My local KFC always gets my order right and the servers are always polite and helpful. and whenever I go in in my wheelchair, they always offer to bring my food to me instead of shouting out my name.
The only problem I ever have with them is when I pay with my ATM, the damn computer always locks up. It's always me, never anybody else. But I've gotten around that by always taking in cash.
I'm glad your location has some basic humanity. I wouldn't want to know how my KFC would treat you. There is evil in that place. Pure evil.
On the bright side, just went to Tommy's Hamburgers. It's kind of like In-N-Out with a chili fetish. Or I guess it's kind of like a Jermaine Jackson. I mean everyone knows he ain't Michael, and sometimes they forget he exists, but when you actually see him do his thing, he ain't half bad!
Anyway, I ordered for two people. One hamburger with everything, one double cheeseburger with no tomatoes, pickles, or mustard, and one order of regular fries. And what did I get? Exactly that, my double cheeseburger had chili, cheese, and onions, and none of the stuff I don't like. It was an order of magnitude more difficult than what I asked of KFC, yet they didn't fail me.
Unfortunately I have some actual work to do today, but hopefully I can get it out of the way so I can write a complaint letter to KFC. Yes, a complaint letter... that should do nicely! Mwahahahahahahaha
Your complaint letter reminded me of an incident my mom had when she and I had lunch once at our local Carl's Jr. She wanted a cheeseburger with nothing but ketchup. It took her eight, yes, eight tries to get it. I don't remember the exact problem (This happened in 1987 or 1988), but she went back to the counter so many times, that on the eighth try when her order was still wrong, she said "fuck it", and ate what they gave her. She then proceeded to pull out two of their courtesy cards and instead of filling them out, she wrote a complaint letter that started "This place sucks!! Only pigs would eat here!!". THAT is why I remember the incident. It still makes me laugh
Suffice it to say that Carl's closed shortly afterward (and reopened in a new, better spot down the street where we never had any problems), became a Boston Chicken for a couple of years, which was just as bad, then when that failed, the building was torn down, and to this day remains an empty lot.