The Top Five Slang Terms Employees Can't Use at Chik-fil-A

Chik-fil-A always seems to be in the news for something: This month, Denver Chik-fil-A stores will be blessing customers with free Chick-n-Minis every Monday in November in the restaurants and the drive-throughs. It's a struggle to recall a time when Chik's wasn't shooting free food from effin' stadium cannons to lure diners into restaurants and distract attention from the company's less than awesome stance on certain social issues. And speaking of socializing, an alleged Chick-fil-A note from a manager made the rounds on social media last week outlining popular slang terms employees were banned from using while on the clock.

Here are the top five slang terms you can't use at Chik-fil-A. Some of these terms should be outlawed because they are stupid anywhere, but Chik could offer more free food with a side of humor just for kicks.

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Jenn Wohletz
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