Patton Oswalt Goes to KFC

After winning his recent nerdfight with David Cross, Patton Oswalt, comedian, geek, food critic, writes of eating his first KFC Famous bowl.

First off, when I went looking for a KFC in Los Angeles, I realized I hadn’t been in a KFC in decades. I remember, as a kid, how fun they were, with the corn on the cob on a stick, and the way KFC chicken tastes so goddamn awesome the next day after spending the night in the fridge.

The franchise I visited, on Hollywood Boulevard near my old apartment, looked like it had withstood assault by bullets, flamethrowers, Baseball Furies, and a hundred hook-handed whores. Everything inside the store–including the employees and customers–looked like it had been rubbed with sad ham.

It’s an awesome. Read the whole thing at the AVClub.

2 Replies to “Patton Oswalt Goes to KFC”

  1. Freaking hilarious. I love this bit:

    The mashed potatoes defiantly stood their ground against the gravy, as if they’d read The Artist’s Way and said, “I’m going to be boring and forgetful in my own potato-y way!”

    Thanks for the post.

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