Quite a few Texas State students were curious why a nearly nude young woman covered in Chick-fil-A waffle fries and ketchup was lying across a lunch table outside with only a stack of napkins covering her nether regions. We thought it might be a PETA protest, or maybe even a protest against a Chick-fil-A franchise opening on campus.

Behold the ritual application of ketchup.

If anyone could explain what’s going on, it would be the site Total Frat Move, and sure enough, a student “reporter” on site gave the rundown. Dillon Cheverere reported:

Texas State student Grier Brown tipped me off, and when I asked him what her message was this time around, he had this to say: “That men only see women as ‘something to eat’ or an object to do whatever with instead of a person. So the napkins with ‘all you can eat’ cover her nether regions.”

… This statement/experiment/whatever-you-want-to-call-it is a bit unfair, if you ask me. I’d eat Chick-fil-A waffle fries off a public restroom floor. And yeah, I might dabble in these fem-fries despite the awkward nature of it, but it would have everything to do with how good the fries are and zero to do with the looney feminist under them.

When he refers to her message “this time around,” our waffle-fry girl is famous on campus for her previous stunt, during which she sat blindfolded and naked in the quad to make a statement about the objectification of women.