I was going to start off this review with some sexual analogy about how some women say size doesnâ€™t matter. Then I realized how overused these types of analogies are. Iâ€™ve even used it in a previous review. I didnâ€™t want to stoop to that level again, because this is a classy, well-respected quasi-review website that averages 20 visitors a day.
I could have said something like, â€œThe KFC Snacker is small, but many people say itâ€™s cute.â€
Or I could have said, â€œThe KFC Snacker maybe small, but it tries its best to get the job done.â€
Or â€œThe KFC Snacker is small, because it admits itâ€™s very cold outside.â€
Or â€œItâ€™s not the size of the KFC Snacker that matters, itâ€™s the motion of the ocean of secret herbs and spices.â€
Okay, that last one was pretty lame.
However, instead of complaining about how small the KFC Snacker is in the form of badly written sexual innuendoes, I will tell you that the KFC Snacker was disappointing because of itâ€™s size and performance.
The KFC Snacker is roughly the size and shape of a bar of soap, which is about half the size of other chicken sandwiches offered by other fast food joints. It comes with a sesame seed bun, some lettuce, mayonnaise, and a strip of chicken with the Colonialâ€™s secret herbs and spices, all for 99 cents.
The $1 McChicken from McDonaldâ€™s isnâ€™t as tasty as the KFC Snacker, but you definitely get more bang for the buck, since it is significantly bigger. I guess Colonialâ€™s secret herbs and spices are getting rare or something.
Despite the typical delicious taste of those herbs and spices, I couldnâ€™t get over the disappointment of how small it was and how it probably wouldnâ€™t satisfy most people’s hunger.
I guess in the case of the KFC Snacker, size really does matter.
Item: KFC Snacker
Purchase Price: $0.99
Rating: 4 out of 10
Pros: Typical Colonial secret herbs and spices. Tasty.
Cons: Too small in size, but cute.