoesntknow: rudemix: Noctusxx: NW

Chicken Filet is to fast food chicken sandwiches what 5 Guys or In-n-Out is to fast food burgers. They taste a bit better and have developed a name for producing fresh, quality chicken that really isn't. I've eaten at one and found it to be unremarkable. Not in the Anna Nicole's anus unremarkable, but unremarkable in the way that I can't believe people would brush off their own beliefs to continue eating them.

And I support traditional grammar. I can not in good conscience spell their name in that farked up way anymore.

So shouldn't it be "In and Out"?


As a fan of KFC I'm going to double down and say no.

*shakestinyfist
 
2012-07-25 06:53:06 PM  
Let me show you my Chick Filla'...

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2012-07-25 06:53:59 PM  

kroonermanblack: Lanadapter: Aww, the corperation thinks it's people.

Because legally, in the US, they are. So good job.


Even multinational corporations? Couldn't they be in violation of the law being in the US one day in and another country the next without going through customs?
 
2012-07-25 07:03:27 PM  

Pocket Ninja: I do like Chik fil A sandwiches, but those motherless whoremongerers always ignore me and put a goddamn pickle on the sandwich. I say, very clearly, "I do not want a pickle." And then they hand me the little insulated bag with the sandwich inside it and I go to sit down and pull apart the bread and THERE'S A FARKING PICKLE. JESUS CHRIST. And don't give me any bullcrap about "just take the pickle off." Once pickle juice taints something you can never get it out, never. It's always going to taste like farking pickle. So I'm sort of glad that I found out they're a hate group, actually, because now I get to feel good about not subjecting myself to that sort of aggravation anymore.


Preach it, brother! That's why I just stick to the nuggets.

Or at least I did.
 
2012-07-25 07:04:19 PM  
As a person who laughs while eating salad I am deeply offended by the actions of Chik-Fil-A and will no longer laugh at their salads.
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2012-07-25 07:05:15 PM  

HeartBurnKid: roncofooddehydrator: sisterinarms: I wouldn't get a sammich from a place who donates directly to the KKK.

I wouldn't get a sammich from a place that donates directly to Westboro.

Would you?

So you ask every business person who you do business with where they spend your money to make sure it conforms with your views? You also choose not to buy any product which was made overseas without first confirming that their working conditions are to your satisfaction?

I'm betting he doesn't. I don't either. But if their CEO went on the news and said how proud they are to support Westboro's traditional family values, you bet your ass I'd stop eating there.

Ignorant is one thing. Willfully ignorant is another.


Exactly, this, and correct.

If I find out that a business supports, espouses, or gives money to causes that I abhor has practices and policies I dislike, I will stop doing business with them, it's that simple. No one business has a monopoly on anything that I need, especially someplace like a chicken store.

I don't shop at WalMart
I don't eat at Chik-fil-A
I don't buy from Amazon
I don't use E-Bay
I will never purchase an Apple product

and so on.

If I don't know the policies, especially if the company owner has not gone out of his/her way to be an asshat in public, then there's not much I can do unless and until I find out. The CEO, owner, company can be as big of a farkwad as they want to be, and I have the right to avoid their farkwadery.
 
2012-07-25 07:23:45 PM  

FloydA: "What harm would it do, if a man told a good strong lie for the sake of the good and for the Christian church ... a lie out of necessity, a useful lie, a helpful lie, such lies would not be against God, he would accept them." ~Martin Luther.


"Did I not tell you earlier that a Jew is such a noble, precious jewel that God and all the angels dance when he farts?"- Martin Luther
 
2012-07-25 07:24:51 PM  

silvervial: I don't buy from Amazon


Care to share why? You group Amazon along with other business I mostly avoid, so I'm curious why you skip Amazon.
 
2012-07-25 07:25:12 PM  

Pocket Ninja: I do like Chik fil A sandwiches, but those motherless whoremongerers always ignore me and put a goddamn pickle on the sandwich. I say, very clearly, "I do not want a pickle." And then they hand me the little insulated bag with the sandwich inside it and I go to sit down and pull apart the bread and THERE'S A FARKING PICKLE. JESUS CHRIST. And don't give me any bullcrap about "just take the pickle off." Once pickle juice taints something you can never get it out, never. It's always going to taste like farking pickle. So I'm sort of glad that I found out they're a hate group, actually, because now I get to feel good about not subjecting myself to that sort of aggravation anymore.


