By now, the word “crazy” has entered the vocabulary of our modern age, but it wasn’t always that way.
In the 1950s, the chicken-processing giant’s “Crazy” commercials featured a series of people being put to sleep, a baby being killed, and a chicken being put in a blender.
But it was the Chicken-n-Waffle ads that cemented the company’s reputation as a go-to brand for anything with a gooey coating and a big name in the chicken business.
It wasn’t long before the Chicken n’ Waffle brand began to get some of its most famous customers, like the famous “Mulan” actress Natalie Portman, into the chicken commercials.
But Chicken n waffle also became a catch-all for anything that made you feel good.
In fact, Chicken n n waffles have been the subject of countless chicken commercials since its introduction in the mid-1950s.
Chicken nuggets are still popular among many Americans, and the ubiquitous chicken nuggets have been a part of many people’s meals since the 1980s.
Chicken n wafer bread is one of the most popular items of chicken n waffler bread in the United States.
(Photo: Flickr user miketorich)A decade ago, a chicken n’ waffle was seen as something to be enjoyed, not a business.
But that changed with the advent of the internet and the proliferation of nuggets, which became more and more popular.
The chicken n and waffle craze reached its peak with the release of the famous commercial from “The Great Chicken Chase” in 1987, which featured a chicken sitting in a box and a giant chicken-eating robot.
The commercial also featured the infamous chicken-n’ waffles.
The Chicken n and Waffle crake of the ’90s has been revived in recent years with chicken-focused TV commercials that focus on the chicken.
The new “Cranes on Fire” commercial features a chicken and a couple of giant, steam-powered cannons.
This commercial from a decade ago from “Ace Ventura: Pet Detective” featured a Chicken n Waffle.
(Photos: Paramount Pictures)Chicken n’waffles have always been a staple in the food and drink world.
A classic version of chicken-fried steak, chicken n chips, and chicken n cheese sandwiches are all very popular.
But as the chicken n-waffle crave began to gain steam in the late ’90, it became something of a cult classic.
Chicken-lover and chicken-fan Jason Miller even coined the term “Chicken n Waffles.”
And it’s not just in the world of chicken, either.
Chicken N waffles are now a staple of many popular snacks like chocolate ice cream and candy bars.
And Chicken n ‘ waffles and the other popular dishes in the Chicken series have made a splash in the entertainment world, too.
In 2008, a Chicken series starring George Clooney and Annette Bening starred Jennifer Aniston as a chicken-loving actress named Chickenn, who becomes obsessed with eating chicken n bread.
In the years since then, chicken-themed shows have continued to make waves in the industry, including “Chef” and “The Simpsons” franchises, which have spawned countless spinoffs and spin-offs.
And the Chicken franchise has become one of Hollywood’s most beloved franchises, thanks in large part to its iconic Chicken n-Waffles.