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Dude Rants About Boneless Chicken Wings In City Council Meeting

This dude is REAL passionate about chicken wings.

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Woman Details Her Chickens’ Charming Lesbian Relationship

What started as a quarantine buddy with a silly name developed into a hen relationship. If only love stories in our own lives could be so straightforward. For some more stuff about animals, here’s a funny list of all the animals one Tumblr user’s grandpa brought home.

What started as a quarantine buddy with a silly name developed into a hen relationship. If only love stories in our own lives could be so straightforward. For some more stuff about animals, here’s a funny list of all the animals one Tumblr user’s grandpa brought home.

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Adaptation - Amanda Brunton @Amand... · 19h This is Domino. She's a hen we rescued. She wants to lay an egg, but has to keep stopping in order to SCREAM AT THE WIND every time there's a big gust. Life as a chicken is very complicated sometimes. 2,523 views 27 30 160

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Text - Amanda Brunton @Amand. 10h v Just over a year ago, our neighbours asked me if I was missing a chicken, because one had been spotted on the meadow outside our house (I was not missing a hen). About 6 weeks later someone caught the hen and brought her to me, assuming she was mine (she was not). 76 27 53 256 Amanda Brunton @Amand.. · 10h She was very thin and weak so I brought her indoors and set about finding her owner. She clearly loved being around people and we assumed she was a pet. We

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Text - Amanda Brunton @Amand.. 10h v New hens have to be quarantined, preferably with a quarantine buddy. That way, if they have recovered from something infectious but remain a carrier, you'll find out when the other bird gets sick. I learned some carpentry and made her a coop, and bought her a new friend. 27 5 145 Amanda Brunton @Amand.. · 10h v The big grey bird is a bantam Brahma - full size brahmas are HUGE. They are gentle giants though, and we figured that a big bird would defend Domino,

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Text - Amanda Brunton @Amand. · 10h v Domino wasn't delighted with losing her heated towel rail privileges or sharing her new palace with a stranger, but the two hens quickly became best buds. A few weeks later and with neither bird sick, they were ready to start being introduced to my other girls. 2 106 Amanda Brunton @Amandy. · 9h To start, we moved the quarantine coop close to the other birds so they could see each other, but not touch before letting them spend time together. This is Cleo, on

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Chicken - Amanda Brunton @Amandycat Replying to @Amandycat @notanastronomer and 3 others They went straight for each others faces, bit off a chunk of each others' combs and there was BLOOD EVERYWHERE. This is her 'I'm not locked in here with you. YOU'RE LOCKED IN HERE WITH ME' face. This is also the point at which I started to wonder wtf I had brought upon myself 2:12 · 26 Feb 20 · Twitter for iPhone

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Text - Amanda Brunton @Amand.. 10h We EVENTUALLY got Domino to calm tf down by supervising short visits with the other girls and gradually increasing the amount of time she spent with them. She's half the size of my other birds but was not satisfied until she was officially head of the pecking order. 27 102 Amanda Brunton @Amandycat Replying to @Amandycat @notanastronomer and 3 others Meanwhile Michelle, the freaking ENORMOUS bird we brought in to 'protect' the sweet little bantam we adopted (ha

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Text - Amanda Brunton @Amandy... · 9h v Replying to @Amandycat @notanastronomer and 3 others Domino now HUSTLES RIGHT IN THERE if the other birds are giving her big dumb friend any trouble. They go to sleep at night separate to the other chickens, all snuggled up together, usually with one tucked under the other's wing. 274 ♡ 178 Amanda Brunton @Amandy... · 9h v The other thing I have noticed is that if I bring in any treats and Michelle is too timid to get a look in, Domino goes and grabs some,

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Text - Amanda Brunton @Amandycat Replying to @Amandycat @notanastronomer and 3 others I mentioned this to the breeder that I bought Michelle from recently, and she says she's only ever seen this behaviour as something roosters do for their favourite hen. So basically, I've had adorable little chicken-y lesbians in my back garden the whole time and I DIDN'T REALISE 2:21 · 26 Feb 20 · Twitter for iPhone

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Text - Amanda Brunton @Amandy.. ·9h v Replying to @Amandycat @notanastronomer and 3 others (I am the worst chicken parent) 27 90 Amanda Brunton @Amandy... · 9h So anyway, we have had Domino and Michelle for just a smidgen over a year now. Domino has calmed down enough that she is no longer a feathery little ball of rage *all* the time, though windy days bring out the worst in her. Michelle is adorable scaredy/cat goofball. THE END 180

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Egg - Amanda Brunton @Amandycat Replying to @Amandycat @notanastronomer and 3 others Postscript, since everyone loves Domino and Michelle: Michelle has laid two, TWO eggs in the year we have had her. Laying eggs is over-rated. Domino lays green (!) eggs like a feathery little machine gun and then goes broody and turns into a small angry dinosaur.

