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    KFC Sold Out Of A Firelog That Smells Like Fried Chicken And This Is Not A Joke

    Finger-lickin' fire.

    Forget chestnuts — KFC wanted you to have some of their fried chicken fire logs roasting on an open fire this holiday season.

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    You read that right. Kentucky Fried Chicken was selling an “11 Herbs & Spices Firelog” that smells like fried chicken and it sold out in just a matter of hours.

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    Those who snagged one will have their very own fried chicken-smelling log for $18.99 from

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    KFC posted this message confirming they had sold out of their "11 Herbs & Spices Log."

    Boy howdy, did those go fast! Apologies to those who weren't able to snag one, and to those who did, enjoy the best smelling fire you've ever smelled in your life!

    Let's just say people were less than thrilled that the logs sold out so quickly.

    @kfc Sold out. Come on @kfc at least hit us with a restock notice!

    They want answers dammit!

    @kfc Sold out? How many were available!?

    The disappointment is real.

    @kfc Are you already sold out? We really wanted to get one!

    Andrea Zahumensky, the chief marketing officer for KFC, said, “At KFC, we have always been proud of our role in bringing loved ones together at the dinner table around a bucket of our world-famous fried chicken. Now…we're bringing all the things we love — family, friends and fried chicken — together around the fire with our scented firelog."

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    No word on whether KFC will re-stock the logs.

    @kfc You're already sold out! What do I have to do to get my hands on one for the chicken-loving members of my family? I need to buy their love with chicken-flavored gifts and pleasing aromas.

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