Nobody is more excited about Burger King's new Chicken Fries — fried chicken strips shaped and served like french fries — than Burger King. The workers at the Chicago store we visited were all dressed in large, sacklike yellow Chicken Fries T-shirts, and a chicken mascot cavorted on the electronic menu, next to a picture of the item.
"Two orders of Chicken Fries!" I said, infected, salmonella-like, with their joy.
"We don't have any Chicken Fries," said the server.
I pointed mutely at the dancing chicken above her head.