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Popeyes says you can have a chicken sandwich if you bring your own bun

Mashable Thursday, 12 September 2019
We thought Popeyes had toyed with our emotions enough for one year, but we were wrong.

The fried chicken chain, which temporarily discontinued its wildly popular sandwich last month after running out of ingredients, suggested in a tweet on Thursday that customers simply buy a three-piece chicken tender, bring their own pickles...
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Popeye's says you can make your own chicken sandwich, just bring your own bun and buy their chicken tenders.

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