Chill! Chick-fil-A manager bans slang at his restaurant

Employees at an Atlanta Chick-fil-a may feel 'salty' after a newly-imposed rule by their manager.

A Chick-fil-A restaurant in Springfield, Va.
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A Chick-fil-A restaurant in Springfield, Va.

The chain's manager, named Eric, compiled a list of blacklisted slang words his employees are no longer allowed to use during work hours. Eric handed out the list to his employees with the warning, "You will speak properly when you walk through these doors."

An employee uploaded the infamous list to the social-networking website Reddit with the headline, "I work at chick-fil-A and Eric, our manager, is tired of our S*** ."

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According to the list, some of the banned slang terms include 'bruh', 'salty', 'ratchet', '3Hunnid' (as opposed to the more acceptable slang term, 'one hundred') and so many more.

One of the phrases even include 'Ebola'. Apparently the name of the deadly virus that has killed nearly 5,000 people is being used as a slang term. Employees have been accusing each other of having the virus at work.

At the end of the list Eric wrote, "You are a professional so speak professionally." Eric hopes the list will change the tenor of his workplace.

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Read the full story and see the full list of banned slang words on Daily Mail.