KFC JAPAN TO RELEASE BATH BOMB, AKA SOAP, SPA D’FRIED CHICKEN
Thank you, Asia, for taking something as familiar as KFC and taking it to a galaxy far, far away, but still awesome. KFC Japan has just come out with a fried chicken scented bath bomb, in what has to be the first of its kind. So, if you want to smell delicious and exactly like your favorite bucket of fried chicken, now you can smell finger licking good. The soap is, of course, shaped like a drumstick and when used will release “an explosion” of all 11 secret herbs and spices. Think spa in a bucket.
100 WINNING FANS FIRST TO SMELL LIKE THEIR FAVORITE BUCKET OF CHICKEN
KFC Japan has partnered up with the Japanese novelty retailers Village Vanguard to launch a social media campaign, so major fans will be the first to enjoy these bath bombs by getting their names drawn in a lottery. The campaign runs until November 15th. 100 lucky fans who want to smell like their favorite fast dinner will get the chance to chill and relax with the KFC bath bomb. But that’s not all, as winners will also a KFC-branded box as well as a coupon for a Secret Combination Pack of chicken.
KFC FANS HAVE ALSO LOVED KFC SUNSCREEN, LIP BALM AND CANDLES
This isn’t the first time KFC has released fried chicken scented products. Fried chicken lovers have previously gone wild on social media over fried chicken-scented sunscreen, flavored lip balm and candles. So, there’s certainly precedent for the Bath Bomb going off in a huge success.
AUSTRALIANS UNCERTAIN IF KFC BOMB IS FOR THEM, WILL WAIT DOWNWIND
When recently asked if the product was coming Down Under, a KFC Australia spokesperson simply said, “We are always looking for new ways to innovate our brand. However, we currently have no plans to launch this product in Australia and are excited to see how this innovation fares in Japan.” Sounds like the Bomb might not translate Down Under, but if it does the next leap is across the Pacific to KFC’s home! Just imagine what commuting could be like.
To enter the competition, just go visit KFC Japan Twitter.