Get Free Wings at Hooters on Valentine’s Day by Shredding a Picture of Your Ex

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If there’s one thing that Hooters isn’t known for, it’s Valentine’s Day and true love. For many, it’s more like lust.

Either way, Hooters’ new promotion is giving customers a reason to get over past loves and perhaps pain with promises of free boneless wings.

That’s right — all you need to do is buy 10 boneless wings on February 14 and shred a photo of your ex. If you do that, Hooters will give you 10 more boneless wings, for free.

Granted, most love-scorned lovers may have one issue with all this, and that would be that rarely do people print out pictures. Instead, they tend to reside on their phones.

Free Hooters!

Alas, Hooters has a solution for this, too. All you have to do is a “digital shred,” or hit the delete button on your ex, and Hooters will send you a coupon.

Basically, Hooters wants your business, and it isn’t very difficult to find a reason to go there on Valentine’s Day. After all, nearly everyone has been dumped. Now is your chance to get a meal out of it.

“Whether you’re on the rebound or still reeling over your last relationship, all guests are welcome to ease the tension and pain by destroying photos of their shred-worthy ex, using shredders provided at participating Hooters restaurants or virtually at Hooters.com/ShredYourEx.,” a statement released by Hooters read. “Those who participate online will receive a digital coupon for the deal.”

Hooters went on to announce that all of this offers the “perfect opportunity for those newly single to cater to their true heart’s desire — Hooters world-famous chicken wings.”

Yeah, sure. It’s about the wings, right?

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