Finally, all of America knows what southern sorority girls have suspected for eternity: Chick-fil-A is everything, and all other fast food chains are cheap (and less delicious) imitations.
A new study believes that Chick-fil-A’s U.S. growth might surpass McDonald’s in the next decade. Chick-fil-A could make between $6.3 and $9 billion dollars in sales by 2023, whereas McDonald’s might gain between $1 and $10.5 billion. This research is proof that Chick-fil-A is a major threat to burger chains (and my waistline, and my sanity on Sundays). This year, Chick-fil-A plans to open 103 new restaurants and enter two new markets: Connecticut and Rhode Island. Chick-fil-A might steal McDonald’s potential for U.S. growth, which makes sense because everyone knows that waffle fries covered in sauces far surpass the tastiness of a Big Mac.
Chick-fil-A is officially invading the North. It already overtook KFC, so now it just needs to knock down that clown, Ronald McDonald. Easy enough, but I still think it would be easier if Chick-fil-A was open on Sundays. After all, the best way to avoid a hangover is by smothering yourself in Chick-fil-A sauce (or at least that’s what I assume, while I’m slowly dying in bed every Sunday morning).