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Jennifer Lawrence Tries 3-Point Shot with KFC, McDonald's

Jennifer Lawrence Tries 3-Point Shot with KFC, McDonald's

She drops by 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon' and they fail at tossing some buckets of KFC chicken and the Shamrock Shake

Jennifer Lawrence and Jimmy Fallon

Jimmy Fallon is all about playing games with celebrities; first it's water wars with Jon Hamm, and now he plays some 3-point shoot-out with Jennifer Lawrence.

This time, he competes with the star to toss a mannequin, a slinky, a bucket of KFC fried chicken, a McDonald's Shamrock Shake, and a bow. Seeing as it's just around lunchtime, we think it's such a waste of perfectly good tummy-fillers, but for the most part the two just mindlessly toss the stuff into the air. Do check out Lawrence's Shamrock Shake shot, however.


  • Reddit user atheistlee posted the picture on image sharing website imgur
  • His picture highlighted the contrast between advert and what he purchased
  • The £6.09 meal contains rice, bean salsa, sour cream, lettuce, and chicken
  • Send us your advertised v reality food pictures: [email protected]

Published: 09:57 BST, 6 October 2015 | Updated: 17:08 BST, 12 October 2015

A fast-food customer was so upset his rice box from KFC looked nothing like the advertisement that he posted a picture of the reality on image sharing site imgur.

The frustrated diner, who goes by the handle atheistlee, then started a thread on Reddit complaining about the quality of the meal, which prompted more users to share their fast-food experiences.

The Reddit thread 'What I thought I was eating, what I actually got' highlights the contrast between the well-lit and stylised version used to sell the product next to the reality - limp pieces of battered chicken covered in white sauce resting atop soggy, over-cooked rice.

The picture on the left shows the rice box as advertised while the one on the right is the real-life version

Writing about his meal on Reddit, he said: 'It cost me £6.09 which is about $9.25. I don't expect it to look perfect, but I do expect more than a tiny scoop of rice and half a chicken breast.'


  • Reddit user atheistlee posted the picture on image sharing website imgur
  • His picture highlighted the contrast between advert and what he purchased
  • The £6.09 meal contains rice, bean salsa, sour cream, lettuce, and chicken
  • Send us your advertised v reality food pictures: [email protected]

Published: 09:57 BST, 6 October 2015 | Updated: 17:08 BST, 12 October 2015

A fast-food customer was so upset his rice box from KFC looked nothing like the advertisement that he posted a picture of the reality on image sharing site imgur.

The frustrated diner, who goes by the handle atheistlee, then started a thread on Reddit complaining about the quality of the meal, which prompted more users to share their fast-food experiences.

The Reddit thread 'What I thought I was eating, what I actually got' highlights the contrast between the well-lit and stylised version used to sell the product next to the reality - limp pieces of battered chicken covered in white sauce resting atop soggy, over-cooked rice.

The picture on the left shows the rice box as advertised while the one on the right is the real-life version

Writing about his meal on Reddit, he said: 'It cost me £6.09 which is about $9.25. I don't expect it to look perfect, but I do expect more than a tiny scoop of rice and half a chicken breast.'


  • Reddit user atheistlee posted the picture on image sharing website imgur
  • His picture highlighted the contrast between advert and what he purchased
  • The £6.09 meal contains rice, bean salsa, sour cream, lettuce, and chicken
  • Send us your advertised v reality food pictures: [email protected]

Published: 09:57 BST, 6 October 2015 | Updated: 17:08 BST, 12 October 2015

A fast-food customer was so upset his rice box from KFC looked nothing like the advertisement that he posted a picture of the reality on image sharing site imgur.

The frustrated diner, who goes by the handle atheistlee, then started a thread on Reddit complaining about the quality of the meal, which prompted more users to share their fast-food experiences.

The Reddit thread 'What I thought I was eating, what I actually got' highlights the contrast between the well-lit and stylised version used to sell the product next to the reality - limp pieces of battered chicken covered in white sauce resting atop soggy, over-cooked rice.

