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Kentucky Fried Chicken's all-you-can-eat Mondays: Breasting and nesting

Why did the original- recipe fried chicken cross the road? To get away from the breasters and nesters at Kentucky Fried Chicken during its all-you-can-eat Monday special.

Any unlimited eat-hole cram promotion will attract a few opportunists short on dining etiquette, but a flock who lacked even basic social skills converged like a swarm of chicken hawks on the KFC at 366 Broadway last Monday. See also: - Three reasons why Kentucky Fried Chicken needs to work on its public relations - Kentucky Fried Culprit - PETA's ten-worst publicity stunts -- until the chicken

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Jenn Wohletz
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