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I don’t understand the KFC ad?

I don’t understand the KFC ad?

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reyemh

"Your chicken could never [be as good as ours]" is essentially what they're saying.


Emperor_Kuzco

I think it means your chicken could never taste as good as KFC. Completely untrue.


Andrewk31

They're pretty high on themselves if you consider almost anything that is breaded and deep fried can taste good. Pretty sure I saw someone eat a deep fried shoe. Nutritional profile is probably similar.


LTC-trader

To be fair, theirs will still likely taste better than your shoe


Zeltron2020

It means you’re old 🤣


LTC-trader

Hahaha


bernwald0

Youthful people say it when standing for one thing over another. If Superman was on screen and did something cool I may say “Batman could never!”


sports2012

This post is what it was trying to achieve


Robertobias44

You Chicken would never taste as good as ours. 99% unsure.


illbzo1

Get people talking about it; it's working.


crateco

I’m sure a second blast of billboards will follow in the coming weeks/months…


mermaidbae

Ok boomer


midnorthman

cross the road? lol


lovebot5000

I mean, you’re talking about it. Mission accomplished.


Sp00ky_Electr1c

Way back there was some chicken franchise that said something similar which was *"This ain't your momma's chicken."* Same sentiment of being better than all the rest (even your momma's). I want to say it was Popeyes' but I'm not certain.


DarthGoodguy

Your chicken could never taste like this (because whatever the hell we serve isn’t chicken)


LTC-trader

What is it


DarthGoodguy

How much H.P. Love raft have you read?


mybestteapot

Haha thanks all! Appreciate the input. Let’s see what they come up with next


Stinadaisy

hit the YOUR like it's italicized.