In the spirit of shameless attempts at self-promotion (self-degradation?) involving chicken, we at Grubb Hub not-so-proudly present the following short, independent film. It’s once again brought to you by our associates at the American Mustache Institute – as part of their ‘Stache Scale Analysis series that samples and rates products from the Mustached American perspective.
This time out, the AMI turns its attention to Hardee’s new hand-breaded Chicken Tenders, and examines whether or not they can cut the honey mustard with regard to the competition.
In addition to the doctor sporting the night club velvet rope ‘stache, this video also stars a real, live chicken. No, it’s not the San Diego Chicken, Chicken Little, or even Colonel Sanders. Those guys are all too expensive (or too dead).
Instead, it’s Chris P. Chicken, who besides apparently being blind also has a voice that bears a striking resemblance to a mumbling, retarded Australian. Oi.
The result of our little chicken challenge? Despite not having taste buds, Chris P. overwhelmingly preferred Hardee’s to the competition. But don’t take an idiot in a fifty-dollar chicken suit’s muffled word for it: In addition to being popular with the mustached crowd, subsequent focus groups have shown that four out of five fat guys prefer Hardee’s new hand-breaded Chicken Tenders over the leading brand of fried, boneless, chicken-based polygon.
And remember, only at Hardee’s can you get something that sounds as appetizing as creamy buffalo sauce to go with your Chicken Tenders. So get up to that counter and order yourself up a hand-breaded batch today!
And when the person working at that counter inevitably can’t understand what you just said, order it again!