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Frank Talks KFC and Polaroid Cameras (Not Separate Topics)

Published on October 23, 2015

Those chicken people at KFC have placed a Bluetooth Polaroid printer at the bottom of a bucket of legs, thighs, and breasts. Frank shows his 30-year old antique Polaroid and tries to plug a Firewire cable into a….You don’t want to know.

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By Alan Roberts on Oct 23, 2015

I wonder if the KFC -Kentucky Fried Camera is low on transfats or at least makes you look thinner after eating your way through a bucket of KFC

 

By Michael Riebesehl on Oct 23, 2015

Hey Frank
I wonder how the got this past FDA approval? Maybe it helps to develop your chicken!

 

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