Hilarious Chick-fil-A Rap Pokes Fun at the Restaurant’s Squeaky-Clean Image
Week = made.
A rap about Chick-fil-A is the mid-week treat we never knew we needed.
In a now viral video for his parody song "My Pleasure," comedian Jaron Myers hits Chick-fil-A company culture square on the head. Myers, who hails from a small town in the middle of the Bible Belt, lovingly pokes fun at the beloved restaurant chain's signature quirks, from its incredibly wholesome staff to its fresh-squeezed lemonade. A dancing cow is just the cherry on top.
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Myers appears in the video as the stereotypical Chick-fil-A employee: polite, devout, cheerful, and an all-around community hero. He mows lawns, helps old ladies, and even saves children from burning cars—but not on Sundays, of course.
If you like Chick-fil-A as much as we do, you're going to love this video. Don't thank us, it was our pleasure.