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Chick-fil-A lovers go crazy over this chicken nugget box hack

Rebelander Basilan
Nov 24, 2018
05:00 A.M.
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Many people are going insane for this Chick-fil-A chicken nugget box hack.

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It was recently discovered that the hole in the chicken nugget box could be used to speed up eating while at the same time driving, as reported by Today.

Consuming this favorite food on the road is now more comfortable.

On November 11, Twitter user, #GBTG, shared a photo which started a chicken nugget feeding craze online.

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This hack just changed their nugget struggle forever.

A lot of Tweeters were stunned by the creativity.

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"I’ve worked at cfa for 4 years.. I’ve never seen such innovation," one user wrote.

Other users commended it as a pure stroke of brilliance.

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The hack also inspired other important uses of the straw as a holding gadget.

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One person theorized that the containers' holes weren't intended for straws by any means.

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"Those tabs are to mark the type of food going in the box, not for putting your straw in it. If you look at it on the back it’ll say other, nugget, and strips," she tweeted.

In an interview with Today Food, a representative from Chick-fil-A confirmed that the Tweeter was correct.

The representative explained that the little tabs exist so restaurant staffs can recognize what's in the box.

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However, according to the representative, the chicken chain isn't "recommending customers put the straw through the hole — that’s just not what it’s intended for."

Chick-fil-A is an American fast food restaurant chain headquartered in the city of College Park, Georgia.

It was established in May 1946 and operates more than 2,200 restaurants, primarily in the United States.

The restaurant offers customers catered selections from its menu for special occasions.

Chick-fil-A restaurants are closed for business on Sundays and on Thanksgiving and Christmas.

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