KFC's Latest Bucket Prints Photos From Your Phone, Still Contains Chicken

Introducing our Memories Bucket - Capture memories made with this limited edition anniversary bucket. Want one? #Happy60KFC

Posted by KFC on Wednesday, July 22, 2015

At KFC, the future is now, and it probably comes with a side of biscuits. As you can see in the clip above, people like to eat chicken out of buckets. People also like their photos readily available in print form. And thus, the KFC Memories Bucket was born.

The deep-fried poultry giant has introduced this very special, multi-functional bucket in honor of its 60th year of operation in Canada. In just four steps (snap, select, send, share), the Memories Bucket can connect with your smartphone and then print out photos you've just taken.

This isn't the first time KFC has ventured into Bluetooth-related territory with its chicken-presentation vessels, so this is not completely out of left field. With any luck, other fast food chains may be taking notes — because how great would it be to give speech commands to a burrito bowl?

Sadly, like all great memories, this bucket will only be available for a limited time (at Canadian locations).

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