Cluck Cluck Filler Announces It Is An Anti-Gay Marriage Eatery

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Friday, 20 July 2012

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Cluck Cluck Filler Restaurants have a history of weeding out gay chickens.

ATLANTA - The president of the Cluck Cluck Filler Restaurant Chain, Danny Caloric has issued a statement which states that his company is going on record to say that they are an anti-gay marriage establishment.

Mr. Caloric, who says he is still married to his first wife and he will remain married to her no matter what, stated that he has decided to come out of the 'kitchen' to let America know where his fantastically successful company stands.

The Cluck Cluck Filler president went on to say that the institution of marriage should only be between a man and a woman [i.e. a husband and wife].

He pointed out that he is such a fanatic about the whole concept of gayness that his company is probably the only chicken producer in the nation who weeds out gay chickens while they are still in their chicken coops.

Caloric was asked what his company does with gay chickens. He smiled as he took a bite of a chicken wing and said that he was not at liberty to say.

When asked if he is concerned that gay people will boycott his restaurants and refuse to patronize them he simply shrugged his shoulders and said that it would be no problem since the vast majority of gay people do not eat chicken anyway.

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