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Fried Chicken Scented Candle


It's finger lickin' good, and now it'll be waxy drippin' good too.

Kathy Werking, of Kentucky for Kentucky, has created this amazing/ridiculous Kentucky Fried Chicken candle, so that your home can smell just like a fast food restaurant - all the time.

Sadly, they are extremely limited edition, with just 25 being made, so either get in there quick when they go on sale tomorrow (Friday 22nd November) at 10:30am or, alternatively, get a boneless bucket delivered every hour for the same experience.

(Image: Kentucky For Kentucky)

[via Neatorama]


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