That is, needless to say, with the exception of “Christmas Dinner”, which considering that the 1970s has become nearly totally synonymous with Kentucky Fried Chicken.

That is, needless to say, with the exception of “Christmas Dinner”, which considering that the 1970s has become nearly totally synonymous with Kentucky Fried Chicken.

That’s right, boys and girls, Japan replaces the greatest and roast dinner that is best of the season by having a family-sized bucket associated with the colonel’s finger-lickin’ chicken, with much hamburger chains like Japan’s own MOS Burger serving only chicken on the wedding day, and sometimes taking sales well ahead of time. Sure, there’s no guideline set in stone stating that everyone else on the planet should consume roast turkey and filling on December 25, and fried chicken with the household could be a ton of enjoyable, but after explaining to a Japanese friend of mine that Kentucky for Christmas time is always to Westerners what presenting a Japanese household by having a round of Big Macs in the place of old-fashioned New Year’s food on January 1 could be like, they consented that Kentucky Fried Christmas is probably pretty depressing for foreigners. Continue lendo “That is, needless to say, with the exception of “Christmas Dinner”, which considering that the 1970s has become nearly totally synonymous with Kentucky Fried Chicken.”