Don't foget to ask for "Extra Biscuits"

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  1. Grant B

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    Thought this was pretty humorous and unbelievable!

    Carlos Ayala was arrested after police found he was selling marijuana from the Kentucky Fried Chicken in Mill Valley. To score the weed, hungry customers just asked for "extra biscuits." This worked really well until someone, seeking said biscuits, got pot-filled baggies instead, and alerted the cops.
     
  2. Kevin M

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    "Pot in the Box" eh?
    Yeah, no one ever legitimately asks for Extra Biscuits at KFC....moron.
     
  3. Dennis Nicholls

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    So did he serve up Kentucky Blue Grass? [​IMG]
     
  4. Justin Lane

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    This same story was posted awhile back, but it is still funny. The stupidity of some people goes to no ends.

    J
     
  5. Jenna

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    Hmmm....what if you asked for an extra "Coke"?
    [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    Wish my local KFC boy would do this.[​IMG]
     
  7. Brian Perry

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    Sounds like an urban legend...after all, wouldn't the customer be asked for more money than the cost of extra biscuits? I'm sure the dealers wouldn't be giving away the weed.
     

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