The picture on the left shows the rice box as advertised while the one on the right is the real-life version

Writing about his meal on Reddit, he said: 'It cost me £6.09 which is about $9.25. I don't expect it to look perfect, but I do expect more than a tiny scoop of rice and half a chicken breast.'


  • Reddit user atheistlee posted the picture on image sharing website imgur
  • His picture highlighted the contrast between advert and what he purchased
  • The £6.09 meal contains rice, bean salsa, sour cream, lettuce, and chicken
  • Send us your advertised v reality food pictures: [email protected]

Published: 09:57 BST, 6 October 2015 | Updated: 17:08 BST, 12 October 2015

A fast-food customer was so upset his rice box from KFC looked nothing like the advertisement that he posted a picture of the reality on image sharing site imgur.

The frustrated diner, who goes by the handle atheistlee, then started a thread on Reddit complaining about the quality of the meal, which prompted more users to share their fast-food experiences.

The Reddit thread 'What I thought I was eating, what I actually got' highlights the contrast between the well-lit and stylised version used to sell the product next to the reality - limp pieces of battered chicken covered in white sauce resting atop soggy, over-cooked rice.

The picture on the left shows the rice box as advertised while the one on the right is the real-life version

Writing about his meal on Reddit, he said: 'It cost me £6.09 which is about $9.25. I don't expect it to look perfect, but I do expect more than a tiny scoop of rice and half a chicken breast.'


  • Reddit user atheistlee posted the picture on image sharing website imgur
  • His picture highlighted the contrast between advert and what he purchased
  • The £6.09 meal contains rice, bean salsa, sour cream, lettuce, and chicken
  • Send us your advertised v reality food pictures: [email protected]

Published: 09:57 BST, 6 October 2015 | Updated: 17:08 BST, 12 October 2015

A fast-food customer was so upset his rice box from KFC looked nothing like the advertisement that he posted a picture of the reality on image sharing site imgur.

The frustrated diner, who goes by the handle atheistlee, then started a thread on Reddit complaining about the quality of the meal, which prompted more users to share their fast-food experiences.

The Reddit thread 'What I thought I was eating, what I actually got' highlights the contrast between the well-lit and stylised version used to sell the product next to the reality - limp pieces of battered chicken covered in white sauce resting atop soggy, over-cooked rice.

The picture on the left shows the rice box as advertised while the one on the right is the real-life version

Writing about his meal on Reddit, he said: 'It cost me £6.09 which is about $9.25. I don't expect it to look perfect, but I do expect more than a tiny scoop of rice and half a chicken breast.'


  • Reddit user atheistlee posted the picture on image sharing website imgur
  • His picture highlighted the contrast between advert and what he purchased
  • The £6.09 meal contains rice, bean salsa, sour cream, lettuce, and chicken
  • Send us your advertised v reality food pictures: [email protected]

Published: 09:57 BST, 6 October 2015 | Updated: 17:08 BST, 12 October 2015

A fast-food customer was so upset his rice box from KFC looked nothing like the advertisement that he posted a picture of the reality on image sharing site imgur.

The frustrated diner, who goes by the handle atheistlee, then started a thread on Reddit complaining about the quality of the meal, which prompted more users to share their fast-food experiences.

The Reddit thread 'What I thought I was eating, what I actually got' highlights the contrast between the well-lit and stylised version used to sell the product next to the reality - limp pieces of battered chicken covered in white sauce resting atop soggy, over-cooked rice.

The picture on the left shows the rice box as advertised while the one on the right is the real-life version

Writing about his meal on Reddit, he said: 'It cost me £6.09 which is about $9.25. I don't expect it to look perfect, but I do expect more than a tiny scoop of rice and half a chicken breast.'


  • Reddit user atheistlee posted the picture on image sharing website imgur
  • His picture highlighted the contrast between advert and what he purchased
  • The £6.09 meal contains rice, bean salsa, sour cream, lettuce, and chicken
  • Send us your advertised v reality food pictures: [email protected]

Published: 09:57 BST, 6 October 2015 | Updated: 17:08 BST, 12 October 2015

A fast-food customer was so upset his rice box from KFC looked nothing like the advertisement that he posted a picture of the reality on image sharing site imgur.

