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cap, captain miss america
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SO!

I went to a farm yesterday. The chickens, as usual, proved their superiority to common barnyard animals, and people, by escaping from their manmade pen. FOOLISH HUMANS!

My brother asked me why the chickens, unlike the other barnyard animals, were not in an electric fence. I explained to him that the frightening intellect of the chickens would lead them to harness the power of the electric fence to their own evil purposes.

Also, I got to see a cockfight. Um, a real one, where the cocks just got pissed with each other and went BAKAW! Not some forced-slavery cockfight.

There was also one chicken that was totally digging its way out of the farm. The mob mentality is totally an act. They are so on to us. I keep checking strangers I meet to make sure they are not chickens in people costumes. You have to do that or you might become a pawn in their plan for world domination.


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I don't exactly know why, but this is the most awesome entry ever.

Did you think Animal Farm was allegory?

if you think chickens are scary... you should see geese. Damn those buggers. Intelligent far beyond their means, but MEAN AS HELL to boot.

No, see, that is why the chickens are smarter. They make us believe that they are docile; we go along with their ploy!

I need a chicken icon, because there are always chicken posts with inappropriate icons being used.

i used to have two. i'm not sure where the other one went. i think the chickens stole it.

My brother asked me why the chickens, unlike the other barnyard animals, were not in an electric fence. I explained to him that the frightening intellect of the chickens would lead them to harness the power of the electric fence to their own evil purposes.

HAHAHAHAHAHA. You're a genious.

When I used to work on a farm, we discovered that you can hypnotize chickens by holding them still and dragging a stick back and forth in front of their faces for five minutes. When you let them go, they just stay there looking at the ground.
Don't ask me how we figured this out. We were an odd group, also known for giving very solemn funerals to poor, departed squash plants.

OMG you too? Back in college, my roommate and I were completely sure the chickens were going to take over. Only they had a code name- "chikwens." Whenever we were certain there was chicken activity in the area, we'd mutter to each other "the chikwens in the house." That was our cue to be alert.

I knew there was a consipiracy!

Yeah, I know all about the chicken plot. They attacked me once. Good thing you know better.

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