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Text - Amanda Brunton @Amandycat Replying to @Amandycat @notanastronomer and 3 others We don't have any roosters, so letting a hen stay broody is bad for her - she will sit on the eggs, barely eating or drinking, waiting for them to hatch until they go rotten. Hence, we have 'chicken jail' (pictured, one of Michelle's two eggs with a blue one from my legbars)

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Text - Amanda Brunton @Amandy... · 9h v Why is Michelle in chicken jail you ask? We send Domino there to keep her off the nest and get her out of her broody fit ASAP. If you don't put Michelle in with her, they both go nuts squawking and throwing themselves at the bars, trying to get back together again. 27 1 141 Amanda Brunton @Amandycat Replying to @Amandycat @notanastronomer and 3 others Michelle spends a LOT of summertime incarcerated along with her broody girlfriend e 2:38 · 26 Feb 20 · Twi

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Super Chill Cat Hanging Out With A Little Chick (Video)

We are simple people. We don’t understand many things in this world but we do know we want to see a chicken sitting on a cat’s head. 

Don’t ask us why there is no answer. And furthermore, we know you want to see it, too.

This is one super chill cat to deal with this nonstop moving chick all day! The cat who obviously wants to nap doesn’t show any signs of annoyance or aggression.

Our goals in life? To be as zen as this cat. 

We are simple people. We don’t understand many things in this world but we do know we want to see a chicken sitting on a cat’s head. 

Don’t ask us why there is no answer. And furthermore, we know you want to see it, too.

This is one super chill cat to deal with this nonstop moving chick all day! The cat who obviously wants to nap doesn’t show any signs of annoyance or aggression.

Our goals in life? To be as zen as this cat. 

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Mama Chicken Embraces Ducklings As Her Own

After losing her baby chicks, this mother hen has taken in seven little critters into her care: 5 ducklings and 2 Totenko Fowl chicks. This mama has her work cut out for her! 

Protective and caring, this mother hen is turning out to be the best mother these other little critters could’ve ever hoped for! 

Don’t believe us? Watch how these chicken dotes on the ducklings and how the ducklings flock to her — instead of their actual birth mother. 

Maternal instinct comes to naturally this caring chicken. 

After losing her baby chicks, this mother hen has taken in seven little critters into her care: 5 ducklings and 2 Totenko Fowl chicks. This mama has her work cut out for her! 

Protective and caring, this mother hen is turning out to be the best mother these other little critters could’ve ever hoped for! 

Don’t believe us? Watch how these chicken dotes on the ducklings and how the ducklings flock to her — instead of their actual birth mother. 

Maternal instinct comes to naturally this caring chicken. 

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Potluck Twitter Story Is A Cringey Tale Of Zero Seasoning & Extra Salmonella

The whole “white people don’t season their food” thing sometimes feels offensive to those of us who lack melanin and worship the spice cabinet, but this Twitter story is proof that the stereotype exists for good reason. Twitter user @cavebeauty experienced the horror first-hand at a company potluck when her colleague brought raw chicken and a deep fryer to the event. Not only did he decline seasoning the chicken before frying it, but he was handling the chicken with his bare hands and touching stuff without washing them. Disturbing. Hopefully you’ll read this nightmare long after digging into lunch. 

The whole “white people don’t season their food” thing sometimes feels offensive to those of us who lack melanin and worship the spice cabinet, but this Twitter story is proof that the stereotype exists for good reason. Twitter user @cavebeauty experienced the horror first-hand at a company potluck when her colleague brought raw chicken and a deep fryer to the event. Not only did he decline seasoning the chicken before frying it, but he was handling the chicken with his bare hands and touching stuff without washing them. Disturbing. Hopefully you’ll read this nightmare long after digging into lunch. 

