There is more to KFC than chicken, and we are not referring to cups of sweetcorn or crispy popcorn. We are talking about the chain’s entertainment section. Apparently, the Colonel has a video game to his name, called Colonel Quest. The aim is to collect as many fried drumsticks as possible, and that is not all.
The Colonel also has a comic book. “The Colonel’s Adventure” covered his extreme life and leads to the mysterious discovery of his superpower — making the perfect fried chicken.
This next fact might seem super weird and untrue, however, we are afraid to say that this is all authentic and legit. This is all true, and please, do not try this at home. KFC crocs are an actual thing, and there are even two versions to choose from.
The first is a simple classic croc clog with a KFC touch. The second kind has the bottom part designed with the famous chicken bucket, and the top part has chicken pieces printed all over. If that's not enough, it even has removable fried drumsticks. Oh yeah, Kim Kardashian has a pair. Why? Because of course she does.
Is It Pizza? Is It Chicken? It's Both!
In 2019 the rules of fast food changed. KFC and Pizza Hut joined forces and created the most extravaganza pizza the world has ever known. The popcorn chicken pizza was everything you could dream about and combined two favorite chains into one.
Imagine a classic pizza topped with mountains of mozzarella, dotted with crispy chicken popcorn, and sprinkles of sweet corn. This is as good as it gets.
Jack McCullough founded the first soft-serve ice cream in 1938. McCullough described his new products as "the queen of all dairy products," which is how the name "Dairy Queen" was born. Their famous Blizzard was invented almost 50 years later and is a best-seller even today.
Now, even though we consider Dairy Queen as ice cream, according to "ice cream rules," the soft serve is not real ice cream. Real ice cream must consist of at least 10% butterfat, and Dairy Queen has only 5%.
Domino's Pizza has taken delivery a few steps forward. In fact, miles and miles forward. Their first attempt at deliverer-free pizza was in 2016 in Australia. This first attempt wasn't successful, and in 2017 the chain gave it another try.
As of today, the automatic robot system does not fully operate, however, this innovative way of delivering pizza might take the world by storm. Remember, if you do one day come across a robot that delivers your takeaway, Domino's was first.