Photo courtesy of Chet Duran.
Spotted in Korea.
That’s it! No more chicken for you!
The sauce that freaks out.
Are you clucking kidding me?
So freaking good, it was required to be censored.
The sauce is in a really fowl mood.
Warning: This food may be nuts.
Rude and unreasonable chicken –> rude and unreasonable sauce
The chicken is so angry, it wants freaking sauce.
I’m Rick James and I approved this message.
As seen in ‘Like Father, Like Sauce’
The chicken is fried and the sauce is freaking. They both need to get into rehab.
It’s called Freaking Sauce because it made from Kim Jong Un’s opponent.
That sauce does look freaking spicy.
It has two heads
Can you hear the banjos playing
You should try Rick James’ chicken recipe, It’s Super Freaky.
It’s the best sauce when you’re having a bird.
The only chicken dish that can get you free long distance telephone calls.
I would have thought a rude and unreasonable chicken, would require a very polite and amenable sauce..
♫Do you hear the sauces freaking,
It is the sound of angry hens,
It is a memory of a dinner,
Which will not be cooked again,
When the music of your dinner,
Equals the roaring of your bum,
It is the Monosodium Glutamate,
Warning of even worse to come ♫
Lin = It is the sound of an angry hen,
It is not sauce. It is red Araldite.
This is a meal that will really; “stick to your ribs”.
BTW. I bet you never thought you could use MSG – C5H8NO4Na.
in a poem/song.
Actually. Tom Lehrer did miles better.
His lements song: http://www.lyricsfreak.com/t/tom+lehrer/the+elements_20138388.html
Why are you freaking out? You chicken?
Be a-fried, Chicken
As seen in Kentucky fried movie.
Your chicken comes with sauce? Well la de freakin’ da!
Waiter, this chicken just flipped me the bird
– Waiter, I’ll have the fried chicken with freaking sauce, a bleeping salad as well as the blasted water. Make it the same for my wife.
– Excellent flipping choice, sir!
@Seventy2rd o clock | 4:15 am: If there is a country where that’s legal, I don’t want to go there! 😯
Hey, Waiter! Where’s my freaking sauce?!
The Korean uses the English loan words “shocking hot”. It’s fascinating that the Engrish description doesn’t.