Why don't they call it Kentucky Fried Chicken anymore?
Why don't they call it Burlington Northern Santa Fe anymore?
I used to think the logo was just the colonel's head on top of a stick figure body. like the Pep Boys
But can this new breed of 'chicken' give consent to being eaten?
Pic unrelated. Just weird.
A bucket of chicken with two sides and a box of biscuits is somewhere around 20 bucks. This is intended to feed a family, let's just say an average family of 4, could easily all eat this.
A typical meal for one at any fast food place can run you about five bucks....so, four meals from say McDonalds will be around 20 bucks
KFC isn't much more expensive than any of their fast food competitors, its how these places all stay in business
I'm saying you can get a meal for one for five bucks, I usually get two Big Macs and a large fry, that will cost a lot more than five, but you CAN get a meal for five bucks which is the point
Popeyes is superior because it's crunchy, but I like both. I grew up eating KFC only because my family was loyal to that brand, they always said Popeyes was for naggers, they definitely play up the old black soul thing in their ads so marketing effects what places people eat
The birds raised for KFC have been genetically modified to the point that legally it can't be called chicken.
Reminder that the people who believe that KFC gets fined for saying chicken are the same people who fight for weed legalization and vote for Bernie Sanders