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Weiner and Boehner Mocked Then Argue At Local Fast Food Restaurant

Funny story: Weiner and Boehner Mocked Then Argue At Local Fast Food Restaurant

Washington D.C. - Yesterday former U.S. Congressman Anthony Weiner and current U.S. House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner were each mocked about their names and then got into an argument over which of them was bullied more as a child. The tw...

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Chick-fil-A Announces A Name Change

Funny story: Chick-fil-A Announces A Name Change

ATLANTA - The second largest chicken franchise in the nation has decided to listen to its customers and it is making a slight change to its corporate name. Cullen Rigadoon, company spokesman said that the home office has received thousands of emai...

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Arkansas Asks Chick-Fil-A To Change Their Restaurant Name

Funny story: Arkansas Asks Chick-Fil-A To Change Their Restaurant Name

LITTLE ROCK - The governor of Arkansas has sent a letter to the home office of Chick-Fil-A in Atlanta, Georgia. The letter respectfully asks that the chicken franchise please change the name of their restaurants located within the state from Chick...

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Don't Ask/Do Tell: Chick-full-A You Know What Comes Home To Roost Again, And This Time It's Not Personal, Just Business As Unusual

Funny story: Don't Ask/Do Tell: Chick-full-A You Know What Comes Home To Roost Again, And This Time It's Not Personal, Just Business As Unusual

Retrograde-fil-A-Hole, Ga. - More or less, mild and crazy cause why guy Chick-fil-A President Dan Cathy publicly aired his anything but easily digested (to anyone with half a brain, and/or, perhaps, anything close to an overcooked 1/4 pounder, with cheese, and, of course, fries with that, otherwise lodged in their gullet, and/or, upon request, collectively sitting in someplace or thereabouts for m...

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Anderson Cooper 360? Newsreader spotted at Chick Fil-A with Robert Pattinson!

Funny story: Anderson Cooper 360? Newsreader spotted at Chick Fil-A with Robert Pattinson!

Following the devastation caused by respective long time partners caught in compromising lip locks, and some say more, Vanderbilt heiress Anderson Cooper, and Twilight Star Robert Pattinson were spotted commiserating over breakfast amidst a crowd of...

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Local Guy had no Idea that Hate Tasted so Good

Funny story: Local Guy had no Idea that Hate Tasted so Good

Mobile, Alabama local guy, Jerry Dull ate out at a Chick fil A for the first time in his life and was stunned by how good it was. "I've never eaten out in my entire life", exclaimed Dull who was in the process of downing his 11th straight Chick fi...

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Long John Comes Out As Chick-Fil-A Wars Escalate

Funny story: Long John Comes Out As Chick-Fil-A Wars Escalate

The fast food wars heated up today as restaurant icons took sides in the increasingly hostile Chick-Fil-A debate. The controversy began when Chick-Fil-A honcho Dan Cathay spoke out against gay marriage late last week. Since then, drag queens have bee...

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