It's amazing how oddly and efficiently the drag queen trio in this video approach the notoriously anti-gay, foundational agenda of the Georgia-based fried chicken franchise Chick-fil-A in this video, simply by changing the lyrics "Hold on for one more day / things will go your way" from Wilson Phillips' classic pop tune "Hold On" to "Chow down at Chick-fil-A / Even if you're gay." What's even more awesome is how the song transitions into a Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes rap, circa "Waterfalls," at the 2:30 mark, with Willam Belli and friends Detox & Vicky Vox thigh-deep in some suburban mall fountain. The video is possibly NSFW (especially if you're presently working the fryer station at Chick-fil-A), but it's definitely funny. And very true: Someday somebody's gonna make you want to gobble up a waffle fry.
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