how mad are you tho for real
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Re: Worst dining experience?
On the subject of fast food horrors, have had two experiences with KFC that remain infamously within my memory:
1) While this wasn't related to the food I consumed, while waiting at the till for one of their sundaes/ice creams, two teenage girls went up to the one next to me, where one of them claimed the other had found "a hair" in their fries.
As the complaining chit-chat carried on, I took a peek at the packet to find that the girl had not the best eyesight; there were multiple hairs in it. Infact, it literally looked as if some bullshitter in the back had picked up a patch of hairdresser floor clippings, and shoved it smack-dab in the centre of the packet. Although my own food was harmless, the moments leading up to when I had to check were petrifying, to put things light-heartedly.
2) When those "Krushems" or whatever started getting advertised a couple years back, they looked pretty froot-tasting to me. So I thought on the day me, my mum and stepdad were set for being headed 100 miles north-west to meet some of the latter's family, we would treat ourselves to one for the long road ahead without consumption.
Two things: Firstly, the 'drink' (putting it in the lightest sense) was slodgy, and didn't feel fresh at all. It was also the most chemical-tasting strawberry flavoured food I had ever eaten. Secondly, not even halfway down our journey, the effects of this product embroiled up inside my long-in-disdain stomach, and forced me to unload it outside the car on some dirt by the road, following a good hour of prolonging agony.
I have a feeling the deer, that probably ended up eating that bi-product, had a better experience than me.
Still eat there regularly, mind you ಠ___ಠ
TL;DR: KFC have very hairy vendettas against teenage girls, and my vomit being utilized as a profitable food product for forest wildlife is foreshadowed.