Early Friday, KFC Australia quickly deleted and apologized for an ad campaign tagged as “#NSFW” that featured a woman reaching for a worrisomely large pixelated item thrusting forth from her partner’s lap.
They really don’t seem to understand their core demo, since most of us would desperately love to forget any trip to KFC.
Well, that’s certainly...uh...a thing.
Setting the trees on fire was actually part one of his cunning plan.
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Thanks to a new Food and Drug Administration ruling, not even movie theaters and pizza shops will be safe havens for calorie overloads anymore. Every shop, picture house and chain restaurant must list their menu's calorie count. Merry Christmas and Happy Thanksgiving!
A woman in China who had just been dumped by her boyfriend decided to go grab some comfort food from KFC to deal with the pain and ended up staying at the restaurant for a week straight because she "needed time to think." Don't even pretend like you haven't been there.
According to anonymous sources, there is a mountain of evidence that proves the story of the three-year-old girl who was asked to leave a KFC because of her scars is a hoax.
I have no idea what to make of this information. Apparently KFC, that place that sells the chicken fried in the style of Kentucky, has taken up the charitable cause of aiding awkward teens choose a partner to get gussied up with, eat dinner with, and then grind up on to crappy Top 40 hits. Man, viral marketing is…
One of them, unsurprisingly, is via Carl's Jr.—the Western X-tra Bacon Thickburger. The point is shoved home via a fake Mystique morphing into a beefy dude before she takes a bite.
Starting Sep 5, KFC will be selling these deep-fried corn potage fritters in their Japan "restaurants" for a limited time, describing their process as,“We bread the corn potage and cook it to a crisp.” Yikes? Or Yes?
The most offensive UK advertising campaign of all time is a 2005 KFC ad that features emergency hotline workers singing with their mouths full of crispy chicken, according to the Advertising Standards Authority, which released new data this week detailing all of the complaints they've received since the 1950s.
KFC launched their new pink bucket campaign yesterday, which they hope will result in the largest ever donation to breast cancer research. Monday also saw the debut of the "Double Down." How are these things related? Marketing.
- Michael Phelps isn't really looking for a girlfriend. "I am 23 now and if I went out with a girl she wouldn't see much of me until I get past 30," he explains. That's just silly! Ladies see plenty of you. When you're wearing a swimsuit. [Daily Express]
- David and Victoria Beckham's "car crash" was actually just a car…