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KFC has made a Croc that smells of chicken

If you’ve ever wanted a perfect definition of madness this is it.

James Lewis posted in BBQ
1y ago

There was once a time when wearing Crocs was considered to be about as trendy as listening to Vera Lynn or not picking a fight with someone on Twitter over trivial obscurities. Now, in this bold age, Crocs are an essential fashion item.

However, fans of the slip-on shoes have for a long time been neglected of one critical necessity that they may not have ever considered: yes, their feet are suitably attired and totally safe with a bit of coloured foam, but why isn’t there a lingering stench of fried chicken? Thankfully, a solution to this oversight has now been revealed in the form of KFC styled and scented Crocs.

Yes, the chicken giant has teamed up with Crocs to produce a pair of shoes decorated with a print of the Colonel’s iconic fried chicken and red and white squares. Plus, each individual shoe is adorned with an incredibly realistic chicken leg attachment that is designed to smell just like actual KFC chicken. Hopefully there will be gallons of genuine grease oozing out of them as well in order to perfect the Kentucky experience.

The official name of the shoe is the KFC X Crocs Bucket Clog and it will only be released for a limited time priced at $59.99 a pair – ironic for a product based on bargain buckets. We can at least hope that they will be of better quality than KFC’s fries.

The KFC Crocs are due to arrive this spring so you’ve still got a few weeks to find a cave to live in and escape the insanity of humanity forever.

One thing owners can certainly look forward to is opening up a whole new world of “why did the chicken cross the road” jokes.

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Comments (3)

  • Erm, okay that is... unique

      1 year ago
  • I believe there’s something that I have heard about a fool and his money that might apply here. Seriously stinky foot fried chicken 🤢

      1 year ago
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