Millennials Try Chick-Fil-A For The First Time And Some Of Them Have Wrong Opinions
I know I’m in good company when I say that if I were ever to end up on Death Row, my last meal would include a Chick-fil-A chicken sandwich, waffle fries, nuggets, and a cookie and cream milkshake. A moment of bliss before I spend the rest of eternity sweltering in hell.
That’s why Chick-fil-A is destined to become the third-largest fast-food chain in the nation by 2020 in terms of sales, beating out traditional giants like Taco Bell, Wendy’s, and Burger King and behind only McDonald’s and Starbucks. That is a huge leap considering it was the seventh biggest chain in 2017. And they’re not even open on Sundays.
Everyone loves Chick-Fil-A, except some green millennials, according to Business Insider at least. BI made a video titled ‘Millennials Try Chick-Fil-A For The First Time,’ got a few negative reactions that are not nearly representative of a larger trend, and knew exactly what would happen–pageviews, pageviews, pageviews, engagement, engagement, engagement.
Check it out below:
Amen. Slams hard.
[h/t Business Insider]