Political correct-ness

14th May 2004 at 01:00
Offline doesn't have much to say about chicken other than ''Mmm... Any fries?'' But the subservient chicken website invites superlatives. Your own captive chicken, acting out your fantasies as you type them on-screen.

Fabulous. Political correct-ness prevents us naming the brand, but it must be heading for an award. Some eggstatic teachers are even using it with pupils. Enough to knock Colonel Sanders off his perch.


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