In celebration of KFC's 60th anniversary, KFC Canada is giving customers the chance to capture their best fried chicken-eating moments (we're guessing) with a brand new bucket of chicken that prints polaroids.
It's called The Memories Bucket, and according to Buzzfeed, it's a "Bluetooth powered polaroid printer attached to the bottom of a chicken bucket." As for how it works, customers take pics with their phones, turn on the printer bucket, then send the pic to the printer using their Bluetooth and it prints out.
So far, the fast food company is staying tight lipped about further details on the bucket, like how to get one, but they will be giving away a few to customers at some point. While we've never thought, 'let me take a selfie while chowing down on this KFC wing,' we wouldn't be too surprised if folks scrambled to get one.
On KFC Canada's Facebook page, a ton of people flooded the comments about it, with one writing, "Omg I want one! How do I get it?" and another saying, "A bucket of chicken that prints polaroids?? Where do I sign up!?" This thing is about to take off.
Unfortunately, the Memories Bucket will only be available in Canada. So, customers in the States will have to stick to their regular buckets of chicken and generic photo taking techniques for now.
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