Due To A Rare Disease, One Of The Seven Foods This Kid Can Actually Eat Is Chick-fil-A Waffle Fries

by 2 years ago

If you love chicken sandwiches as much as ::makes thumbs to chest gesture, rubs dad bod stomach:: *this guy* loves chicken sandwiches, you’ve probably said the words “Chick-Fil-A” is life more than once in your life. I just devoured a traditional spicy sando combo for lunch and I legit feel like it gave me super powers.

For Christopher Cataldo, a six-year-old in Texas, Chick-Fil-A is literally life. Due to a rare disease, most foods make him sick. Chick-Fil-A waffle fries are one of the seven foods approved by his doctor to eat. Because of his condition, he can’t actually enter a restaurant. But last week, before a location in Houston opened, the franchise owner gave him a tour of his favorite restaurant. via Fox 5:

Due to a rare disease, Chris hasn’t tasted much in his life. Ninety percent of the food on the planet makes him sick. Doctors only allow him to eat seven foods.

While Chris loves waffle fries, he had not stepped inside his favorite restaurant since he was two, because his condition weakens his immune system.

However, that all changed this week right before Houston’s newest location opened. Franchise owner Brad Munson made Chris’ dream come true by making him the owner of his favorite restaurant.

Chris got to tour his new place, play in the playground, and even cooked his own fries before taking a break. The event lasted only a couple of hours, but his mom says he will relive the day for years to come.

Bro move all around. Enjoy those waffle fries, Chris.

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