KFC Selling A Fried Chicken Smelling Log

The KFC 11 Herbs & Spices Firelog goes on sale on Thursday.

The log costs $18.99 and can be purchased online.

On Thursday, the chicken chain announced that it would debut the KFC 11 Herbs & Spices Firelog. When lit, the log will smell like the chain’s fried chicken, it said.

Shoppers can buy a log for $18.99 at KFCFirelogs.com starting Thursday.

“At KFC, we have always been proud of our role in bringing loved ones together at the dinner table around a bucket of our world-famous fried chicken,” Andrea Zahumensky, the chief marketing officer of KFC US, said in a statement. “Now, this winter we’re bringing all the things we love — family, friends and fried chicken — together around the fire with our scented firelog.”

KFC is known for its sometimes bizarre marketing ploys.

In 2016, the chicken chain gave away 3,000 bottles of Colonel Sanders’ Extra Crispy Sunscreen, which smelled like fried chicken. The lotion quickly sold out.

So for the price of a family sized bucket, you can enjoy the scent of it’s famous 11 herbs and spices fireside. 

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Robot Doctors Did Surgery On A Grape, The Internet Made It Hilarious


Surgeons at Edward Hospital in Naperville, Illinois used the da Vinci Surgical System, which costs nearly $2 million. To
practice their robotic doctor skills they used fruit instead of real humans. A video of a surgery on a grape was published in 2010.

Then there is this video showing the robot arms stitching up the patient after they did surgery on a grape and it is truly incredible.

Twitter and Instagram exploded with funny puns, hilarious jokes, and awesome “they did surgery on a grape” (TDSOAG) memes.

 

 

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Even  Burger King and Wendy’s jumped on the “they did surgery on a grape” phenomenon to get some free publicity.

Last May, surgeons in Australia posted their surgery on a grape on Twitter. The tweet gave a behind-the-scenes look at doctors using the da Vinci Surgical System to perform an operation on a fruit. Dr. Declan Murphy, an oncologist from Melbourne, was the surgeon in the video and says that the patient’s name is “Grapey McGrapeface.


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