Amen


Once the pickle juice hits something, it transubstantiation!

I, however, hate Chik-fila and like pickles....
 
2012-07-25 07:27:08 PM  
Who gives a fark. I'm still going to Chick Fil A every time I want a chicken sammich. It's the best one out there. Although Panera's got a great turkey sammich that works for me too.
 
2012-07-25 07:27:19 PM  
Sorry, but freedom of speech, freedom of religion and freedom to eat tasty chicken sandwiches and waffle fries trump exaggerated outrage expressed by those who chose a lifestyle that not everyone is willing to accept or embrace as natural, and who also oppose it on moral and religious grounds.

Yes, there is intolerance and bigotry, but it's coming from the left.
 
2012-07-25 07:31:48 PM  

chewielouie: Sorry, but freedom of speech, freedom of religion and freedom to eat tasty chicken sandwiches and waffle fries trump exaggerated outrage expressed by those who chose a lifestyle that not everyone is willing to accept or embrace as natural, and who also oppose it on moral and religious grounds.

Yes, there is intolerance and bigotry, but it's coming from the left.


Trolling works better if you don't wait until the thread is over to start.
 
2012-07-25 07:32:24 PM  
The CEO never heard of "My name is Bennent and I ain't in it" on the gay marriage issue
 
2012-07-25 07:36:49 PM  

chewielouie: Sorry, but freedom of speech, freedom of religion and freedom to eat tasty chicken sandwiches and waffle fries trump exaggerated outrage expressed by those who chose a lifestyle that not everyone is willing to accept or embrace as natural, and who also oppose it on moral and religious grounds.

Yes, there is intolerance and bigotry, but it's coming from the left.


shotglasss: Who gives a fark. I'm still going to Chick Fil A every time I want a chicken sammich. It's the best one out there. Although Panera's got a great turkey sammich that works for me too.


Oh you poor bastards in the south, no access to tasty fast food. You do what you will, but it doesn't compare to Zip's.

/oh, and for you smug Seattlites, Dick's isn't Zips.
//Zip's has an awesome chicken sandwich, and the fries are to die for
///and deep fried mushrooms, without the whole child abuse funding
 
2012-07-25 07:37:11 PM  

InfernalCatfish: silvervial: I don't buy from Amazon

Care to share why? You group Amazon along with other business I mostly avoid, so I'm curious why you skip Amazon.


I used to be a HUGE Amazon customer until I found out that they treat their shipping/packing people like shiat. Actually, they aren't even their shipping/packing people, they hire an outsourcer. The people are paid minimum wage with no benefits and are herded (literally) around to fulfillment sites to pack and ship in bad and unsafe conditions. My hubby is a shipper and I don't want to support the outsourcing of that kind of job to horrible companies that treat their workers like shiat and I don't want to support the companies that use the outsourcers.

I was a warehouse wage slave
 
2012-07-25 07:39:31 PM  

InfernalCatfish: silvervial: I don't buy from Amazon

Care to share why? You group Amazon along with other business I mostly avoid, so I'm curious why you skip Amazon.


A good read.
 
2012-07-25 07:42:55 PM  

rohar: chewielouie: Sorry, but freedom of speech, freedom of religion and freedom to eat tasty chicken sandwiches and waffle fries trump exaggerated outrage expressed by those who chose a lifestyle that not everyone is willing to accept or embrace as natural, and who also oppose it on moral and religious grounds.

Yes, there is intolerance and bigotry, but it's coming from the left.

shotglasss: Who gives a fark. I'm still going to Chick Fil A every time I want a chicken sammich. It's the best one out there. Although Panera's got a great turkey sammich that works for me too.

Oh you poor bastards in the south, no access to tasty fast food. You do what you will, but it doesn't compare to Zip's.

/oh, and for you smug Seattlites, Dick's isn't Zips.
//Zip's has an awesome chicken sandwich, and the fries are to die for
///and deep fried mushrooms, without the whole child abuse funding


You must not have ever been to the South.

/Had Chick-Fil-A today, will probably have some again next week
//u mad?
 
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