Dimoo, dressed as Colonel Sanders, French fries and sweet corn, that's the latest toy craze among young Chinese.
You can get this set of toys by buying the newly-launched blind box by KFC.
The fast food giant has teamed up with China's Pop Mart to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the opening of its first outlet on the Chinese mainland.
Each set includes seven toys, all of them featuring Dimoo, a character created by Pop Mart in different outfits and styles.
该系列盲盒总共包含7款形象，都是穿着不同服装、拥有不同风格的Dimoo--这是Pop Mart自创的一个角色 。
Six can be obtained by buying a chicken bucket, and the seventh can only be unlocked when the other six are collected.
A box with a random assortment is included in a 99-yuan family set meal, that's about 15 US Dollars.
The new "blind box" meal thrilled fans of Pop Mart, and in some places, the toys were sold out in a flash.
One fan spent about 1,600 US Dollars on 106 meals to collect all the toys. She showed off the bill on Weibo.
为了收集齐所有的玩具，一位粉丝甚至花了约1600美元、买了106份家庭桶套餐 。她在微博上晒出了自己的账单 。
"I just can't resist blind boxes," she said, but stressed the meals were a treat for her staff after other users accused her of food waste.
她写道：“我就是无法抗拒盲盒的诱惑 。”但在其他用户指责她浪费食物后，她强调称，这些食物是给自己员工的福利 。
As the meals are meant to be eaten by a family, many single collectors have found themselves in a conundrum: they want the toys, but don't want the food.
To help out, an "eat-for-you" service has emerged online.
But this triggered more debate over food waste and KFC's commercial promotion schemes, the China Consumers Association warning about its harmful effects.