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Remember when Taco Bell announced a clothing line? The branded hats and sweatshirts had us thinking outside the bun, sure, but it just wasn’t really finger lickin’ good…

Thankfully, the king (er, Colonel, technically) of fast-food fried chicken, KFC, has announced that it’s entering the market with some more merch, including home goods, pins, a framed print of mashed potatoes and a creepy pillow case with a profile of Colonel Sanders on it.

The thing is, you could actually wear some of this stuff…

This light blue t-shirt ($30) covered in itty bitty drumsticks, for example, would pair perfectly with a pair of vintage jeans. And a bucket of chicken (coleslaw on the side, not macaroni salad).

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And this vintage-inspired crewneck ($76) is also pretty rad.

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But there are a few questionable items. Like, who wouldn’t want to rock a small pin shaped like a Zinger chicken sandwich on a denim jacket or weekender bag? But a life-size version of the crispy meal turned into an accessory? Ummm, that’s a little intense, even for Colonel Sanders.

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“We’re not telling you where to put it,” the website reads. “we’re just letting you know that when you’re ready to let the world know how you feel about spicy, crispy chicken sandwiches, we have the perfect 4.5″x3″ way for you to express that feeling in pin form.”

Well, we can all sleep at night knowing we have the option. In fact, we can sleep ON the Colonel thanks to this $14 pillow case.

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There are also some classy prints to be had. Like this mound of mashed potatoes covered in gravy for $80. So salty. So delicious. And vegan…to look at, at least.

If you’re hungry for more, you can shop the entire KFC lifestyle collection here. Word to the wise: don’t do it on an empty stomach.

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