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# 185568 27-Nov-2015 18:10
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So first world problem here. Had some KFC for tea tonight and the missus asked do they still do the wet naps. I know they don't but when did they stop supplying them and anybody know why ?? , my guess is cost but I can't remember when they no longer became available.




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  # 1436218 27-Nov-2015 18:15
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If KFC gives you wet naps you like KFC too much.




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  # 1436231 27-Nov-2015 18:51
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@nate should be able to help with that. CEO of KFC.




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  # 1436238 27-Nov-2015 19:04
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What is a 'wet nap'?







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  # 1436265 27-Nov-2015 19:38
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Moist towelette





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  # 1436287 27-Nov-2015 20:13
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This is NZ bro', just use your sleeve.  






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  # 1436290 27-Nov-2015 20:23
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scuwp: This is NZ bro', just use your sleeve.  




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  # 1436305 27-Nov-2015 20:59
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Went to the countdown in cambridge the other day looking for some.
WOW they have a pharmacy inside the countdown. Its fancy as compared to our two countdowns in napier (across the road from each other)  
Anyhow i couldnt find the moist towellettes and carried on to auckland.




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  # 1436324 27-Nov-2015 21:02
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raytaylor: Went to the countdown in cambridge the other day looking for some.
WOW they have a pharmacy inside the countdown. Its fancy as compared to our two countdowns in napier (across the road from each other)  
Anyhow i couldnt find the moist towellettes and carried on to auckland.

What useless sort of supermarket doesn't stock wet-wipes?




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Not stocking them is different from me being able to find them.
All my food shopping is done at a speaker box run by mcdonalds so im not good at using countdowns.




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  # 1436388 27-Nov-2015 22:27
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The KFC downtown has a sink you can wash you hands in, from what I remember.

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Presso: Moist towelette



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  # 1436458 28-Nov-2015 00:05
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raytaylor: Not stocking them is different from me being able to find them.
All my food shopping is done at a speaker box run by mcdonalds so im not good at using countdowns.


Ha! We once had some people turn up at our B&B at 10pm in rural Wairarapa. They had a child of less than 5 with them and their first question was "Is there a McDonalds around here where we can get his dinner?"

They were perplexed when we told them there was unlikely to be anything at all open, much less a McDonalds - but they could drive 40km to Masterton if that was what they really wanted! Townies.





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  # 1436483 28-Nov-2015 00:26
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Just ask staff for them. They don't give them out automatically with meals but I got a couple a few weeks back.

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  # 1436484 28-Nov-2015 00:29

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I just like the idea of going into KFC and asking for a 'moist towelette'.

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  # 1436492 28-Nov-2015 01:05
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Swing by Kmart, grab a bunch of their $1 antibacterial wipes. Come in packs of 10-12 wipes that reseal.

I leave one in my bag, one in the car, one on desk at work and home and the rest sit in the bathroom for when I run out of one. Seriously they are life. I often use them to lift up a bit of food before it sets and stains, wipe something off before it dries and goes sticky, endless options including after a KFC feed :D




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