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A Chick-fil-A customer in Arizona has tweeted his outrage to the popular fast food chain after he was shocked to find an employee used the term 'ugly sweater' to identify him.

Daniel Graham, 22, says he found out about the description from his server Jordan, after he was accidentally given the order ticket meant to be used among staff.

He shared a photograph of carry out order of 30 chicken nuggets and a large fries from 1.39pm on Monday in Flagstaff.

'It was NOT MY PLEASURE TO EAT CHIC FIL A TODAY,' Graham wrote in a tweet referencing how employees commonly reply 'my pleasure' during service.

Daniel Graham, 22, tweeted Monday: 'It was NOT MY PLEASURE TO EAT CHIC FIL A TODAY'. By Sunday, his post had almost 150,000 likes, 17,000 retweets and 700 comments

Daniel Graham, 22, tweeted Monday: 'It was NOT MY PLEASURE TO EAT CHIC FIL A TODAY'. By Sunday, his post had almost 150,000 likes, 17,000 retweets and 700 comments

He shared the image of his $19.79 30 chicken nuggets and a large fries purchase ticket from Monday afternoon in Flagstaff, Arizona on Twitter

He shared the image of his $19.79 30 chicken nuggets and a large fries purchase ticket from Monday afternoon in Flagstaff, Arizona on Twitter

A second image of Graham in a car selfie with the rude hand gesture showed his knitted garment featuring multiple rows of patterns.

One person noted: 'Okay but ugly sweater is what cute sweaters like that are called sir.'

Another replied: 'I agree, especially considering the fact that ugly sweaters are actually like a style currently.'

It bears similarities to some items of clothing worn at 'ugly sweater' parties that have gained popularity over the past two decades.

As old TV shows and movies made audiences nostalgic for the items synonymous with unwanted holiday gifts from grandparents, even design houses such as Dolce & Gabbana have cashed-in on young people wearing them as anti- statements.

Many Twitter users expressed that they liked the sweater and asked where it was from, to which Graham replied 'Goodwill'. 

 

Many Twitter users expressed that they liked the sweater and asked where it was from, to which Graham replied 'Goodwill'. Graham was forced to explain his choice in food

Many Twitter users expressed that they liked the sweater and asked where it was from, to which Graham replied 'Goodwill'. Graham was forced to explain his

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