This is one email I wouldn't want to be the one to send: Chick-fil-A alerted its customers that they are experiencing industry-wide shortages.

According to WTRF, Chick-fil-A has sent an email to its customers that outlines its rationing limits for condiments at its restaurants.

Now, if you've never been to a Chick-fil-A restaurant (My pleasure!) to order the grilled nuggets to drag through their signature sauce, then you haven't taken a breath. According to Chick-fil-A, their signature sauce is nothing more than an angel-kissed combination of three of their other sauces: Barbecue, Honey-Mustard, and Ranch, but it will cure all of your ills. For a minute, at least.

If you DO go to Chick-fil-A to order, you will now be limited on the number of dipping sauces you get with your order. WTRF posted the restaurant's email informing customers of the rationing limits on its sauces:

1 sauce per entree
2 sauces per meal
3 sauces per 30-count nuggets - WTRF.com

So, if I am reading this correctly, you'll get one sauce packet for each sandwich/salad/nugget order, and 2 sauce packets for each meal (sandwich or nuggets/fries/drink), and 3 sauces for the industrial shop-sized nugget order (30 pieces).

Tell me, is 1 sauce pack enough for 10 nuggets?  I will answer that question for you with another question: would you trust Elvis with your peanuhbuddaandnana sammiches??  OF COURSE NOT.

But, I digress: just dip the tip and, I promise, you'll have enough of their sauce. Hahahahaha!!! Just kidding: one sauce isn't enough for 10 nuggets, because with a sauce this good, YOU MUST DREDGE EACH NUGGET IN SAUCE UNTIL IT'S TOTALLY DRENCHED!

It looks like I'll be buying extra sauce packs next time I visit Chick-fil-A.

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