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Thread: Why did the chicken cross the road?

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    Super Member charmpacksplus's Avatar
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    This really happened!

    So these two chickens have been at the local post office for at least a month and yesterday they were standing by the side of the road, good enough to get hit, so I rolled down my window and asked them "Why did the chicken cross the road?" They stood there looking at me like I was stupid..... and then they crossed the road to get to the other side.

    And I just happened to have my camera with me :lol:
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    LOL -- what are the chances that you'd get a picture of that??

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    :lol: :lol: :lol: And now I know :thumbup:

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    I've never seen a white chicken with such amazing red, er, hair?
    Don't know what it's called but he's beautiful! Glad he didn't get hit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady Tapioca
    I've never seen a white chicken with such amazing red, er, hair?
    Don't know what it's called but he's beautiful! Glad he didn't get hit!
    It's called a comb or Cock's Comb as a rooster is refered to as a Cockerell.

    My great grandpa used to raise Red Rock chickens and my mom and dad used to raise chickens to butcher. I gathered eggs at my grandparents farm when I was a kid.

    I love this picture!!! Makes me think of the Country Mouse going to see his City Mouse cousin. I wonder if this rooster had a City cousin?

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    what a beautiful rooster! glad we now know the answer lol

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    He sure is a pretty thing! He looks so proud strutting across the Street. Love it!

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    Beautiful rooster. Looks like a White Leghorn. Gonna get killed if somebody doesn't move it. Too bad, nice looking.

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    Gee, I thought the chicken crossed the road to show the Armadilla that it could be done!!! teehee....

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    I don't know if you all noticed, but the rooster is following a red hen across the street. Her tail end is visible right behind my car. They've been camping out on the lawn at the post office for a while. It's pretty funny because this is in town, no farms around. No houses close by either.

    Here's another look at them from another day.
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