Wednesday, 5 January 2011

DON'T ASK FOR EXTRA BACON IN A HALAL KFC!

16 comments:

Caratacus said...

"Rifleman No.1 - shouty person with small dick - one round - Fire!"

Ithangyou.

Dark Lochnagar said...

Carackers, another Halal bites the dust!

Colonel Sanders said...

Fire that finger lickin bum !

Budvar said...

My rule is if it's "halal", I don't buy from them, simple as that.
That said, I had a similar outburst from one of the followers of the religion of peace in the pub a couple of months back.
Landlord said as he was leaving "Here mate don't forget your phone". Then the tirade of "Don't try to nick my phone bastard" started. Let's just say *BIG* mistake!!

Toni said...

Nice clip - showed the typical muslim tolerance as well as their respect for women - What would the Colonel say? I was once in a supermarket where the cashier asked to be substituted because she didn't want to run the bottle of vodka I had through the till. That clip looked like it was in Malaysia, how come they don't have halal KFC and yet we do here?

Budvar said...

It's somewhere in England, but KFC did a "halal" trial a bit back.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1289601/KFC-forced-ditch-halal-menus-disappointing-sales.html

http://www.kfc.co.uk/about-kfc/halal/

My local one is still halal, but I don't eat the soggy greasy shite anyway.

Dark Lochnagar said...

Colonel, he's been sticking his finger up his bum and licking it, you say! He must be fired. Send him to meet Elvis.

Dark Lochnagar said...

Budders, I sincerely hope the cunt got a smack in the face and told never to darken the pub's doorstep again!

Dark Lochnagar said...

Antonio, I'm telling you as soon as they get into a position of power as say, councillors, wait to you see pub licenses being turned down.

Dark Lochnagar said...

Budders, I couldn't tell you the last time I was in a burger joint, at least 3 years and as for KFC, it must be 20+ at least. I don't like rabbit, even if it is southern fried.

Budvar said...

I stand corrected, it was in Sydney Australia not UK. He got a bit more than "A smack in the face" believe me. He isn't barred, but he hides in the other bar when he sees me, so point made.

Dark Lochnagar said...

Budders, a result then. Question is, what the fuck is he in a bar for in the first place?

The Young Oligarch said...

Good point , DL .

Does the Religion of Peace allow drinking in the Dar al-Harb ?

Seen a couple of them in Lanarkshire pubs where they clearly thought drinking was so depraved that no social constraints applied .

They didn't last long before they were put out the door , right enough .

Dark Lochnagar said...

Oli, yes it seems a strange point for them to be in a pub. But, in saying that we can't say they come over here and don't embrace the host culture if they want to enjoy a pint and we kick the wankers out. Fuck me, it's like a Tim trying to buy a pint in Larkhall!

Budvar said...

There's loads of them who drink. They sneak in the back door usually during the hours of darkness where they can't be seen.

The perpetually offended can pick and choose when they wish to be devout, like during a raid by police, there's no dogs allowed and police have to remove their boots etc. Different tale when they're slinging triple whiskys down their neck like it's going out of style or pints of diesel (snakebite + blackcurrent).

They're a protected species and they know it. They'll give you as much shit as you're prepared to take. The difference is if DL and I get our collars felt for rolling around the carpark, it's a slapped wrist, a £10 fine and maybe bound over for a year. You hit one of them, and it's a racist attack and as has happened time and time again you're looking at time in the big house on little evidence other than their say so.

Dark Lochnagar said...

Budders, I take your word for it and I can understand your frustration. I think though, as I said above that generally if they want to participate in our culture by drinking in pubs then that should be encouraged. we can't slate them off for living in Ghettos and deny them the chance to participate in a generally recognized British Society' custom. Does that seem strange to you, that I think that, or am I wrong?