Despite the stereotype that African-Americans love them some fried chicken, the majority of customers of Kentucky Fried Chicken (or KFC, for you hipsters) are most likely of the Caucasian persuasion. Common sense dictates that this is the case because America is still the land of Caucasia, a fact that is lost on KFC’s global marketing staffs in how they advertise their product.
In this first example, Australian viewers are treated to a white person’s — and KFC’s by proxy — opinion of the preference for fried chicken by those of West Indian descent. Set your faces to stunned!
Yeah. The charming accent don’t erase racism, douchebucket.
Oh, and speaking of accents, KFC doesn’t think much of Asians as well. Remember their huge marketing push for Kentucky Grilled Chicken? The original commercial was like a visual version of “one of these things is not like the other.” See what that one thing is here:
I personally can’t wait for the next big product from KFC. Maybe their Triple Down sandwich — which I assume is under production after the stunning masterpiece/heart attack known as the Double Down — can contain three fried chicken breasts and a heaping side of Muslim hatred. Till that fertile ground, KFC!