The frustrated diner, who goes by the handle atheistlee, then started a thread on Reddit complaining about the quality of the meal, which prompted more users to share their fast-food experiences.

The Reddit thread 'What I thought I was eating, what I actually got' highlights the contrast between the well-lit and stylised version used to sell the product next to the reality - limp pieces of battered chicken covered in white sauce resting atop soggy, over-cooked rice.

The picture on the left shows the rice box as advertised while the one on the right is the real-life version

Writing about his meal on Reddit, he said: 'It cost me £6.09 which is about $9.25. I don't expect it to look perfect, but I do expect more than a tiny scoop of rice and half a chicken breast.'


  • Reddit user atheistlee posted the picture on image sharing website imgur
  • His picture highlighted the contrast between advert and what he purchased
  • The £6.09 meal contains rice, bean salsa, sour cream, lettuce, and chicken
  • Send us your advertised v reality food pictures: [email protected]

Published: 09:57 BST, 6 October 2015 | Updated: 17:08 BST, 12 October 2015

A fast-food customer was so upset his rice box from KFC looked nothing like the advertisement that he posted a picture of the reality on image sharing site imgur.

The frustrated diner, who goes by the handle atheistlee, then started a thread on Reddit complaining about the quality of the meal, which prompted more users to share their fast-food experiences.

The Reddit thread 'What I thought I was eating, what I actually got' highlights the contrast between the well-lit and stylised version used to sell the product next to the reality - limp pieces of battered chicken covered in white sauce resting atop soggy, over-cooked rice.

The picture on the left shows the rice box as advertised while the one on the right is the real-life version

Writing about his meal on Reddit, he said: 'It cost me £6.09 which is about $9.25. I don't expect it to look perfect, but I do expect more than a tiny scoop of rice and half a chicken breast.'


  • Reddit user atheistlee posted the picture on image sharing website imgur
  • His picture highlighted the contrast between advert and what he purchased
  • The £6.09 meal contains rice, bean salsa, sour cream, lettuce, and chicken
  • Send us your advertised v reality food pictures: [email protected]

Published: 09:57 BST, 6 October 2015 | Updated: 17:08 BST, 12 October 2015

A fast-food customer was so upset his rice box from KFC looked nothing like the advertisement that he posted a picture of the reality on image sharing site imgur.

The frustrated diner, who goes by the handle atheistlee, then started a thread on Reddit complaining about the quality of the meal, which prompted more users to share their fast-food experiences.

The Reddit thread 'What I thought I was eating, what I actually got' highlights the contrast between the well-lit and stylised version used to sell the product next to the reality - limp pieces of battered chicken covered in white sauce resting atop soggy, over-cooked rice.

The picture on the left shows the rice box as advertised while the one on the right is the real-life version

Writing about his meal on Reddit, he said: 'It cost me £6.09 which is about $9.25. I don't expect it to look perfect, but I do expect more than a tiny scoop of rice and half a chicken breast.'


  • Reddit user atheistlee posted the picture on image sharing website imgur
  • His picture highlighted the contrast between advert and what he purchased
  • The £6.09 meal contains rice, bean salsa, sour cream, lettuce, and chicken
  • Send us your advertised v reality food pictures: [email protected]

Published: 09:57 BST, 6 October 2015 | Updated: 17:08 BST, 12 October 2015

A fast-food customer was so upset his rice box from KFC looked nothing like the advertisement that he posted a picture of the reality on image sharing site imgur.

The frustrated diner, who goes by the handle atheistlee, then started a thread on Reddit complaining about the quality of the meal, which prompted more users to share their fast-food experiences.

The Reddit thread 'What I thought I was eating, what I actually got' highlights the contrast between the well-lit and stylised version used to sell the product next to the reality - limp pieces of battered chicken covered in white sauce resting atop soggy, over-cooked rice.

The picture on the left shows the rice box as advertised while the one on the right is the real-life version

Writing about his meal on Reddit, he said: 'It cost me £6.09 which is about $9.25. I don't expect it to look perfect, but I do expect more than a tiny scoop of rice and half a chicken breast.'


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