WFSB – ATLANTA (CBS46) – It’s being called the Chick-fil-A Diet.
On the side of the restaurant’s bag, they offer ideas “for healthier living.”
One of those tips says,”Kick of the New Year by adding one healthy habit to your routine. Here’s a good one: Eat smaller meals (like an 8-count pack of grilled nuggets) every three to four hours.”
My name is Ballgame. I’m 29 years old. And I’m an addict. But that’s not my problem. My problem is that I cannot fulfill my addiction due to the lack of Chik-Fil-A’s in the greater Boston area. I’m in a constant state of withdrawal and as it turns out based on the above ‘diet’ it’s actually making me even more unhealthy than I already am. I get Chik-Fil-A cravings only a pregnant woman could even begin to understand. Granted I’m not exactly the grilled chicken type but if I could do shots of Chik-Fil-A sauce with it I’m sure I could handle grilled over breaded. Plus, according to this Chik-Fil-A bag going grilled would keep me looking hot so I could make a sacrifice for that. Chik-Fil-A needs a massive expansion into Massachusetts ASAP so I can continue to feed my addiction and get better looking at the same time.
This reminds me of the documentary Supersize Me where the guy eats McDonald’s every meal for a full month. That movie’s always pissed the hell out of me. Of course that guy’s body shut down when he ate McDonald’s every day, he wasn’t built for it. He ate healthy, worked out, was like 40 years old. He can’t handle the McDonald’s grind for 30 straight days. I could have done the McDonald’s challenge in college in a heartbeat (assuming it kept beating). I’d attempt it now too and put my life on the line because that’s how much of a thorn it’s been in my side all these years. It’s all about physical and mental preparation. No better example than this than my good friend Don Gorske, Big Mac Enthusiast: