Twitter's my morning paper. It's my favorite news source. Why? Simply put, it's entertaining, it's informative, it's insightful. And this morning on the old timeline, there happened to be one tweet that encapsulated all those tent poles:
What in the plot twist did I just see here? Twitter user @_ashleyc_ shared photos of what appeared to be a perfectly good piece of fried chicken that actually revealed itself as an ice cream bar. The sorcery is strong and mystifying with this snack. This is why people have trust issues.
A closer look at the packaging reveals that this pump fake in dessert form is identified as 'Not Fried Chicken' by Life Raft Treats, made up of waffle ice cream, a chocolate cookie bone, caramelized white chocolate, and corn flakes serving as its crunchy batter. Now since I enjoy a good smoke and mirrors show as much as anyone and have fried chicken as my favorite dish of all time, I knew I had to get my hands on some 'Not Fried Chicken'. A quick Google search revealed their availability on Goldbelly, which lead to an immediate purchase of a 9-piece bucket of 'Not Fried Chicken'.
Stay tuned for the subsequent content and commentary coming once they arrive and here's hoping that I don't swan dive my mouth face first into the bucket before I capture said promised content.