Huff and puff and bloviate all you want about Chick-fil-A’s ramblings against same-sex marriage and gay activists. But there’s one sure-fire reason the gays won’t boycott the Atlanta-based chain and its anti-gay flavored waffle fries, shakes and sandwiches.
For that we turn to NatureBoyHD, who sums it up in one pithy tweet: “Atlanta gay men loves chicken more than dick so Chikfila will prosper there.”
So there. Keep that in mind on Friday when you’re joining protests at Atlanta-area Chick-fil-A’s here, here, here and here.
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