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(MSN)   While most of you settled down to turkey and dressing on Christmas day the people of Japan tucked into their festive "Party Barrel" from Kentucky Fried Chicken   (msn.com) divider line
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2021-12-27 5:09:01 PM  
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2021-12-27 6:13:25 PM  
That was interesting
 
2021-12-27 8:09:10 PM  
Are you thinking of Thanksgiving?  Why would people have turkey on Christmas when they just had that cardboard tasting foul bird a month ago?
 
2021-12-27 8:26:28 PM  
Really?
Green number 4 about Japan, KFC and Christmas?
We get it, they have issues.
Quit giving us issues with it!

We get it. You are fark Admins. You are bored, restless and apparently never eat real food.
That doesn't excuse your thinking that everyone else is the same.
Try a farking shrimp or something!
Taco Bell is not fine dining, you morans!
 
2021-12-27 8:47:12 PM  
With no photo of the barrel in question??
 
2021-12-27 8:57:24 PM  

Percise1: Really?
Green number 4 about Japan, KFC and Christmas?
We get it, they have issues.
Quit giving us issues with it!

We get it. You are fark Admins. You are bored, restless and apparently never eat real food.
That doesn't excuse your thinking that everyone else is the same.
Try a farking shrimp or something!
Taco Bell is not fine dining, you morans!


All of this ^
 
2021-12-27 9:21:09 PM  

Gough: With no photo of the barrel in question??


It's...just a bucket or box of chicken. Choice of flavors. Oh, and there are no mashed potatoes and gravy over here.

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2021-12-27 9:31:23 PM  

Omnis_evil_twin: Gough: With no photo of the barrel in question??

It's...just a bucket or box of chicken. Choice of flavors. Oh, and there are no mashed potatoes and gravy over here.

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Thanks.  From TFA, it sounded more elaborate, organized, and...well...Japanese.
 
2021-12-27 9:42:27 PM  
Just yesterday I remarked I hadn't seen the usual XMAS Japan KFC article. Life is normal again.
 
2021-12-27 9:44:06 PM  
Ah the season Japanese people eat kfc article ,for when you need to crank out a article before new year's. Atleast the commercials are interesting 
KFC Christmas Japan All Commercials
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2021-12-27 9:53:55 PM  
Who does turkey on Christmas? We had standing rib roast. Turkey's for Thanksgiving, ham's for Easter (to prove you're not Jewish).
 
2021-12-27 9:56:38 PM  

edmo: Just yesterday I remarked I hadn't seen the usual XMAS Japan KFC article. Life is normal again.


"Normal" is a relative term...

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2021-12-28 12:12:49 AM  
I'm still recovering from a week of cooking, and KFC is starting to sound like an attractive option.
/Until next year.
 
2021-12-28 1:20:32 AM  
I figured a Kentucky Christmas would involve a lot more bourbon.
 
2021-12-28 8:31:01 AM  

WordsnCollision: edmo: Just yesterday I remarked I hadn't seen the usual XMAS Japan KFC article. Life is normal again.

"Normal" is a relative term...

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Also,

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/hot
 
2021-12-28 1:43:57 PM  

WordsnCollision: edmo: Just yesterday I remarked I hadn't seen the usual XMAS Japan KFC article. Life is normal again.

"Normal" is a relative term...

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I think he needs new glasses.  He's squinting.

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