Sunday, January 25, 2009

Q & A: Don't Cry for Me, Colonel Sanders

Q. Why are fried chicken tenders always shaped like Argentina?

A. Turns out there's no under-the-table arrangement between the Argentinian Tourist Board and the food wholesalers who cut and cobble together chicken strips for chain restaurants. There's actually (see Fig. 8) a "chicken tender" part of the chicken — detachable from the breast — and that tender just so happens to be similar in shape to the Tango Nation.

So there you go.

1 comment:

WhiteCollar Redneck said...

Pop-Tarts are all shaped like Saskatchewan!

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