As a person whose has never had Chik Fil A, I cannot understand why you would need to replicate itI saw one dipshit on twitter saying that you can easily duplicate chick fil a at home so you should boycott them... And just buy their sauce online.
Oh man, you reminded me of these guys. While it gave me a laugh, it reminded me.of stupid trollingFor context, one of the other things in the headlines right now is the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, who among their schticks have done parodies of the Catholic mass except the chalice they share is filled with fake semen.
In an article posted by Fox Business on May 31, writer Jon Brown seems to have discovered that Link is seen by many—including his own creators—as a relatively gender-neutral hero who anyone can relate to. The article links to a few stories about this topic, including this excellent one from Gizmodo, and seems surprised that an article like this exists alongside the site’s other Zelda stories.
Then we, inevitably, get to the point where the Fox writer calls The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom a “children’s game” and suggests that outlets like PBS are trying “to make a children’s video game about gender identity.” Which would be a very bad thing, apparently. Don’t you know, kids might accidentally read an article about the game and…turn gay? Trans? Whichever is the worst thing right now in the right-wing outrage machine.
The article then decides to include a tweet from the awful propagandist Libs of TikTok and yell about The Sims 4 including chest binders and top-surgery scars. Again, Fox Business seems to think that all video games are designed and sold exclusively for children. And kids can’t be exposed to real-world concepts like gender, sex, trans people, scars, or anything like that!