Saw this come down the news-wire yesterday:
For the first time in 68 years, the Colonel’s secret recipe is being moved from its safe at Kentucky Fried Chicken’s Louisville headquarters. They are actually using a high security motorcade to transport the recipe of eleven herbs and spices to an undisclosed location. Colonel Sander’s hand-written recipe is being moved temporarily to allow upgrades in the security around the safe that protects it. KFC says only two of its executives know the secret recipe. A third executive knows the combination to the safe where the recipe’s kept. And less than a handful of KFC employees know the identities of the three executives, who, by the way, are not allowed to travel in the same vehicle.
I hate to burst anyone’s bubble, but just thought I should let KFC know they can loosen security just a little bit. That’s right, guys. Unclench.
To be honest…and I know it’s hard to hear it…the chicken’s not that good. I mean…I’ve had just-as-good from a box in the grocery store. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t hate KFC, but seriously the chicken isn’t motorcade-worthy, nor is it CIA-level tasty. “Finger-lickin'” good is even stretching it, actually.
But at least now we have the plot for National Treasure 3: Book of Secrets No One Is Really That Interested In Stealing.