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May 05, 2009


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Thanks, good find

It makes me sick to eat their chicken.

Thanks! I used this today to eat lunch and manager's choice determines the pieces of chicken you get (stated on the coupon) AND you don't get to choose your sides: it's mashed potatoes with gravy & coleslaw. Just thought I'd let you know.

I wanted the baked beans instead of coleslaw. :(

But hey, beggars can't be choosers! I still enjoyed it.

Auditioning --

What two pieces did you get? Two wings? :-)

I used it today for my lunch, thanks to you FMF.

They actually gave me a choice for my two pieces. I selected a breast and a wing.

I got a thigh and a drumstick for my pieces. And I just said I wanted mac & cheese instead coleslaw, but the manager might've stopped her if he would've heard. It was still pretty greasy though (not a ton, but more than I like), I don't really like skin on chicken.

I looooovvvveeee KFC. Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. Their coleslaw isn't as good as it used to be, though. Now i'm hungry.

It's a shame that Oprah is promoting this garbage, and that's exactly what it is. It contains MSG and trans-fat among other unhealthy ingredients. Here's a detailed discussion of why KFC's grilled chicken is unhealthy.

KFC must be trying to compete with the delicious McRib sandwich from McDonald's; it's hard to resist those yummy painted-on grill stripes...

My wife tried to use this on Friday and was told that they could not honor it because too many had been redeemed but to go back on a download a raincheck. I think KFC's PR folks did not plan very well for the response.

Recent News reports conclude that your Grilled Chicken is a hazard...Please res;pond to these claims...I have always loved your chicken products .

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