Chick-fil-A is famous for its superb customer service and faith-based company values. You’d be hard-pressed to find another fast-food restaurant that can compete with Chick-fil-A when it comes to providing an all-around positive experience.
There’s no doubt this company is more than consistent across the board. I’ve personally never visited a Chick-fil-A that didn’t have smiling employees who did their best to go above and beyond for me and my family.
Whether that’s extra sauce (at no extra charge) or simply a helping hand cleaning up after my kiddos, this company knows a thing or two about making it “my pleasure” to eat a chicken sandwich.
Of course, no matter how well a company trains their people, they still don’t have any control over who steps foot into their establishments.
One customer ranted about a man who apparently had no business eating at a Chick-fil-A where instrumental Christian music plays softly over the speakers.
Justin Farris’ video about said customer has gone viral. Once you hear what Farris has to say, you won’t question why it has received 11 million views on Facebook to date.
“I heard something in Chick-fil-A that I never thought I would ever hear,” Farris says in the video. He then goes on to talk about a man who had been arguing with his wife. A man who felt the need to use cuss words.
The video starts off serious, but just wait. The hilarity that ensues might just make you laugh so hard you’ll shoot that Frosted Lemonade out of your nose.
“I’m not talkin’ about little $5 cuss words,” he said. “Everybody knows, there’s a lot of places you don’t cuss. But the top three are your grandma’s house, church, and Chick-fil-A.”
This guy is too funny, but it’s so true! “When you walk through those doors, all your worries and cares should be cast away. Leave ’em at the door. You’re eating the Lord’s waffle fries.”
I couldn’t agree with Farris more. He really hits the nail on the head when he said, “If you can’t be happy eating the Lord’s waffle fries, there’s no hope for you.”
Hopefully the next time that cussing man enters a Chick-fil-A, he can hold his tongue and appreciate a helping of “the Lord’s waffle fries” and all they’re worth.
As for Farris, I hope he continues to make more videos like this one. We could all use a daily dose of his good-natured humor.
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