Corruption at KFC! A friend of mine told me yesterday that she had overheard the manager of KFC, a woman named Kristen talking about how she and a fellow Marine wife reported to CID that a MP Berman was conducting background checks on employees for his girlfriend who also happens to be a KFC employee just so they can terminate this MP's girlfriend. I hope for this devils sake that these allegations are false or this could end his career in the Marine Corps. If they are I would definitely sue those people.
I would just like to add that this is not utter bull poop. I spoke to a KFC employee who informed me that the incident is true and that this hole thing started because of two of the stores managers. A couple named Kristen and Cassie. As for the hole attacking a Marines career, then I definitely think this hole thing is utter bull poop...
1. a hollow place in a solid body or surface. "he dug out a small hole in the snow" synonyms: pit, ditch, trench, cavity, crater, depression, indentation, hollow; More well, borehole, excavation, dugout; cave, cavern, pothole "a hole in the ground" an animal's burrow. synonyms: burrow, lair, den, earth, set; More retreat, shelter "the gopher's hole" an aperture passing through something. "he had a hole in his sock" synonyms: opening, aperture, gap, space, orifice, vent, chink, breach, break; More crack, leak, rift, rupture; puncture, perforation, cut, split, gash, slit, rent, tear, crevice, fissure "a hole in the roof" a cavity or receptacle on a golf course, typically one of eighteen or nine, into which the ball must be hit. a hole as representing a division of a golf course or of play in golf. "Stephen lost the first three holes to Eric" Physics a position from which an electron is absent, especially one regarded as a mobile carrier of positive charge in a semiconductor. a valley. noun: Hole "Jackson Hole" 2. informal a small or unpleasant place. "she had wasted a whole lifetime in this hole of a town" synonyms: hovel, slum, shack; More informaldump, dive, pigsty, hole in the wall, rathole, sty "I was living in a real hole" informal an awkward situation. "get yourself out of a hole" synonyms: predicament, difficult situation, awkward situation, corner, tight corner, quandary, dilemma; More crisis, emergency, difficulty, trouble, plight, dire straits, imbroglio; informalfix, jam, mess, bind, scrape, spot, tight spot, pickle, sticky situation, can of worms, hot water "she has dug herself into a hole"
verb verb: hole; 3rd person present: holes; past tense: holed; past participle: holed; gerund or present participle: holing
1. make a hole or holes in. "a fuel tank was holed by the attack and a fire started" 2. Golf hit (the ball) so that it falls into a hole. "alternate shots from each partner until the ball is holed"