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July 18, 2007

Because Blessing Us With His Music Wasn’t Enough

By Worker Bee

Thanks, Dwight

And here you thought chicken fries were bizarre. Nugget, you’ve been outdone. Inquiring minds want to know: what’s next? Chicken spirals, perhaps? Chicken braids? Or how about a lovely tray of chicken cubes?

[tags] food, finger food, fast food [/tags]

TAGS:  humor

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10 years 8 months ago

This processed meat madness has got to end… doesn’t it???
People, your body is a temple, treat it as such!!

10 years 8 months ago

I know, isn’t it disgusting? Even deli meat grosses me out – it’s not actually sliced off the actual “breast” or “hind” or “end” or whatnot. Rather it’s ground and processed and assembled thanks to gums and sugars to resemble, for example, “sliced turkey breast”. Wow, yum. ๐Ÿ˜‰

10 years 8 months ago

Next step (from the past) is clearly Nabisco’s Chicken in a Biskit, which I first discovered a couple of weeks ago:

10 years 8 months ago

Dusty, you should google “hot dog pizza Japan”. Prepare to be horrified. ๐Ÿ™‚

10 years 8 months ago

Someday, my mind with shrivel and commit self-destruction upon realizing how much creativity is put into conceiving such crap, when I’m pretty positive we could do so much more–and so many more useful food-related things as well–with it, if only it were rightly employed.

Which reminds me how my friends tell me “you can eat Chicken nuggets if we go at McDonald’s, it’s healthy”, and I just feel like letting out the Gloat of the Century (because I’ve worked there, and *I* am not clueless about their ‘healthy’ options. Seriously).

10 years 8 months ago

We could do so many positive things for health and humanity instead of contriving this garbage. I couldn’t agree more, Kery.