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Live Out Your Dream Of Becoming A Chicken With Chicken Leg Stockings

Finally! You can live out your fantasy of becoming a chicken with novelty chicken-leg stockings! The hilarious socks will without a doubt break the ice and be the center of any (and every) conversation you’ll have while wearing them. Are you ready for all that attention and responsibility? 

If yes, you can find the amazing stockings here on Amazon! The best part? They’re less than $10! Don’t be chicken…be a chicken! 

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Dumb Chicken Sandwich Memes To Distract From Any Of Our Nation’s Actual Problems

In case you haven’t heard about the Great Sandwich War of 2019…well, it’s a thing. Because apparently that’s what’s important in people’s lives right now. Not, you know, the fact that the Amazon Rain Forest is burning down, or the political turmoil happening throughout the world. Nope, it’s the chicken sandwiches that matter.

Anyway, have a lovely day and enjoy these memes about fried chicken sandwiches! Or whatever! Who cares!

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‘Chicken Wars’ Are Dividing The Public Over Fast Food

Have you ever seen America this divided over something? Aside from the 2016 presidential elections, we think not. 

Popeyes and Chick-fil-A came out with a new fried chicken sandwich at the same time and it’s created quite the heated debate on Twitter under the hashtag “chicken wars.” Even Twitter troll-master Wendy’s has gotten in on the roasting, which is a surprise to absolutely no one.

It seems that Twitter has already chosen Popeyes as the winner, but of course you’ll have to make the call on your own once you try both!

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Efficiency Win! All The Major Fried Chicken Chains Have Collectively Agreed To Start Selling Fried Pelican Instead Of Chicken Because They Can Just Find Pelicans For Free Outside

Some of the biggest names in fast food just announced a brilliant new plan aimed at maintaining profitability while keeping prices low: All the major fried chicken chains in the U.S. have collectively agreed to start selling fried pelican instead of chicken because they can just find pelicans for free outside.

Genius! They’ll be teaching this in business schools for years to come.

In a joint statement released this morning, a group of more than a dozen prominent fried chicken chains including KFC, Popeyes, Chick-Fil-A, and Zaxby’s, revealed that moving forward, they will be adopting pelican meat as their primary protein, as there are loads of pelicans wandering around in America’s parks and swamplands, totally free for the taking, that can be easily rounded up in U-Hauls and efficiently slaughtered with baseball bats.

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Altogether the move will save the chains billions of dollars a year in wholesale poultry costs, making it a no-brainer from a financial standpoint. And by coordinating a simultaneous transition from chicken to pelican meat across all the major chicken restaurant chains, it will encourage consumers to quickly adapt to the change, as chicken meat will no longer be available to them at a fast food price point.

“We are excited to share that, after years of shouldering the exorbitant costs of raising and processing chickens, America’s fried chicken restaurants are now going 100% pelican,” the statement read. “Pelicans are very slow and stupid, making it incredibly easy to just walk up to them and stuff them in a duffel bag, which is how we will source them for our restaurants now. Pelicans have a lot more meat on them than chickens, meaning we’ll be able to get much more mileage out of every bird, and once they are deep-fried and seasoned, consumers will hardly notice the acrid, oily flavor you get from birds raised on fish- and litter-based diets.”

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“Now, instead of consumers paying $2.50 for a measly chicken breast that earns the restaurant $.06 in profit, consumers can pay $2.50 for a pelican breast the size of a catcher’s mitt that generates over $2 in profit,” the statement continued. “It’s a win-win for everyone.”

The move will likely be welcomed by animal rights groups, who have long criticized the restaurants for their industrial poultry operations but will now be hard-pressed to find any ethical qualms with the sourcing of pelicans, as they are free-range birds that have been raised in the wild and are far too ugly to feel sympathy for. Additionally, having guys catch pelicans in a park is exponentially better for the environment than factory farming, making it a huge win for the planet as well.

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Wow! It’s too bad they didn’t think to do this years ago.

It’s hard to see this as anything but a good thing in virtually every single regard. Kudos to these restaurants for not only coming up with this amazing idea but also uniting together to implement it. We can’t wait to hit up our local chicken chain for an eight-piece bucket of delicious fried pelican!

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