It figures. Our friend “Chet Chesterfield” seems to have an angle on so many current events. Last week, it was his ideas on new events for the summer Olympic Games. This week, it’s Chick-fil-A.
There’s no “talent show” entry from “Chet” this week. No, this time he wants to share the information that he’s a selective breeder for the national fast food chain.
Selective? Yep. You see, Chick-fil-A won’t take just any bird that hatches. According to “Chet,” they won’t take anything that’s too exotic. Apparently, to Chick-fil-A, that’d just be too weird.
Oh, and that breed that “Chet” is talking about in his video with the feathers on their legs and feet, they’re called bantam brahmas, as pictured here. Now, why in the world would Chick-fil-A turn its collective nose up at bantam brahmas? They’re kind of cute, I think, with a sweet personality.
And that’s the breed that turns off Chick-fil-A? I wonder why. They look dandy, don’t ya think? Oh well, Chick-fil-A does have that freedom, doesn’t it?
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