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Sunday, 10 July 2011

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Has anybody seen KFV?

Kentucky Fried Anchovy and Kentucky Fried Bison are to join forces to take on the might of the Chicken empire.

"If it turns out that KFA and KFB are not mighty enough to take on our rival," said Major Heartburn of KFA, "then we can call on our sister companies. We will be the largest chain of fast food restaurants in the world using initials yet!"

Kentucky Fried Dog, the Thai franchise are also looking to join in, as are Kentucky Fried Emu, who claim to have the largest of all the breaded legs on the market today. Kentucky Fried Frog and Kentucky Fried Horse are poised to launch in France the moment that they receive word, whilst Kentucky Fried Goat has taken advantage of suddenly lax tax laws in Greece to set up nationwide.

"Our African compatriots at Kentucky Fried Ibex and Kentucky Fried Jaguar are lined up ready," said Brigadier Frigadeer of Kentucky fried Bison. "While in Australia, Kentucky Fried Kangeroo and Llama are both currently very popular."

The Kentucky Fried Moose, Newt, Otter and Penguin are coming in to the centre of Canada from all sides, and Kentucky Fried Quail and Rabbit are set for the high-end diners of London's West End. Kentucky Fried Snake and Kentucky Fried Tapir are China's answer to the Japanese Kentucky Fried Urchin. Kentucky Fried Walrus has already become the number one (and only one) restaurant in Alaska. Africa is taken care of by Kentucky Fried Xerus and Zebra, naturally.

And what about KFV?

"Nobody's seen hide nor hair of KFV for quite some time," said Lieutenant Withnokey. "I guess velociraptors are hard to come by at the moment."

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