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KFC’s Modern Chicken Littles Have Nothing on the Originals From the 80’s

Chicken Littles

 

A couple of years ago, the TV was on in the background, and my daughters were watching some show that I usually wouldn’t give two damns about.  It was probably something like iCarly or Hannah Montana, or some other drivel from the embarrassment that is modern Nickelodeon.    The show went to commercial and I carried on with what I was doing. All of a sudden I was hit by a bolt of delicious lightning! For on the tv behind me, I was hearing a commercial for KFC’s return of the Chicken Littles sandwiches!!! I bolted to the tv just to see and hear the end of that commercial that advertised the return of the greatest hand-held chicken sandwich in history.

I immediately started making plans to visit my local KFC to once again dine on this fine treat.  I couldn’t make the trip immediately, and it was a couple of days later before I rolled into my local KFC and ordered my Chicken Littles with great excitement.

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I was horribly disappointed when I unwrapped the precious sandwich that I had missed for many years.  “What is this? This ain’t no Chicken Little!  What kind of sick joke are these people trying to pull here?”

You see, in the 80’s, when they were known as Kentucky Fried Chicken and not the metro sounding KFC, they had the perfect sandwich. The original Chicken Littles were the size of a common White Castle Slider or Krystal Burger. In fact, it featured the same kind of bun. It had a simple, thin chicken patty on it along with a pickle and a thin spread of mayo. It was simple. It was perfect.

 

Chicken Littles

 

As I’ve stated before, my mother and I ate out a lot when my dad traveled. At the time these were in stores, I want to say you could pick up Chicken Littles for 3 / $1.00 or something like that, which made it a simple choice to say yes to for my mother.

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