A sandwich to die for

This week, fried chicken hotspot Popeye’s brought back their notorious chicken sandwich, a popular menu item which sold out months ago following a poorly executed rollout which underestimated its demand.

The sandwich seems to be in plentiful supply this time around, but for some reason Americans are still losing their minds over it.

Earlier this week, a man died after he tried to cut in line at a Popeye’s in Baltimore.

“We have been able to determine that preliminarily that this is related to the release of the sandwich here at this restaurant,” a police spokesperson said.

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5 Responses to A sandwich to die for

  1. nonncom says:

    I might suggest the surprisingly good chicken strips at Dairy Queen….my wife prefers them to Chik Filet….just sayin’, for those who hate to fight for their food….

    • BrassG says:

      Yup, those are excellent chicken strips. Dairy Queen’s tacos are also awesome. Seriously. Lots of fresh veggies and real ground meat instead of meat paste. Also, the jalitos (fried jalapeno strips) are very good. Dairy Queen is the best-kept secret in fast food.

  2. Onehalfmvsquared says:

    Seems like Popeyes wants to caters, and attracts, the extreme left. I’m done with them, will miss their spicy chicken.

  3. rob says:

    Nobody needed pictures, did they?

  4. Ohio Guy says:

    Personally, I trust very few people to prepare my food. Besides, most of it isn’t very healthy anyway. But fighting over a sammich or a place in line for sammich? Insane. Maybe I should put on my “shocked”face.

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