I'm Frying Out Here: KFC Chicken Scented Sunscreen

August 23, 2016


Because the world is full of terrible ideas, this is KFC's Extra Crispy Sunscreen. The lotion is a limited edition SPF30 sunscreen that smells like fried chicken. Obviously, I'm going to drink it even though they say not to because you can't make things that smell so good and not expect people to eat them, it's not fair. I can't even tell you how many candles and air fresheners I've tried. Honestly though, I don't want to smell like fried chicken. What if I go to the beach and seagulls try to carry me away? I saw them work together to lift a whole cooler once for a couple half-eaten sandwiches and Capri-Sun pouches. And then there's the sharks. If sharks can detect smells in the water in concentrations as low as one part per ten billion, imagine when they catch a whiff of 210 pounds of fried chicken trying to bodysurf.

Keep going for a video in case you needed a video.

Thanks to Laurie and Ooeeahchu, who are holding out for Taco Bell Doritos Locos Tacos sunscreen.

  • Xockszky

    Alternatively, you could get a job at KFC, then you'll smell like KFC to the point of being nauseated by it.

  • Frédéric Purenne

    I cannot fandom how people eat at KFC. We went there 3 different times, twice in Canada and once in the US. My whole family were all sick each time afterward. Mind you, I primarly eat fatty foods rather than salty or sugary.
    We went a third time in the States just to test if it was any different. NOPE!

    Funny enough, I think this product is more appealing than the actual food.

  • GeneralDisorder

    I really like how KFC smells but I find the product to be mostly inferior to other restaurant style fried chicken.

  • Meh

    A product made (most likely in China), for Americans only. I can't imagine this selling anywhere else..

  • bluecheesedressing

    Years ago, I read that KFC in Japan is actually more popular than in the USA (in volume consumed per person). I could see this doing well there and maybe Aussieland.

    Per capita consumption data for Japan seems out of spec- but check out the country with the highest number of franchises per person:

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