As the nationwide shortage of Popeyes' virally famous chicken sandwich continues, the fast-food chain has a novel suggestion to keep the masses fed amid this crisis: invite diners to make a hacked version of "The Sandwich" using Popeyes' chicken tenders. and their own buns.
According to CNN, Popeyes says that the chicken sandwich will be returning to restaurants very soon.
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And while other restaurants may still have their sandwiches in stock, Popeyes was sure that customers would recognize their chicken as being the most supreme tasting. Per the ad, you can bring any type of bread cradle you want from hamburger rolls to hot-dog buns, but it better be sturdy, lest the filling topple out as one eater "discovers" in the commercial. It's basically The Sandwich! In the meantime, they're offering guests a way to ease their sorrows and cravings, with "Bring Your Own Bun". "Really it's just three tenders..." reads a description on one of the posts.
Womp womp, Chick-Fil-A.
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When Popeyes released its chicken sandwich, it quickly became a cultural phenomenon, with fans flocking to try it and taking to twitter to share rave reviews.
Unfortunately, Popeyes is not actually selling the proper fried chicken patty. The breaded chicken sandwich comes topped with mayo and pickles and rivals that of the infamous Chick-fil-A chicken, sandwich according to some customers.
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