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Frank in Colorado

TVWBB Super Fan
Have you noticed that it is now called "KFC" and not "Kentucky Fried CHICKEN?"
That is because their stock has been so genetically modified that they are no longer allowed legally to call them actual "chickens."
The franchises use so much of the product that they are bred without beaks or feet, hence the "KFC" moniker now.
Nowhere in the restraunts will you ever see the actual word "chicken" because legally they are not chickens anymore.











;-)
 

Bob Correll

R.I.P. 3/31/2022
Have you noticed that it is now called "KFC" and not "Kentucky Fried CHICKEN?"
That is because their stock has been so genetically modified that they are no longer allowed legally to call them actual "chickens."
The franchises use so much of the product that they are bred without beaks or feet, hence the "KFC" moniker now.
Nowhere in the restraunts will you ever see the actual word "chicken" because legally they are not chickens anymore.











;-)
Balderdash!
The word chicken is still used:
 
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Chris S in YEG

TVWBB Fan
Here's a twist... not a joke but rather a riddle:

A farmer died leaving in his will 17 horses to be divided among his 3 sons...

1/2 to the eldest,
1/3 to the middle son, and
1/9 to the youngest...

The probate court was left struggling with the math..

After much discussion they asked the advice of a very wise elderly neighbor farmer who solved the problem of how each of the sons should get the correct number of horses....

(Give it a try to answer... if someone cries uncle I will post the answer.)
The oldest son choose 1, the middle son choose 1, the youngest son chooses 1, the oldest son chooses 2, the middles son chooses 3 and the youngest gets the last 9.
 

 

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