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It's really called Buckets for the Cure. That is, KFC's goal of raising $8.5 million for the fight against breast cancer by donating 50¢ for every pink bucket of chicken sold.
Read more about it at SlashFood.
Click here to read how Cashmere Bouquet raised money for breast cancer.
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My buddies and I saw this last weekend at the local KFC. We all thought it was a very sun-bleached sign. I wondered if the pink would make http://www.funlol.com/12984/KFC_lamp_shade.html look classier...
19 April 2010 at 07:42 PM
So does the breast cancer bucket include breasts?
Oh yum yum yum.
I'm sure they'll be doing something charitable for men's health any time now, as well. I mean men live shorter lives than women so you'd think they'd get at least equal treatment. Yep.
Any. Time. Now.
22 April 2010 at 03:25 AM
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