There’s a KFC near my house that has a special promo every Tuesday where you can get two pieces of chicken for $1.49. That’s right, one dollar and forty-nine cents gets you a thigh and a drumstick in your choice of Original, Extra Crispy, or Grilled. Get the Extra Crispy. Always get the Extra Crispy. But seriously, how can they sell two pieces of chicken for $1.49 and make a profit? That’s less than seventy-five cents for a piece of chicken. Where are they getting these chickens from? I’m not sure if I want to know the answer, but I know I can’t stop eating it. It’s too good of a deal for decent fast food. I’m not ashamed to admit that I know that two orders of the KFC Tuesday Special costs exactly $3.24 after tax. Sometimes I’ll even bring exact change. If I’m going to be frugal, I might as well go all out.
Critically Rated at 12/17
Written, Rated, and Reviewed by Brendan H. Young