At first we didn’t think it was real but after discovering that it really did belong to KFC, we had to ask why.
We’re not entirely sure what inspired the social media advert but it definitely seems to be getting through the advertising clutter… the post has already had over 12 000 shares in less than 24 hours and may be crowned as the weirdest advert, ever!
The picture features a woman making out with a gigantic piece of KFC chicken with the caption: “Start off your year with what’s truly important: being close with loved foods.”
And the post, which has now gone viral, has had many mixed reactions from users with the majority thinking its super funny.
Jonathan Barthuly commented: “Everybody, calm down. This is weird but funny. I’m ok with this. Now I know if I want to be kissed I need to be fat greasy and golden.”
Jevin Caras added: “Is that The Thing from Fantastic Four?”
Carol Lynn Foster posted: “I want to eat my chicken not take it to bed..lol!!”
Justin Layne Well added: “As much as I love this picture, I’ve seen Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs. And when the food got this big, the result was not good.”
Milinda Boyer said: “Just when I thought your ads couldn’t get any weirder….”
Patricia Morgan added: “This is disturbing”
We’re sitting on the chicken-fence on this one, not sure how we feel about it. But you can decide for yourself by checking out the full advert below:
Hey… I’m the official good things guy & this is my space where I find & share good things with you.
I decided to create this space where amazing, inspiring and incredible stories could be shared. The world is filled with so many good things and good people... you just need to open your eyes & see them!
Social media gives us a great platform to do a whole bunch of good stuff we just need to make the decision to use our own platforms to stop impressing each other & rather impact & inspire each other.
So… if you read a story & love it, share it… use your own social media sites to inspire your own followers to live a little better and smile a little more. It costs nothing, and means the world!