Wednesday was unofficially named Chick-Fil-A Appreciation Day, and fast-food aficionados and bigots the land over celebrated by lining up outside their local fried chicken franchise.

Luckily, Conan O'Brien has the perfect correspondent to give us all some perspective on the situation -- yep, Chaz the Intolerant Chick-Fil-A Chicken is back.

Because sometimes we all need to be reminded that "a bunch of fruits crowding around your nuts and a belly full of protein" is only as homoerotic as we let it be.

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  • Anti-Gay Chick-fil-A Commercial

    <a href="" target="_hplink">Jest</a> hit the streets to ask "real New Yorkers" to choose between their belief in gay rights and a free chicken sandwich. [<a href="" target="_hplink">WATCH VIDEO</a>]

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    Long before it became a national story, three drag queens <a href="" target="_hplink">sang about Chick-fil-A to the tune of Wilson Phillips' "Hold On." </a>