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There’s nothing better than walking into someone’s house to find a delicious smell wafting from the kitchen. Nobody knows this better than KFC, so they concocted a totally bizarre— and arguably disgusting— creation to make your whole house smell finger lickin’ good.
Last year, KFC made a limited-edition fried chicken-scented firelog that sold out, and this year they teamed up with Walmart to bring it back and give the people what they want: an entire house that smells like fried food. But wait… who wants to smell fried chicken and not get to eat it? Not me, but if that’s what you’re into, who am I to judge? If you love to torture yourself with the smell of fried chicken that you can’t actually eat, then you should buy this log.
We’re honestly a bit perplexed as to why everybody loves this log so much, but they do. They really, really do. It has an impressive 4.9-star average on Walmart.com, and reviewers are completely intoxicated by its scent. One fan calls the 11 Herbs and Spice Firelog “better than a scented candle,” and another swears it smells just like the real thing: “We compared the scent this log made with a bucket of KFC in the other room and they create the same saliva-inducing scent!”
What confuses us the most about the log is that it’s a total tease. Lest you forget the reviewer who called it “saliva-inducing.” Another reviewer has a solution for that conundrum, though: “This will get your guests’ mouths watering and ready for the holiday dinner.” She even has an idea for the third iteration of the firelog: “They should make a biscuit scent next!”
So if you want to have your fried chicken and not eat it too, this one’s for you.
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