Expose your children to the glory of the Colonel ASAP because apparently they are more likely to know what the prophet Muhammad looks like than the KFC spokesperson.
A recent survey showed that the once loveable Colonel, with his artery clogging goodness, has all but been forgotten by today’s youth. Over 60% of Americans between the ages of 18 and 25 couldn’t identify him in the KFC logo. Even worse, 50% believe he’s “made-up.”
I know who this handsome devil is, though apparently most young adults in America aren’t away of his child molester-like stare.
Likely, people are more concerned with KFC’s new logo, which seems to be a plethora of sandwiches that are guaranteed to cause heart disease upon entrance to your oral orifice.
Overall this is probably a quality problem since the future of adulthood will be more likely to turn to whole foods that are actually good for them instead of the glory that is yellow 5 and genetically engineering chicken with bacon strips.
Worst case scenario, Colonel goes away forever to join the ranks of Wendy and Popeye in the land of forgotten fast food icons. Best case scenario, KFC comes up with a sandwich that causes death upon consumption.
One can dream