Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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"Pope Yes" Chicken

Pro-life fast food
 
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This fast food chain would be like "Popeye's" but with a "pro-life" spin to it. The mascot for "Pope Yes" would look like Popeye, but wear a Mitre. No eggs would be sold -- or harmed in the operations of this restaurant chain. Calendars would be prohibited from chicken houses so as to prevent the use of the rhythm method. On the other hand, and in the true spirit of the "pro-life" movement, the punishment for all chicken crimes, no matter how small, would be immediate death, quartering and boiling in oil.
JesusHChrist, Jan 28 2013

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       In parts of the US Midwest the fatty nub at the rear of a cooked chicken is often (derogatorily) called the "Pope's Nose". This might be a particularly appropriate specialty offering for these restaurants.
jurist, Jan 28 2013
  

       Ordering on-line is simple due to paypal infallibility.   

       Oh, [fries], you slay me. That took me a moment to get.
normzone, Jan 28 2013
  

       Amhen.
UnaBubba, Jan 29 2013
  

       Nice one [2fries].
bigsleep, Jan 29 2013
  

       priceless, [2 fries]
theircompetitor, Jan 29 2013
  

       [2fries] is really better than an entire Happy Meal!!
xandram, Jan 29 2013
  

       + [2fries]
phundug, Jan 29 2013
  

       uhthankyouverymuch... I'll be here all week.
Tip your server.
  

       The existence of any kind of church demonstrates that we are not fortunate to live in as an advanced period of history than has been let on.
rcarty, Jan 29 2013
  

       Somewhat baked. er... Fried in the form of Chick-Fil- A.
RayfordSteele, Jan 30 2013
  

       gr. "[...] in as advanced a period of history as has been let on."
pertinax, Jan 30 2013
  

       Wrong. Than is correct. Contrasts the period of history with the one that has been let on.   

       You're just suggesting how you would say it, but I haven't been considering your opinion for a long time, nor do I intend to start.
rcarty, Jan 30 2013
  
      
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