Chick-Fil-A Fans Are Loving These Oddly Shaped Fillets

Chick-fil-A is a favorite among customers for its mouthwatering options like its refreshing strawberry milkshakes and their crunchy waffle potato fries. But the real stars at the fast food chain is their range of incredible chicken options — from its breakfast biscuit sandwich to its classic chicken sandwich. And if you can't tell, the brand takes its poultry very seriously. According to Entrepreneur, Chick-fil-A spent a staggering seven years and $50 million to get their grilled nuggets just right for their fans. 

If the restaurant put this kind of thought and care into nuggets, just imagine how much time was taken to create its signature spicy chicken sandwich. The delectable looking entree features a boneless breast of chicken that's spiced with peppers and comes on a buttered bun with dill pickle chips, per the brand's site. However, some patrons have recently realized their sandwich fillets have been coming in strange shapes.

Chick-fil-A customers react to bizarre chicken shapes

One Redditor took to the platform to share their Chick-fil-A meat that they believed looked like a chicken. Other commenters were quick to weigh in on the curious shape of the poultry. One wrote, "Probably tastes like one too," while another joked, " Lol I hope so." However, other users didn't think the chicken breast resembled a bird shape at all, saying it looked more like the country of China or a dinosaur. Then there was one commenter who didn't seem to care what shape it appeared to be, writing, "That looks good as hell."

Apparently, some of the chain's nuggets have also been taking on a weird form. Another Redditor posted a picture of their chicken, which looked like it had claws. They wrote, "I had my doubts, but this ended up being one of the most delicious nuggets of my life." After seeing the photo one user quipped, "Chicken foot, it happens." But most fans seemed to think the poultry piece looked like the fictional three-headed monster King Ghidorah (via Fandom). Whichever side of the fence you land on, it sounds like the chicken pieces still taste just as flavorful — even if they do have an odd shape.