At the start of the New Year, most people make resolutions—especially when it comes to dieting and their health. Chick-Fil-A added its two cents on the topic by listing its own suggested dietary tips, like eating smaller meals every few hours. However, SB Nation‘s Rodger Sherman pointed out a fatal grammatical flaw in Chick-Fil-A’s suggested “nugget diet.”

https://twitter.com/rodger_sherman/status/692412323873591296

Sherman’s tweet went viral, eventually catching the attention of Chick-fil-A corporate.

Chick-Fil-A responded by posting three charts to illustrate what they really meant.

Of course, Chick-Fil-A mentions that it doesn’t expect customers to eat at its restaurants all three meals (*wink, wink*), but, “whether you’re eating more protein (no, not nuggets every three hours) or avoiding wheat or still clinging to that New Years’ resolution (very impressive, BTW), we have some suggestions.” Just some suggestions—right.

[H/T Jason Kirk]