Friday, September 24, 2010

Where have you been all my life?



Finally!

Someone has Finally(!) responded to the decades-old demand of American males in their twenties and thirties for a chicken sandwich we can order without having to ponder the painful question "do you want that on wheat or white?"

Finally(!) we can get fried chicken, bacon, and cheese in one nifty little package, with no danger of exposing our bodies to nasty carbs or (shudder) fiber!

Finally (!) guys of limited means can kill themselves with food while sticking to a tight budget. Back in the bad old days, you'd have to spend serious money stuffing this level of fat and sodium into your bloodstream. Well, KFC to the rescue- now you can speed your way to the grave with the change you dug out of the couch or glove compartment.

And now, we Finally(!) have a lunch worthy of our consideration after breakfasting on IHOP's cheesecake-filled pancake platters.

All we need now is for someone to come up with a good, wholesome dinner-- I don't think Long John Silver's Hush Puppies or The Olive Garden's Endless Pasta Bowl with Breadsticks quite fits the bill- and we'll have our Last Request menu in place.

But back to KFC for a moment- I want the names of the people who actually requested this Double Down monstrosity. Because unless you make your living doing liposuction or open-heart surgery, it's hard to imagine how the existence of this crud really enhances your life at all.

5 comments:

  1. I love how this commercial self-parodies with the word "unthink." Yes, you really need to be unthinking to believe that the Double Down is a good idea.

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  2. Yes- the first step to eating a Double Down is turning off the part of your brain that causes you to look before you leap.

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  3. It's as if they're competing for some sort of wretched excess award from an institute dedicated to celebrating revoltingly idiotic gluttony.

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  4. And if you eat enough of them, that nasty old brain won't bother you any more.

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