- KFC (Organizations, Companies, and Products)
"From what I've heard. 'Cause the only buckets I order come in Original and Extra Crispy."
Fast-food eatery specializing in greasy fried chicken, buttermilk biscuits, and mashed potatoes and gravy. In the early 1990s, the company took a shortened form of its original name, "Kentucky Fried Chicken," in the absurd hope that the elimination of "fried" in the name would make people forget that batter-soaked fowl, dredged in flour and plunged into grease, was an unhealthy gastronomic choice. Over the years, KFC has introduced popcorn chicken, grilled chicken, and other choices, but its two venerable menu offerings are old-fashioned buckets of Original and Extra Crispy, the latter of which I'm betting Veronica is a fan.
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