A common Chick-fil-A marketing image, showing three cows on their hind legs, holding signs that say, from left to right, “EAT”, “MOR”, and “CHIKIN”.
A common Chick-fil-A marketing image, showing three cows on their hind legs, holding signs that say, from left to right, “EAT”, “MOR”, and “CHIKIN”.

I was once quite the fan of Chick-fil-A. As a boy, it was certainly my favorite fast food place and possibly my overall favorite restaurant. When I lived in Austin, my family frequented one particular location, and I became pretty well-known among the staff there. There was hardly a kid more enthusiastic about a chicken-focused fast food restaurant than I.

These days, I’m not a frequent patron of the chain, though I suppose they’re slightly more friendly to my diet than some other fast food places are (lookin’ at you, McDonald’s).

One thing that’s really struck me about Chick-fil-A since…


Nametag that reads: “Hello, my name is Jeff”
Nametag that reads: “Hello, my name is Jeff”

“Hi, my name’s Jeff,” said the new guy, introducing himself to his coworkers. “Well, technically, it’s Jeffrey, but please just call me Jeff.” As the days went on, Jeff became integrated into the office environment. He got along with most of his coworkers and took part in social events. He even started to see some of his office-mates as good friends.

There was only one part of Jeff’s experience in his new office that made him feel uncomfortable. Travis. Travis seemed like a pretty nice guy, but he had a habit of making Jeff uncomfortable. One morning shortly after starting…

Drew LeBow

19-year-old student with a heavy interest in philosophy and politics. The universe is big and amazing.

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