Colonel-San

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There are waaaaay too many things wrong here. The polkadot yukata for example. Did the Colonel ever serve watermelon in the Kentucky Fried Chicken franchises? Not in my memory. But to tell the truth, I’m ticked that KFC doesn’t deliver their buckets o’ artery-clogging flavor to my house anymore. I can only take so much pizza.

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10 Responses to “Colonel-San”

  1. Cooper Green Says:

    Even worse, that man looks to be a bit shiny. Stuffed and polished, just like Trigger. Is nothing sacred?

  2. planetross Says:

    KFC is the most expensive of the so-called fastfood shops in Japan … and their sets don’t even include a drink! … and no gravy available!!!
    I still go once in a while though to get my grease quota topped up.

    note: apologies for my truancy lately.

  3. Bunk Strutts Says:

    Coop– Crappy taxidermy is crappy. There’s even a website dedicated to it.

    plane– No gravy? Blasphemy! Is it called Kyoto Fried Chicken there?

  4. honorarynewfie Says:

    He looks like the way Bonnie and Clyde ended up in the movie after 8 trillion bullets had ripped through them.

  5. Bunk Strutts Says:

    honor– That movie scene made me cry. What a waste of a 1934 Ford in running condition.

  6. honorarynewfie Says:

    I’m glad it’s not just me….

  7. Bunk Strutts Says:

    honor– It’s always only you. =)

  8. wheels Says:

    In the anime “Project A-ko,” there’s a scene where Col. Sanders is apparently the monster (or at least, the bad guy) in a horror film.

  9. theliteraryhorse Says:

    Awesome. Totally jaw dropping awesome. Nice work Bunk.
    I find him strangely compelling in translation.

  10. Bunk Strutts Says:

    wheels– Ronald McDonald would be a perfect Japanese movie monster.

    thelit– I miss KFC. Pope yes just doesn’t sound like fried chicken to me.

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