When it comes to humor, the internet is good at a lot of things, but subtlety isn’t usually one of them.
This is the kind of “joke” you’re likely to run into online
While most fast food chains follow a fairly large mix of other corporate accounts and celebrities (probably hoping for those sweet, sweet mentions) KFC only follows 11 people.
Here they are.
That’s right, all five Spice Girls and six guys named Herb. Eleven herbs and spices.
There the joke sat, waiting to be discovered, which it finally was by a guy named Mike Edgette.
Obviously, people lost their goddamn minds about it.
— scrivener (@scrivener) October 20, 2017
— Halief Ardiasyah (@halief) October 20, 2017
— Kenny Santana (@qnoy2k) October 20, 2017
Although Wendy’s seemed a bit hurt.
Just realized they weren't following back.
Good joke though.
— Wendy's (@Wendys) October 20, 2017
What did you expect Wendy’s? They aren’t even following Taco Bell and those guys are roommates.
The only thing that would be better than this is if Chick-Fil-A only followed God.
I'm coming down to help you all out just as soon as I start existing.
— God (@TheTweetOfGod) September 19, 2017
But they don’t. Turns out, oddly enough, they only seem to follow themselves.
There’s probably a metaphor in there somewhere.