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 Post subject: Re: KFC crisis - UK
PostPosted: Wed Feb 21, 2018 9:28 pm 
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Deep fried chicken is disgusting, and you should be ashamed of yourself if you eat it.



“You should be ashamed of yourself” :lol: :lol: fvck off snowflake

Everyone needs a bit of filth once in a while :nod:

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Sefton wrote:
The gravy is salty goodness.

I never understood why the UK KFC doesn't serve it with mashed potato.


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Sefton wrote:
The gravy is salty godness.


Oh yes baby. You’ve probably not experienced the potato and gravy pot though- only select countries. With the soft bread bun to mop it up with.


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Yourmother wrote:
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Deep fried chicken is disgusting, and you should be ashamed of yourself if you eat it.



“You should be ashamed of yourself” :lol: :lol: fvck off snowflake

Everyone needs a bit of filth once in a while :nod:


Snowflake? WTF?

I'm not offended by you eating it, I pity you. You should feel deep shame if you eat that gross shit.


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 Post subject: Re: KFC crisis - UK
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Zakar wrote:
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Deep fried chicken is disgusting, and you should be ashamed of yourself if you eat it.



“You should be ashamed of yourself” :lol: :lol: fvck off snowflake

Everyone needs a bit of filth once in a while :nod:


Snowflake? WTF?

I'm not offended by you eating it, I pity you. You should feel deep shame if you eat that gross shit.


Everyone needs a bit of gross occasionally :thumbup:


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 Post subject: Re: KFC crisis - UK
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Zakar wrote:
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Deep fried chicken is disgusting, and you should be ashamed of yourself if you eat it.



“You should be ashamed of yourself” :lol: :lol: fvck off snowflake

Everyone needs a bit of filth once in a while :nod:


Snowflake? WTF?

I'm not offended by you eating it, I pity you. You should feel deep shame if you eat that gross shit.


We are doing just fine, petal. :thumbup:

“You should feel deep shame if you ...”

:lol: :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: KFC crisis - UK
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Zakar wrote:
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Deep fried chicken is disgusting, and you should be ashamed of yourself if you eat it.



“You should be ashamed of yourself” :lol: :lol: fvck off snowflake

Everyone needs a bit of filth once in a while :nod:


Snowflake? WTF?

I'm not offended by you eating it, I pity you. You should feel deep shame if you eat that gross shit.



The shame is the best bit. Mmmm, deep fried shame.


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 Post subject: Re: KFC crisis - UK
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KFC is my least favourite fast food chain, I go maybe once a year tops and it’s the nearest big chain to my house. Very very oily and not even cheap, would rather have a burger or pizza or a kebab tbh


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I call on any Aus based poster to knock on Zakar's door and chuck a wicked wing at him. Hopefully the grease will stain his shirt.

Activate the Thomas-signal.


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 Post subject: Re: KFC crisis - UK
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The only item of merit in KFC is the Zinger Tower Burger, although I did like that burger with sliced chicken and cheese between two breasts of chicken. The one that drove everyone insane for some reason.


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Jay Cee Gee wrote:
I call on any Aus based poster to knock on Zakar's door and chuck a wicked wing at him. Hopefully the grease will stain his shirt.

Activate the Thomas-signal.

Thomas could not in all good conscience waste a wing.


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 Post subject: Re: KFC crisis - UK
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Sefton wrote:
Jay Cee Gee wrote:
I call on any Aus based poster to knock on Zakar's door and chuck a wicked wing at him. Hopefully the grease will stain his shirt.

Activate the Thomas-signal.

Thomas could not in all good conscience waste a wing.


Ok, chuck the gnawed on remnants of a quarter pack at him. With any luck he'll get that weird sharp bit from a drumstick stuck in his eeye.


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 Post subject: Re: KFC crisis - UK
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A kebab at the end of a pissy night is one thing...

going through the whole KFC thing, the 'menu', the ordering, the harried staff robotically processing customers like chicken sexers on hatching night is another matter entirely.

It's so trashy, so bogan, so chavtastic its....


practically Welsh.


