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KFC Selling Chicken Prom Corsages

Fast food chain KFC has announced that for a limited time during prom season, it will sell corsages made from fried chicken drumsticks on a bed of baby’s breath, which will sell for $20 and include a $5 KFC gift card. What do you think?

  • “My daughter’s dress would look better with something from Burger King.”

    Bob Crider
    Seminar Instructor
  • “Twenty dollars? I’ll make my own chicken corsage, thank you.”

    Mary Frerichs
    Unemployed
  • “We weren’t supposed to eat the flower ones?”

    Philip Marchman
    Line Cook
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