Fried chicken bath bombs exist and I feel so filthy, I’m gonna call the police
Vegans hate her!
by Katie Way
Hell is empty, all the devils are here and they smell crispy.
KFC teamed up with Japanese retailer Village Vanguard to produce a fried chicken-scented bath bomb, and it truly looks like one of the Four Horsemen of the Late-Stage Capitalist Apocalypse.
It also looks way more like a chicken nugget than the drumstick it's clearly supposed to resemble. What's that silver thing hiding? Is there a little bone in there that doesn't dissolve when the rest of the bomb is gone? Actually, no. Don't tell me.
In a twisted way, it almost makes sense. Bath bombs are fun. Fried chicken is fun. But the combination of the two into a single novelty product shakes me to my core.
Kfc and bath bomb. Classic self care combo pic.twitter.com/zakYqDLxUB
— apollo 2000 (@italodiscopolo) October 8, 2017
In the end, it's beyond me why anyone would be interested in soaking in the essence of fried chicken, but apparently the market exists because not everyone on Twitter is disgusted by the existence of this product.
Stuck in Iceland overnight in a private hotel room with a nice ass bathtub….but no KFC bath bomb RIP
— 👿 Scare-laney 🤦🏼 (@delaneyyyw) November 2, 2017
Somewhere out there in the world someone is drawing a bath using a KFC bath bomb… and that’s really giving me strength today.
— Mike Ollerer (@MikeOllerer) November 7, 2017
guys there's a KFC bath bomb and you can bet ur bottom dollar i'm using one to attract Sexy Soccer Mom/KFC Enthusiast Steve Harrington, stat pic.twitter.com/Gk7Qq5rmMj
— emma lord (@dilemmalord) November 2, 2017
No accounting for taste, I guess. Especially not the rich, greasy taste of KFC's fried chicken, tossed in a secret blend of 11 herbs and spices.
Call me back when there's a KFC Famous Bowl bath bomb, and then maybe we can get up to something.
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