Discussion in 'Funny / Meme' started by Member2047631, Mar 3, 2018.
The name is just a joke
Sorry buddy just thought it was part of a joke or something my apologies
What about teaching your chicken some neat tips and tricks?
I saw that a long time ago 😯
Uhh it glitched or something
Okay, so what do you do with a 10 year-old chicken?
We still keep them. We aren't ever going to eat them, we named them and pet them. We would care for her
Our oldest are 5, their birthday is in August. Late August
Chickens have a defined place in the world. Lots of sayings associated with their relationship with humans. "Rule the roost", "playing chicken", "which came first, the chicken or the egg?" Just a few. Anyone have more examples?
"dumb cluck", "Hen-pecked", "fox in the hen house" you're right, there are quite a few chicken-related sayings.
No, I asked if we couldn't talk about that.
Why can't I edit the title of this thread
I'm trying to change the name to; 'Freaking don't talk about eating chickens' 😡
Post what you actually want for a title and I'll change it.
Ya don't need to, I just get annoyed about people talking about eating our feathery helpless friends. Or any animal.
But mostly chickens 🐔
Hey! I didn't want you to actually change it 🙁
That's actually my YouTube profile picture that I've had for months 😃
Don't know why it's so blurry right here though
Looks clear to me.
Have you ever done the chicken dance?
An ambiguous title will continue to invite posts you don't want. I also made a note to the OP so people entering this thread for the first time will know this is for the non food related discussion.
This one looks a lot like one of ours, (I would say her name, but it's extremely weird because I named them when I was in 4th grade)
And yes I can tell the difference, I really can't understand how other people can't. To me they all look completely unique.
I had chickens (for eggs) and ducks (as pets) as a kid and you could tell them apart visually and by their personalities as strange as it sounds.
That's how I do
"Pecking order", and one of my favorites "flying chickens in the barnyard".