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Bullettyme wrote:
The only item of merit in KFC is the Zinger Tower Burger, although I did like that burger with sliced chicken and cheese between two breasts of chicken. The one that drove everyone insane for some reason.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RcZXbu36Mjg


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 Post subject: Re: KFC crisis - UK
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Jay Cee Gee wrote:
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The only item of merit in KFC is the Zinger Tower Burger, although I did like that burger with sliced chicken and cheese between two breasts of chicken. The one that drove everyone insane for some reason.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RcZXbu36Mjg


:lol: now I want one.

Great cure for a hangover.


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 Post subject: Re: KFC crisis - UK
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Yourmother wrote:
Why is there no thread on this?

A huge proportion of KFC shops closed and nothing? What’s wrong with you people? Threads started on things as minor as bad weather, yet we have here a major bloody crisis!




To be honest, I never have it. But for some bloody reason I now want it. Is this some clever marketing stunt?


We're currently in deep mourning in Newport at the loss of such a fine dining establishment.


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 Post subject: Re: KFC crisis - UK
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Yourmother wrote:
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Deep fried chicken is disgusting, and you should be ashamed of yourself if you eat it.



“You should be ashamed of yourself” :lol: :lol: fvck off snowflake

Everyone needs a bit of filth once in a while :nod:


Snowflake? WTF?

I'm not offended by you eating it, I pity you. You should feel deep shame if you eat that gross shit.


We are doing just fine, petal. :thumbup:

“You should feel deep shame if you ...”

:lol: :lol:


Ok sweetheart, enjoy the most disgusting food known to man, you fat fudge. I've happily eaten rotten shark, would never eat that alleged food served by kfc again.


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 Post subject: Re: KFC crisis - UK
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Jay Cee Gee wrote:
I call on any Aus based poster to knock on Zakar's door and chuck a wicked wing at him. Hopefully the grease will stain his shirt.

Activate the Thomas-signal.

That wing will be well cold by then. Zakar lives about 2 miles from me


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 Post subject: Re: KFC crisis - UK
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Help! Where's my chicken!?

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 Post subject: Re: KFC crisis - UK
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I do like fried chicken but as my favourite piece is spicy wings which was introduced by the KFC competitors I go to them. I often buy the 4/5/6 wings + chips deal for ~£2.
KFC did not do spicy wings last time I was there maybe 20 years ago now. They are also 33% more expensive. I'll stick with the competitor.


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KFC is an odd one. Smells great, tastes ok (sometimes), but totally makes you feel like shit trying to digest it. I probably only have it a couple of times a year.

This is the opposite of a good curry that smells like shit, tastes great, and you don't even digest it because it's curry and searing arsehole on the way out again.


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I can't remember the last time I went but I always found it odd that McDonalds tastes the same everywhere but KFC can vary even in the same restaurant between crispy and greasy, good chicken and bad etc. It's a gamble.


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Andalu wrote:
I can't remember the last time I went but I always found it odd that McDonalds tastes the same everywhere but KFC can vary even in the same restaurant between crispy and greasy, good chicken and bad etc. It's a gamble.


Probably the least consistent of the chains imho. Not that I go there often :blush:


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Oddly, Japanese KFC is much better


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 Post subject: Re: KFC crisis - UK
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KFCs apology :lol: pretty good I have to say.

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 Post subject: Re: KFC crisis - UK
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Bullettyme wrote:
Jay Cee Gee wrote:
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The only item of merit in KFC is the Zinger Tower Burger, although I did like that burger with sliced chicken and cheese between two breasts of chicken. The one that drove everyone insane for some reason.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RcZXbu36Mjg


:lol: now I want one.

Great cure for a hangover.

You are forgetting the awesomeness that was the short-lived KFC double down.

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Wtf is that?


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dinsdale wrote:
Bullettyme wrote:
Jay Cee Gee wrote:
Bullettyme wrote:
The only item of merit in KFC is the Zinger Tower Burger, although I did like that burger with sliced chicken and cheese between two breasts of chicken. The one that drove everyone insane for some reason.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RcZXbu36Mjg


:lol: now I want one.

Great cure for a hangover.

You are forgetting the awesomeness that was the short-lived KFC double down.

