Now you can smell like you work in food service any time you want! KFC has teamed up with Japanese online store Village Vanguard to distribute their very own bath bomb for those who can’t get enough of the fried chicken aroma.
Yes, seriously. It’s even shaped like a drumstick.
KFC bath bomb lets you soak in the soothing scent of fried chicken https://t.co/xsXNDx5vj5— Metro (@MetroUK) November 2, 2017
Naturally, the internet is having a grand ol’ time with this news.
KFC in Japan have released a drumstick shaped bath bomb that makes you smell of fried chicken. Mmm..might eat myself after a bath #Chicken pic.twitter.com/ypDAQ0QZi3— Den (@DenMagic) November 2, 2017
guys there's a KFC bath bomb and you can bet ur bottom dollar i'm using one to attract Sexy Soccer Mom/KFC Enthusiast Steve Harrington, stat pic.twitter.com/Gk7Qq5rmMj— emma lord 🎄 (@dilemmalord) November 2, 2017
Stuck in Iceland overnight in a private hotel room with a nice ass bathtub….but no KFC bath bomb RIP— THIRTY flirty & thriving (@delaneyyyw) November 2, 2017
Be thankful you exist at the same time as kfc bath bombs pic.twitter.com/y3CASlgu18— 𝐬𝐤𝐢𝐩 𝐛𝐢𝐩 (@dollarsigncott) November 2, 2017
But some people, even chicken connoisseurs, think that the chain might have taken things a bit too far…
PSA: I think the fried chicken bath bomb is one of the weirdest things ever, despite my love of fried chicken. THIS IS TOO FAR KFC.— Jennifer Ratliff (@Jkitty107) November 2, 2017
Seriously @kfc? A bath bomb to make me smell like fried chicken? https://t.co/Z3Snw93W2N— Jason Page (@TheBackPage) November 3, 2017
Wanting to soak your body in a glorious stew of chicken broth? There’s a catch — these 11 herb and spice bath bombs are not for sale. The only way you can get your fingers on this special promotion is a) if you live in Japan, and b) by retweeting this tweet below:
🎊激レアグッズ完成🎉— ケンタッキーフライドチキン🍗 (@KFC_jp) October 30, 2017
11月１日（水）から始まる #秘伝のコンビパック 発売記念キャンペーンの🎁が完成しました😃
なんと、今回は #ヴィレッジヴァンガード さんとコラボレーション❤
チキン型のこれ🍗いったいなーんだ❓#分かった人はRT #KFC pic.twitter.com/pmmBH4q2t9