KFC's Double Dog Down is the opposite of a yoga position. It's a cruel sandwich, and it's KFC's deadliest weapon in the fight against not having diabetes.
KFC's Double Dog Down is the opposite of a yoga position. It's a cruel sandwich, and it's KFC's deadliest weapon in the fight against not-obesity.
More specifically, it's a hot dog, covered in semen-cheese sauce, sandwiched between a fried chicken bun. Even more specifically, it's 962 calories of gastrointestinal hell trained to decimate non-diabetic America.
Mercifully, it's only available in the Philippines right now today and tomorrow, and there are no plans to add it to any KFC menus in the States for now. Might that be considered a form of international warfare? You decide.
Each store that carries it is only equipped with 50 sandwiches per day, and so far, it's sold out everywhere. We don't know what that says about local cuisine in the Philippines, but it can't be good.
Here's a IRL photo of it so you can look obesity in the face (oh cute, you thought that was mustard on there … )
Many people applauded KFC's effort to murder health, but others remained mystified by their nefarious culinary doings:
Of course, this isn't the first time KFC has tried to stuff meat in between more meat … in 2010, they released the original Double Down, which was something like 47 animals in one sandwich, and last year, they had the Double Down Zinger, which was a bacon cheeseburger inside fried chicken buns and an all around good impression of a meat Inception. Fuck.
All of this, is of course, KFC's way of telling you they know what you did last night.