Skip to comments.Kiss-In Protest Held at Dallas Chick-fil-A (A whole dozen demonstrators)
Posted on 08/03/2012 6:04:01 PM PDT by tobyhill
A kiss-in at the Chick-fil-A on Central Expressway near Lovers Lane in Dallas on Friday afternoon did not seem to keep chicken lovers away.
Supporters of same-sex marriage are planning demonstrations in response to Wednesday's "Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day." Facebook postings by organizers call for people to stage "kiss-ins" at Chick-fil-A restaurants at 7 p.m. Friday night.
Hundreds of thousands of Texans jammed Chick-fil-As to show support for the company's president, who said in an interview that the company was "guilty as charged" for backing "the biblical definition of a family."
The kiss-in at the Central Expressway Chick-fil-A began at about noon lasted until about 5 p.m.
Around a dozen demonstrators were equipped with mouthwash, breath freshener and posters, but there was hardly any kissing.
At lunchtime Friday, half a dozen Dallas police officers were at the Central Expressway store and ordered demonstrators to stay off the restaurant property.
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Which is an excellent idea right up until you have to clean the residue out of it. That’s a huge PITA to get that clean again - CFA lemonade dries sticky.
I took the family to a local CFA (Gilbert, AZ) for an early dinner and to show our support for this fine company. I didn’t want the sodomites keeping away customers. But there weren’t any reprobates protesting, kissing, whatever—none in the restaurant and none through the drivethru as far as I could tell.
They were called queers before the MSM renamed them.
TV news in Tampa that ignored or degraded Wednesday’s event covered 6 sign wavers today and reported that was against CFA’s “anti-gay policies”.
Maybe several people could stand in front of the kissing queers and have a fart-in.
There were less than 10 at the corner of 300 and loop 281 in Longview abut two hours ago.
Nobody was kissing. Nobody looked particularly kissable, either.
The staff seemed a bit on guard; but they busted out laughing when I commented that if each customer bought one item and gave it to the protestors, the protestors would eat for days. The customers in the store were about triple the number of protestors. The drive through kept moving briskly, but always had at least three cars waiting to order.
What do you do when you support traditional marriage but think Chik-fil-A sandwiches are dry, flavorless, and over-priced?
Here.. buy one of these..
If they won’t fill it for you, just dump the cup they give you in it. :)
No. It's weird just thinking about it...
***mouthwash, breath freshener...***
Probably to hide the taste of fecal mater and other things from last night’s tryst.
***They were called queers before the MSM renamed them. ***
True. Let’s just call them Sodomites. That way everyone knows what you are talking about.
The media loved it cause they love watching them kiss. They are all homos themselves.
Their food is just ok in my opinion. Pretty much all fast food is overpriced these days. Inflation as I see it. I had a medium sandwich, chips, drink and a cookie at Quiznos for over $10.00. I could make about 4-5 of those at home for the same price.
Hard to use that on the roll with a full face helmet. :P Nice thought, though.
Complain to management about the quality of the food. They listen.
Get a coffee or milk shake in the mean time.
Some hose perhaps? do it up nascar style :)
Just watched our local news coverage on the “kiss in” and they couldn’t have been more vague...
They showed one “couple” making a quick smooch and they both seemed to feel as stupid as they looked. The news didn’t say where this was or what the turn out seemed to be at any of the local CFAs...
Unlike the visuals of Wed.
Do they really think we are that stupid?
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