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48 minutes ago, SleepyJoe said:


Yes, in pressurised oil fryers - it'd be quite an achievement for it to be undercooked

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Yes those machines are fully automated. Every time same temperature same texture etc. All the operative needs to do is press the right button the rest is done by sensors and chips. KFC probably are all probably calibrated to the exact same settings for brand quality purposes.

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2 hours ago, Newsdesk said:

Yes those machines are fully automated. Every time same temperature same texture etc. All the operative needs to do is press the right button the rest is done by sensors and chips. KFC probably are all probably calibrated to the exact same settings for brand quality purposes.

And yet we have Manx rumours being repeated by idiots of undercooked  chicken.

Some people love passing on a bit chines whispers Manx bullshit.

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Exactly, imagine if KFC were really selling undercooked chicken? 

Got to admire the tenacity of the Manx Crab 

It is still alive and well despite all the English peoples attempt to widen the Gene Pool with the easy local girls......

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On 7/1/2022 at 9:08 AM, 2bees said:

What are the queues like at approx 12:58? Asking for a friend ofc 😂

I haven't been in yet but seemed quiet when I passed through the area at around 3 PM a few days ago 

On my way back at around 6 PM there were maybe 15 people outside the entrance in the queue.

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I was quite happy with the Manx gene pool. A fish n chip shop, an egg n chips cafe and Tossy Cowins.

I didn't want M&S, KFC and Sports Direct!!!!!!!

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2 hours ago, mad_manx said:

I haven't been in yet but seemed quiet when I passed through the area at around 3 PM a few days ago 

On my way back at around 6 PM there were maybe 15 people outside the entrance in the queue.

Its going to be interesting to see how this pans out as it seems to be that people only have the money to go to either KFC or McDonalds looking at the queues. When Mackies is empty KFC is busy and visa versa. Which probably makes sense as there’s unlikely enough new trade brought in by KFC. So I wonder who is the winner and the loser over the long term as the McDonalds with all its constantly broken ordering machines has been a license to print money for years. 

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I went this evening.  It seemed quiet from the road, but was directed to the drive through queue starting behind Starbucks.  In 15 minutes I hadn't moved much so went back in to the car park to go in on foot.  There was a queue out of the door so I left. 

Going past McDonalds it looked very busy too.  

Neither were queuing on the road, possibly at KFC  because they have someone at the entrance directing traffic. 

I am guessing people are going to KFC, seeing the queue then going on the McDonalds.

I went to the Terrace Chippy. 

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38 minutes ago, Gladys said:

I went this evening.  It seemed quiet from the road, but was directed to the drive through queue starting behind Starbucks.  In 15 minutes I hadn't moved much so went back in to the car park to go in on foot.  There was a queue out of the door so I left. 

Going past McDonalds it looked very busy too.  

Neither were queuing on the road, possibly at KFC  because they have someone at the entrance directing traffic. 

I am guessing people are going to KFC, seeing the queue then going on the McDonalds.

I went to the Terrace Chippy. 

Probably for the best and supporting local economy

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53 minutes ago, Steady Eddie said:

Its going to be interesting to see how this pans out as it seems to be that people only have the money to go to either KFC or McDonalds looking at the queues. When Mackies is empty KFC is busy and visa versa. Which probably makes sense as there’s unlikely enough new trade brought in by KFC. So I wonder who is the winner and the loser over the long term as the McDonalds with all its constantly broken ordering machines has been a license to print money for years. 

The surprise winner is probably Milestone  next door ..People end up low on fuel after the queue at the drive through and end up having  to fill up 😀

It's much more busier than it used to be.

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13 hours ago, Steady Eddie said:

Its going to be interesting to see how this pans out as it seems to be that people only have the money to go to either KFC or McDonalds looking at the queues. When Mackies is empty KFC is busy and visa versa. Which probably makes sense as there’s unlikely enough new trade brought in by KFC. So I wonder who is the winner and the loser over the long term as the McDonalds with all its constantly broken ordering machines has been a license to print money for years. 

Either of them are ridiculous for queues at times. Sitting in your car for 30 minutes before you get to order your food hardly fulfills anyones definition of ‘fast food’. it is just quicker to go to the chippy. But you’re right it sort of looks like it’s the same customers now just sharing the load between whether they eat at McD’s and whether they eat at KFC so someone is presumably going to lose out. 

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