Homosexuals had hoped hoped to strike a blow against the chicken firm. They planned to answer the pro-family turnout on Wednesday, which broke all sales records.
Thousands of people showed up for that event to support Chick-fil-A President Dan Cathy for his public support of traditional marriage.
Only a few showed up for the labeled "Kiss-In" last Friday at Chick-fil-A restaurants across the country. Homoxexual leaders had said couples would turn-out at Chick-fil-A's and kiss a member of the same sex. It did not turn out as they planned.
The words "Tastes Like Hate" were painted on the out of side of a restaurant in Torrence, Calif. "The president of the company has the right to say what he feels, just like gays and lesbians do, but when you destroy someone's property ... it only creates negativity," Denise Spenser, told The Los Angeles Times.