Those snarky gay-friendly comics at Atlanta’s Laughing Skull Lounge dive into the deep fried Chick-fil-A controversy with their own one-finger salute. It’s as fun as watching drag queens “chow down” on some waffle fries.
The spot, posted to YouTube on Sunday, mocks the Atlanta company for its anti-gay rhetoric with a “rare commemorative” coin emblazoned with an image of a sword fight. You know, the kind with penises.
“It also bears the compelling reminder that gays are bad,” the narrator says.
Apparently, Laughing Skull has been spending too much time with Trey Toler, Peter Depp and Jim David. No homo.
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