If you scowl at selfie sticks and other novelty photography, you're going to hate when people start printing photos with their fried chicken buckets. KFC recently unveiled its "Memories Bucket," a confusing take on the Polaroid camera. The strange invention was created to mark the restaurant's 60th anniversary in Canada.
The Memories Bucket can print photos straight from a smartphone (with Bluetooth, or something). Nothing says we live in the future like being able to eat food out of your printer.
Mercifully, there's no evidence that this is a real product that will hit the fast food market anytime soon.
This isn't KFC's first mind-boggling publicity stunt of the year: They also announced disposable keyboards built into their trays that let patrons text while eating.
[h/t: Mirror Online]