Hooters giving free wings to customers willing to shred photos of their exes

Have you recently suffered an agonizing, debilitating, heart-wrenching breakup that consumes your every waking thought and has you constantly wondering where it all went wrong?

Well, good news! A number of participating Hooters restaurants would like to give you 10 free wings!

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The restaurant chain has announced that its annual “Shred Your Ex” promotion is back, during which customers can destroy a photo of an ex in exchange for 10 free boneless wings — with the purchase of any 10 wings — to enjoy at a participating Hooters location on Feb. 14.

Customers don’t actually have to bring photos of their exes all the way to Hooters, either: The restaurant has set up a website where heartbroken Hooters fans can upload pictures of their former flames to be virtually shredded, burned, buried or pelted with darts in exchange for a coupon.

“This is the perfect opportunity for those newly single to cater to their true heart’s desire — Hooters world-famous chicken wings,” the restaurant said in a press release.

“This is the perfect opportunity for those newly single to cater to their true heart’s desire — Hooters world-famous chicken wings,” the restaurant said in a press release. (Hooters)

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Once at their participating Hooters, patrons are then required to order “any ten wings” before redeeming their 10 free boneless wings doused in their choice of “17 craveable sauces and dry rubs, such as new Texas BBQ, Caribbean Jerk or Garlic Habanero.”

“This is the perfect opportunity for those newly single to cater to their true heart’s desire — Hooters world-famous chicken wings,” the restaurant added in a press release.

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The restaurant further said more than 40,000 people took part in last year’s “Shred Your Ex” promotion, and that it hopes to break that record “with even more crushed participants looking to have their faith in love restored,” presumably via chicken wings.