Chicken doesn't recognize her friend because of haircut


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Rooster ain’t having none of that.


That would be “her friend,” and Obey is right, that rooster definitely don’t approve of that canoodling


“those are MY hens, son…”


There appears to be no video. Am I doing it wrong?


Yes, there could be no other possible reason for her actions.


“Son, I told you to stop hugging poultry. That’s how you get the avian flu.”


Yeah i was expecting a video as well


Friend doesn’t recognize chicken because of his smoking habit. Seems fishy.

Smoked Chickenfish!!!


“Look into the eyes of a chicken and you will see real stupidity. It is a kind of bottomless stupidity, a fiendish stupidity. They are the most horrifying, cannibalistic and nightmarish creatures in the world.” - Werner Herzog


Whenever I get depressed or feel down, I pull up a clip of Werner Herzog narrating something, and just smile and think: “At least I’m not so nihilistic as that guy.”


try this


I was expecting a video AND a source link via…


We had a pet chicken–lived 10 years. Recognized me, wouldn’t come to anyone else. Would come running across the yard to me when I called, and nestle against me making happy chicken noises. One of the sweetest pets I’ve ever had.


Boy, I sure would feel awkward about this video if I wasn’t vegan!

But this way I just smile :smile:


Without an accompanying ‘context’ video, or a source link, the story may well be:
Chicken says reluctant final goodbye to feeder, before going to pot.


Funny, that’s what the chickens say about Werner Herzog.


If I wear a hat or put up the hood on my coat my parrot screams at me like I’m a stranger. But this confusion only happens when I put something on my head, so maybe birds know each other by an imprint of a very specific head/facial appearance? And when that changes even slightly, they have to appraise the difference and if possible adjust? Plus, I think chickens enjoy the sight of a good crewcut.


Hmm…Makes sense…That would mesh well with the combs on roosters…


While growing up, some of my pets were chickens. They were great birds.