It’s The Kielbasa Kid…

and you’ll have to excuse me but I don’t give a crap about the royal wedding that is coming up on Saturday. I find it amazing how all the news sites and social media are falling all over themselves to provide as much coverage as they can. Who’s going to walk the bride down the isle now that the father has said he will stay away? Whose spray painting the word “fork” on buildings and signs along the route that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will travel on their big day and what does it mean? Did you know that the happy couple will spend the night before their wedding in separate country hotels in Dorchester, England and that 30 Chefs are being brought in to make the couples wedding dinner? Who cares? I don’t and apparently an anti-monarchist group called Republic doesn’t either and have the poll results to prove it. They say 66% of people in the UK have no interest and 60% plan to have a normal weekend but it’s their survey so no bias, there right? Especially when the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton was watched by about 27 million Brits and 23 million Americans in 2011. KFC is giving away Gold Buckets in honor of the Royal Wedding. 25 will be given away at KFC’s Windsor, England restaurant near where the wedding will take place and the other will be given away on KFC’s app. Well, what’s a wedding without chicken, for the reception you understand, not to mention the Prince Harry and Meghan Markle life size cakes that look just like the Royal couple thanks to UK-based dessert master Lara Mason and who knows if it’s for the reception the same goes for the ice cream but Dairy Queen is stepping up to the plate or would that be fountain. According to QSR magazine DQ will have two new blizzard flavors. Royal Oreo that features vanilla soft serve with Oreo Cookies and a Fudge Center and a Royal New York Cheesecake that has vanilla soft serve blended with cheesecake pieces, graham crackers and strawberries. You know, that sounds like something I could go for after I cut the grass because that’s what I’ll be doing during the Royal Wedding this Saturday. Hopefully it won’t rain.