Mila Kunis "stole my chicken"


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I was expecting to see at least ‘one meeeellliiiooon’ dollars. $5,000 seems wholly reasonable, if one were to completely ignore the reason for the lawsuit.

TIL: don’t mess with a Ukranian’s chickens.


#4

In before the “Mila Kunis can have my ROOSTER” jokes.


#5

Metaphor?


#6

How horrifying! If somebody wealthy and famous stole my chicken, I might need even more expensive therapy than that. Even if they didn’t steal my chicken. In fact, just meeting a celebrity might be a trigger.


#7

I’m unable to devote any resources to the investigation of this theft unless and until I’m assured it’s a picture of the actual chicken in question.


#8

Uh, okay: it’s a picture of the actual chicken in question.

Now, go git 'em, tiger!


#9

Celebrities–they’re just like you and me! They brush their teeth, they watch TV, they steal their classmates’ chickens…


#10

Bloody lawyers. You omit one proviso and everyone expects you to do something.


#11

Best headline since “William Shatner Lent Me His Hairpiece.”


#12

Hermoine just stole all of our shit.


#13

Probably choked the poor thing too.


#14

She’s grown.


#15

If only there was a video on par with “Charlie bit my finger.”


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$5000 is the largest amount you can sue for in California Small Claims Court. I can’t tell from the article in which court the lawsuit was filed, but you don’t need a lawyer for Small Claims.


#18

ce ne est pas un poulet


#19

I’d like to steal my chic… no wait. I’d like to steal her… no. If I had a chicken stolen th DAMNIT!


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