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Old 09-22-2017, 02:24 AM   #1
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When my mom was a teenager she loved eating Popeye's Chicken and she thought the chicken tasted impressive. I tried Popeye's Chicken myself and it was good and they have good biscuits too. It's hard to believe that Popeye's Chicken is very popular and they seem to have competition with Kentucky Fried Chicken and Church's Chicken
Has anyone ever eaten at Popeye's Chicken?
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I have a Popeye's right near me and its good. There biscuits are good. The only thing is that the side dishes could be a little bigger but there good too.
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I love Popeye's myself.
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It's hard to believe that Popeye's Chicken is very popular and they seem to have competition with Kentucky Fried Chicken and Church's Chicken

What's hard to believe about it?
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lol. I find the statement a little puzzling myself.
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sorry i don't like popeyes!! i think three chicken too tough & hard to eat!! i only eat there once or twice!!
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What I mean is that Popeye's Chicken has a flavor of it's own. My mother and I tried Popeye's Chicken when my mom and I were driving to the mall and we stopped to get something to eat and we found Popeye's Chicken and we liked the taste and the biscuits were also great and then we tried Popeye's Chicken again and they changed owners and the food wasn't the same but Popeye's Chicken was a fun experience for us to try a new chicken place
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What I mean is that Popeye's Chicken has a flavor of it's own. My mother and I tried Popeye's Chicken when my mom and I were driving to the mall and we stopped to get something to eat and we found Popeye's Chicken and we liked the taste and the biscuits were also great and then we tried Popeye's Chicken again and they changed owners and the food wasn't the same but Popeye's Chicken was a fun experience for us to try a new chicken place
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This doesn't explain what's hard to believe about Popeye's being popular.
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I recently ate Popeyes back on September 29th when i ate the 1/4 Popcorn Chicken meal, it tastes real good when i tried it.
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Popeye’s chicken and biscuits were a lot yummier when i was a kid in the 80s. Of course they must have had more trans fat back then.
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I won't go to the Popeye's Chicken that's near me... they have lousy service.

If I stop by K-Mart before the West Park one closes...I'll stop by the Popeye's Chicken that's near by.
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Popeye’s chicken and biscuits were a lot yummier when i was a kid in the 80s. Of course they must have had more trans fat back then.

And gluten. Don't forget the gluten.
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I like Popeye's chicken, but I prefer Roy Rogers chicken.
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I love Popeye's Chicken. So juicy and the skin is great.
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Popeye’s chicken and biscuits were a lot yummier when i was a kid in the 80s. Of course they must have had more trans fat back then.

I believe both Popeye's and it's sister chain Church's used to cook their
chicken and other fried foods such as Chicken Fried Steak, Fried Okra, Fries,
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