Wow. This is not something you see at the drive-thru window everyday. Recently, these Chik-Fil-A customers noticed the order taker really enjoying his job.
He was so happy, he was dancing.
We’re talking the I-just-found-$1,000 kind of dancing. There is no mention of why this man was so stoked to be passing out chicken sandwiches, but we are certainly glad for him. If you are going to be on your feet all day at work, this is a pretty good way to pass the time!
Chik-Fil-A might seem like a recent phenomenon if you are not from the Deep South, but the restaurant has been around for longer than you’d think. Founder Truett Cathy opened his first restaurant in Georgia in 1946, but it wasn’t until 1967 that Chik-Fil-A officially launched. That was when Cathy purchased a pressure cooker fryer that would make a fried-chicken sandwich in about the time of a hamburger. Since then, they have expanded to almost 2,000 stores.
While they are famous for their sandwiches (and dancing employees), the restaurant is probably best known for using cows as its mascot. The “Eat Mor Chikin” campaign has been around since 1995 and has become as big a part of American dining as the Golden Arches.