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    #26
    CK - Uber and Deliveroo also do the art of fried chicken, which is much better. Give them a nudge

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    #27
    Wally Simmonds wrote:
    CK - Uber and Deliveroo also do the art of fried chicken, which is much better. Give them a nudge
    I know, done plenty of Korean Fried Chicken but KFC is KFC

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    #28
    w0lfbrains wrote:
    good coffee doesn't need milk
    I dont like having black teefs

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    #29
    sorceror wrote:
    guess australia has finally caught up to Hamilton

    https://www.kfcdelivery.co.nz/
    Haha, this. I got KFC delievered last week.

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    #30
    Rekal wrote:
    I dont like having black teefs
    Racist.

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    #31
    Is there deliveroo/uber eats in Auckland?

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    #32
    Yes lol

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    #33
    ClavulanateV2 wrote:
    enjoy your heart disease
    Nah you can just imbibe until you're obese and then just get lipo - its how we deal with problems round 'ere.

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    #34
    You're all dead.

    trackers wrote:
    Nah you can just imbibe until you're obese and then just get lipo - its how we deal with problems round 'ere.
    Or the gubbermint will just pay for your gastric band surgery.

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    #35
    Growing up in NZ, I ate k-fry maybe....twice?

    Fast forward to now, 5 years in China and KFC is where I go when I need a wholesome snack.

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    #36
    Somehow knew this was a KFC thread before clicking.

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    #37
    Ramza wrote:
    Somehow knew this was a KFC thread before clicking.
    For me, it was the huge picture of KFC in the thumbnail and the fact that CK made it

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    #38
    w0lfbrains wrote:
    For me, it was the huge picture of KFC in the thumbnail and the fact that CK made it
    There's a thumbnail? what kind of backwards ass version of GP am I even on?

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    #39
    Apart from when you're too drunk to drive, I don't really get why so many people would rather pay for delivery than pick it up themselves.

    Rekal wrote:
    Cutting sugar out of your coffee is the first major step

    I have roughly 5 coffees a day, 5 teaspoons of sugar i dont need right there
    I don't drink much coffee but when I do it doesn't have sugar in it. At first it was to try and stop my teeth falling out but now sugared coffee tastes gross to me. It's a good example of changing diet and adapting preference as a result.
    When I used to be enthusiastic about weightlifting/fitness when I was younger I forced myself into a diet change which included almost no sugar in favour of a lot of complex carbs and very quickly it also became my taste preference and I'd enjoy tuna on crackers far more than anything sweet.

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    #40
    Can't be arsed driving?

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    #41
    bradc wrote:
    Can't be arsed driving?
    That's the part I don't get. I know some people hate it but it's a completely neutral activity for me.
    Even if delivery were free I'd still rather drive down the road and pick it up myself because I don't trust them not to **** around and let it get cold.

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    #42
    Short journeys arn't good for an engines longevity.

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    #43
    Considering how long it takes for KFC to prepare your meal, I can imagine delivery times of 2 hours +.

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    #44
    Sin^ wrote:
    Short journeys arn't good for an engines longevity.
    Thanks for the tip.

    Massacre wrote:
    Considering how long it takes for KFC to prepare your meal, I can imagine delivery times of 2 hours +.
    I always wondered why KFC is so much less professional than McDonalds. They're universally much slower and much more likely to **** up your order.

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    #45
    Don't own a car. It took around 15 mins to arrive for me, much quicker than their estimated wait time.

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    #46
    Sin^ wrote:
    Short journeys arn't good for an engines longevity.
    it's not a short journey if you use the drivethru - engine will be well & truly warmed up with the minimum 30min time in the queue.