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    In A Shocking Twist, You Can Now Buy Chick-Fil-A On A Sunday

    It's certainly the most elaborate prank I've ever heard of.

    If you’ve been to or heard of Chick-fil-A, chances are you know that it’s closed Sundays.

    Chick-fil-A statement explaining why they're closed on Sundays, that the founder made the decision in 1946 "so that he and his employees could set aside one day to rest and worship if they choose"
    Chick-Fil-A / Via chanhassencfa.com

    Well, not anymore (sort of)! Someone decided that enough is enough and has found a loophole to get some of those pesky chicken sandwiches on a Sunday.

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    Allow me to introduce you to MSCHF Sunday Service, a company whose sole purpose is to sell Chick-fil-A sandwiches on a Sunday.

    Sunday service "Get a sandwich" for $6.66
    MSCHF Sunday Service / Via mschfsundayservice.com

    This is the first of a few times that I will mention this: The effort is not even remotely associated with the actual restaurant Chick-fil-A, in case that wasn't clear from the website's graphic design.

    How? Easy. You fill out the form on the website and wait for MSCHF Sunday Service to send you a purchase link that you'll use to order your sandwich.

    "Order for Delivery" form for $6.66 sandwich, with name, phone number, and zip code to be filled out
    MSCHF Sunday Service / Via mschfsundayservice.com

    The sandwiches come from actual Chick-fil-A restaurants, so we can assume that they'll be sold on Sundays after having been bought the day before.

    A chicken sandwich with pickles
    Chick-Fil-A / Via chick-fil-a.com

    The classic chicken sandwich retails for $5.76, and MSCHF Sunday Service is selling it for $6.66. Again, this has no association with Chick-fil-A. 

    You may be asking, "Why do this?" Luckily, MSCHF Sunday Service has its manifesto written on the site, complete with "chicken sandwich as devil" imagery.

    Manifesto: "Certain American values to hand in hand, for example, conservative Christianity pairs perfectly with a correspondingly devout faith in the 'free market'. ... Let's take advantage of the hole in the market"
    MSCHF Sunday Service / Via mschfsundayservice.com

    So, essentially, we're looking at a very elaborate (and amusing) scheme to troll Chick-fil-A, a company that has inspired many boycotts over its philanthropic endeavors.

    A chicken walking on grass
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    Specifically, throughout its history, the company has donated to several anti-LGBTQ charities, which massively sucks.

    What do you think of this next-level prank? Will you try to get your hands on a Sunday chicken sandwich?