Fashion designer Calvin Klein and fast food restauranteur Kentucky Fried Chicken will launch a new fragrance on Valentine’s Day–KFC1.
The fragrance is rumored to contain pheromones that active parts of the brain that correspond to sex and comfort food.
Test subjects responded favorably after using the product.
““A few spritzes behind my ears and on my wrists, and I suddenly felt like I could conquer the corporate world and attend a Sunday picnic at the same time,” Randal Wallace, 32, an investment banker.
““I was hanging out at a bar with my girlfriends, and slipped into the ladies’ room to put some KFC1 on,” said Corky Dawes, 38, an art gallery owner. “After I came out, men kept coming up to me and saying things like, ‘I want to make love to you next to a mountain of mashed potatoes with brown gravy.’ It was oddly titillating.”
““I walked down the street and men, women, and animals would stare at me with their mouths watering,” said Tomeka Davis, 27, a business analyst for a major public transportation company. “I just thought to myself, Mm-hmm, that’s right, I’m finger lickin’ good!”
The product has already attracted controversy after Calvin Klein & Kentucky Fried Chicken unveiled their advertising for KFC1 in Times Square, which includes black-and-white images of emaciated chickens in distressed denim that resemble runaway heroin addicts than a two-piece meal.
““I was disgusted by it,” said Taz Morrison, 41, an animal activist. “It made me vomit onto a a guy dressed as a hot dog who was passing out flyers.”
““It actually made me aware of just how sexy food can be,” said Jessica Coulter, 21, an art student. “I’d never seen a chicken with tattoos and body piercings before. It made me wonder, if I ran into a rooster in a club or bar, would I go with him? I’ve also started having these hen fantasies.”
The fragrance, marketed to both men and women, will be available in two varieties: Original Recipe and Extra Crispy.
Would you wear KFC1 if it actually made you irresistible to men and/or women?