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That's the one I mentioned above! Couldn't remember the name. Pretty pretty pretty good.


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 Post subject: Re: KFC crisis - UK
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I live in the northwest of Ireland, close to Norn Ireland, and there are more KFCs than McDonalds, but I can never remember KFC having much of a presence further when I lived in other parts of the country. Seems to be a very Nordie thing.

And it’s far more appealing to the nose than the stomach. Fairly sickening shit. x(


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guy smiley wrote:
A kebab at the end of a pissy night is one thing...

going through the whole KFC thing, the 'menu', the ordering, the harried staff robotically processing customers like chicken sexers on hatching night is another matter entirely.

It's so trashy, so bogan, so chavtastic its....


practically Welsh.

What the actual feck :shock:


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Nothing can beat a good kebab, hungover, sober, pissed out of your skull. It's the food for all occasions (no frozen mass produced meat though).


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Bullettyme wrote:
Nothing can beat a good kebab, hungover, sober, pissed out of your skull. It's the food for all occasions (no frozen mass produced meat though).


As long as it isn't a doner Kebab. The biggest pile of sh@t you can eat.


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eldanielfire wrote:

As long as it isn't a doner Kebab. The biggest pile of sh@t you can eat.



Not when you are completely shitfaced it isn't.


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I live in the northwest of Ireland, close to Norn Ireland, and there are more KFCs than McDonalds, but I can never remember KFC having much of a presence further when I lived in other parts of the country. Seems to be a very Nordie thing.

And it’s far more appealing to the nose than the stomach. Fairly sickening shit. x(

Donegal? Try my former wife's place in Portnoo.


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eldanielfire wrote:
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Nothing can beat a good kebab, hungover, sober, pissed out of your skull. It's the food for all occasions (no frozen mass produced meat though).


As long as it isn't a doner Kebab. The biggest pile of sh@t you can eat.


Nah, fair enough they are greasy as fudge, but if you get a kebab house where they make their own doner and bread then you're sorted.

Or you can get the kofte or chicken which are usually nice too.


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Bullettyme wrote:
eldanielfire wrote:
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Nothing can beat a good kebab, hungover, sober, pissed out of your skull. It's the food for all occasions (no frozen mass produced meat though).


As long as it isn't a doner Kebab. The biggest pile of sh@t you can eat.


Nah, fair enough they are greasy as fudge, but if you get a kebab house where they make their own doner and bread then you're sorted.

Or you can get the kofte or chicken which are usually nice too.

Kebab shops near me make their own doner. It's fûcking lush.


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Kebab shops near me make their own doner. It's fûcking lush.


Definitely. I'll only get a doner from places that make their own, there's only a couple of shops that do in Dublin though so it's easy to overdo it.


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DHL getting a kicking here but rumour has it that KFC are also to blame for not being accurate on such trivial things such as 'our product needs to be transported on chilled trailers' when they did the RFP tender. Have heard of drviers being stuck for 7 hours, and trailer loads of chicken rotting as it didn't have a chilled unit to go into.

I wonder what the ratio is between A. sales KFC have lost by shops being shut, B. the cost saving of DHL over Bidvest over say a year, and C. how much extra sales KFC will get once the snowflakes get to gorge themselves on their shitty fried food ?

it may well be that in long run, KFC will actually benefit from this all, and build on brand loyalty.


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backrow wrote:
DHL getting a kicking here but rumour has it that KFC are also to blame for not being accurate on such trivial things such as 'our product needs to be transported on chilled trailers' when they did the RFP tender. Have heard of drviers being stuck for 7 hours, and trailer loads of chicken rotting as it didn't have a chilled unit to go into.

I wonder what the ratio is between A. sales KFC have lost by shops being shut, B. the cost saving of DHL over Bidvest over say a year, and C. how much extra sales KFC will get once the snowflakes get to gorge themselves on their shitty fried food ?

it may well be that in long run, KFC will actually benefit from this all, and build on brand loyalty.




No, this will hit the bottom line and the share price. It's very bad publicity and I imagine the COO of KFC will be strung up by the bollocks.


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It was all fine until this happened

http://fortune.com/2018/01/26/kfc-femal ... l-sanders/


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