Video: Chick-fil-A Doesn’t Really Make ‘Fresh-Squeezed’ Lemonade and the Internet Is Shook
You may be surprised to learn that the holiest fast food chicken restaurant, Chick-fil-A, doesn't actually make fresh-squeezed lemonade. I could have sworn that it was advertised as fresh, but who knows? Chick-fil-A isn't a place I frequent often because honestly, the food just tastes like homophobia to me. Not a fan.
A Chick-fil-A worker posted a TikTok of themselves making that delicious lemonade, and it appears as though the lemon juice comes straight out of a bag. The video is captioned, "make Chick-fil-A lemonade with me."
I'll be the first to admit that it seems near impossible to make that much dang lemonade by hand every single day, so I don't really blame them for cutting corners. But the internet is up in arms over it now. It's as if we have all been lied to.
One of the main complaints in the comments is the use of sink water, but it's likely purified, so no big deal. Nobody seems too concerned with the lemon juice coming straight out of a bag. It's probably just as good as if it was squeezed by hand, and there isn't really much of a difference, honestly.
Do you feel like Jesus' favorite restaurant has betrayed you? Some of the commenters, especially previous employees that actually hand squeezed the lemons, do:
"When I worked there we had to squeeze them" - Big Skye
"OMG when I worked there they had me squeezing lemons by hand" - Asyera
"Wait a minute...since when do they have bagged lemon juice? I quit because they had me squeezing lemons." - Shelby
"I remember when they used actual lemons, no wonder it tastes different." - Geminiguice
"You mean to tell me yall not back there cutting lemons and hand squeezing them?!! I'm hurt." - Sammie
Have you ever worked a Chick-fil-A and squeezed a crap ton of lemons? Comment below or on our Facebook page if you remember the good old days, or if this is no secret to you at all.
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