FRAD CHICK`N SAMMICH! [Pic]

Submitted by: ElectricEye 3 years ago

It"s Sunday and you want Chik-Fil-A. What do you do? You could try this!
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Male 11,740
Everyone should ignore AvatarJohn. His last post proves that he only has 2 brain cells; one is dead and the other one is only firing randomly. Of course he`s in the South, so that`s pretty common. I just drove through the South last week and couldn`t believe how different it is from the rest of the country. It`s pretty sad and just plain scary in some ways.
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Male 324
AvatarJohn: That`s not the way most people I know use it. You is singular. Y`all (you all) is plural. I cringe when I hear people on TV shows trying to do a Southern accent and talking to one person as "y`all." It`s illogical. Maybe some people do, but I don`t hear it much. Some people say "all y`all," but I never hear "y`all" used in the singular.
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Male 1,059
FYI: "y`all" is singular. e.g., "Hey Fred, are y`all coming to get some Chick-fil-A?"

"All y`all" is plural. e.g., "Hey guys, are all y`all coming to get some sweet, sweet Chick-fil-A?"

P.S. I love how expressing support for a thousands-years-old tradition and foundation of modern society is now known as "marriage discrimination". But expressing support for sexual perversion and the destruction of a sacred, holy, foundational institution is called "support for marriage equality". Nice double-speak there.
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Female 2,691
Uhm, the subject was food, not grammar. STFU and eat.
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Female 6,381
Howler: You have a point there. I think we non-Southerners mostly object to hearing "y`all" when there are two people in the room. Also, we are quite comfortable saying things like "You all know Mr Brown..." or "You are all welcome..." That way people don`t think we`re talking about a two-masted sailboat, either.
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Male 324
Trust me: Y`all sound just as odd to us as we do to y`all. Non-regional dialect is a myth. :)

Also - fun fact: Many non-native English speakers choose to attend Southern universities. Why? Southerners tend to speak more slowly, making it easier to learn English here. So some the best-and-brightest from other countries end up here. Neat, huh?

One more point: English is in dire need of a pluralized "you" like many other languages have. I think "y`all" -- being a contraction of "you all" -- is probably the best choice. So don`t knock it. It`s a logical addition to the language, and I`m holding out hope that the rest of y`all adopt it. Thoughts?
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Female 1,236
Southern US accents make my skin crawl. Don`t know why, I`ve known several very lovely Souherners. Just hate the accents.
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Male 1,341
My youngest son was born on the west coast, and raised in North Carolina. He took on quite the weird accent and now that we`re back on the west coast we are trying to break it.. Could take a while.
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Female 43
If you put the breading ingredients in a plastic baggie (freezer size), you can shake and coat the chicken it it and transfer directly to the oil. Doesn`t make a sick mess. Shake `n bake! Or fry...
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Female 6,381
Oh! Thank you Squrlz!
The actual "southern accent" S&B ad showed up in the 60s and was SO different from anything we`d heard that we were mocking it for weeks! As northern kids, We thought the accent sounded hilarious.
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Male 2,729
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Male 6,227
@ Carmium: I found one of those commercials, Carmium. This one has twins--and they both "hay-yulped." LINK
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Male 6,227
@ Carmium: I remember those commercials. I just did a quick look up, and it appears they`re still making Shake `n Bake. Haven`t had that in eons. Kind of a time warp back to the `70s, in fact. Yes, picture this: A dinner of Shake `n Bake, mashed potatoes, and peas served with a glass of whole milk--followed by some Duncan Hines cake. Just the kind of dinner to eat after watching The Brady Bunch. LOL
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Female 7,838
I do not eat KFC or any other chicken from a fast food place for ethical reasons, but I quite like it. Making your own means you can use free range chicken or quorn- which works quite well. I recommend it!
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Female 1,478
I get it.. enough of these, please. If I want to find more recipies from this guy, I know where to go.
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Female 676
Never had Chick-Fil-A. Probably never will.
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Male 10,339
"Chick-Fil-A does sell hamburgers."

Please refer to h2oxy`s post, DethRose.
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Male 1,418
This was kinda posted before as a video "Chic-Fil-Gay"
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Female 280
Chick-Fil-A does sell hamburgers.
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Male 14,775
Can one not make a Karma-balancing donation to a gay-equality campaign equal to the value of the purchase?
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Male 307
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Male 1,243
I just looked it up and it says 10 minutes. If i followed this i`d do it 5-6 minutes per side.. you don`t want to get salmonella
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Male 1,243
BTW, is 6 minutes really long enough to cook chicken so it`s safe to eat?
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Male 1,243
time to split the community. better grab i-am-bored-and-want-to-cook.com
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Female 4,349
meh, I dont get it. Whats the fuss about fried chicken?
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Male 250
sigh, but this costs so much more.
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Male 37,909

I like a bit of cumin thrown in.
But yeah, that`s a fried chicken recipe.
If you want KFC then add a few more spices.
Google it, recipe`s available online
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Male 633
WTF - If I want recipes I`ll check out my wife`s face book page.
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Female 6,381
"FRAD" 8-D
Reminds me of the old Shake `n` Bake commercial:
Dad: "Mmm! Fra-a-ad checkin!"
Little girl: "It`s note frad! It`s Shayuk `n` Bayuk, an` Ah hy-ulped!

Anybody remember, or am I just making noise... as usual?
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Male 2,436
Ketchup? On chicken?

No.

Ditch the pickles and add mustard.
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Male 3,411
why do i feel like im being yelled at when i read this?
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Male 2,729
Link: FRAD CHICK`N SAMMICH! [Pic] [Rate Link] - It`s Sunday and you want Chik-Fil-A. What do you do? You could try this!
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