Tabatha Andrade is a self-confessed chicken lover, who loves nuggets, and named her dog after it. This youngster was inspired by Kendall Jenner and her lip tattoo.
A 20-year-old wanted to get a tattoo, which would be "deeply meaningful and important" to her. According to Mirror, it was during a holiday that Tabatha Andrade decided that she would give a tribute to KFC- the food chain that makes her happier than anything else in the world.
She said, "I told my parents I wanted to get a tattoo, and they said I could get inked with something that was important to me. I was on holidays when the urge just suddenly came to me, and I decided to finally do it. KFC is my favorite fast food. I go there at least once a week, if not more." So, she got the logo of the popular fast food chain on her lip.
Now she thinks that the fast food chain owes her free chicken for life. "It would be awesome if they gave me free KFC because of it. Let's see what happens. I really love chicken. All my friends call me the chicken connoisseur. I even named my dog 'nugget', because I'm obsessed with chicken nuggets," she added.
She first got the idea of getting a lip tattoo from supermodel Kendall Jenner. Though it looks painful, Tabatha claims that it did not hurt at all. "I have absolutely no regrets. It's my favorite tattoo. I got the idea of doing it on the lip from Kendall Jenner. It seems to be popular these days, so I just thought why not.
"I showed my parents when I came home, and they thought it was fake. But they're OK with it now. I love the shock I get from people when I pull down my lip and show them. It's always so funny," she added.
Maybe she could have been inspired to do so by this Sydney teenager who won free KFC for a year after getting a tattoo of the fast food chain's logo to tell the world of her dedication and love for it.
Brooke Collins won the "Chicken Cheque" for her entry on the Facebook page where fans were asked to comment explaining their love for the fried chicken. She was later crowned as the "Queen of Chicken 2018" for her and her friend's matching KFC tattoo.
Collins and her friend, Brielle Sharkie, had a bonding over KFC when they were just 12-years-old and they both wanted matching tattoos of it. She said, "I ended up making status to see if we would get a certain amount of likes and we would get it, and obviously we did. So we got to the Gold Coast and had time to kill before check-in, and basically went and got the tattoos after being at Schoolies for not even half an hour! The tattoo shop people honestly could not believe us when we asked for what we wanted." Collins' prize entitled her to $100 worth of KFC each week for about 52 weeks which is $5200 across the year or 458 three-piece boxes.