My first question is, How will the grease effect flight? Via The VERGE:
KFC loves a good PR stunt, and Circuit Breaker is cool with them so long as they cleverly involve gadgets. Today, the fast-food chain announced that its new, India-only Smoky Grilled Wings will come packaged in a box with detachable drone parts. Although customers will have to look up instructions online, they can eventually assemble the box and its parts to turn it into a Bluetooth-connected drone.
The company’s calling the box a “KFO,” or Kentucky Flying Object,” which I guess is fine. The boxes will only be available on January 25th and 26th.
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