Saturday, September 13, 2008

This Will Not End Well...

The pioneering fast-food chain Kentucky Fried Chicken has remained a successful company for decades. Part of KFC's success has stemmed from its delicious "secret recipe," which is one of the best-kept secrets in American business.

Recently, the headquarters wanted to beef up security surrounding the recipe, and they decided to transport it to a different location. Since keeping the secret safe is integral to their livelihood, they naturally chose the most trustworthy man for the job:

The recipe that launched the chicken chain was placed in a lock box that was handcuffed to security expert Bo Dietl, who climbed aboard an armored car that whisked away with an escort from off-duty police officers...

Dietl, a former New York City police detective, assured (the President of KFC) that the iconic recipe would be safe.

"There's no way, shape or form ... that anybody is going to get their hands on this recipe," he said. "And if they get their hands on this recipe, they have to take me with them."


This has "hijinks ensue" written all over it...

4 comments:

Queenpat said...

I "heard" from a friend of a friend, that Bo was attacked by a rabid PETA supporter, who yanked the briefcase from Bo's arm. The briefcase hit the floor and opened, exposing the KFC recipe...Bo, to save the secret, ate the recipe card.

No sides were mentioned.

Dee said...

Queenpat,
You are hilarious - are you sure you're not Rob?

I'm a PETA member and still laughed ;)

Al said...

Maybe he shouldn't be eating recipe cards, because recipe cards probably aren't all that nutritious...

Queenpat said...

I would be honored if I had a tenth of a smidgen of the talent Bartlett has. The only commonality we have is that we are both a tad not thin.