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I live in an area that gets alot of snow, I think I'll create some bootwear for chickens to go along with the clothing. Great Chicken site....
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    chicken clothing


    I live in an area that gets alot of snow, I think I'll create some bootwear for chickens to go along with the clothing.

    Great Chicken site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ibowtotux
    Quote Originally Posted by jaboua
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    I can't wait until the fashion designers take part in this and start to make "racey" chicken attire. Soon, the fad will take off and everyone wants a chicken for a pet. Imagine....Paris Hilton having a chicken under her arm wearing shades, spandex, and a shirt that says "Slut".
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    Usually I'm being sarcastic when I use netspeak acronyms, but I'll indulge myself this time...

    ROFL

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaboua
    Quote Originally Posted by ibowtotux
    Quote Originally Posted by jaboua
    Quote Originally Posted by ibowtotux
    I can't wait until the fashion designers take part in this and start to make "racey" chicken attire. Soon, the fad will take off and everyone wants a chicken for a pet. Imagine....Paris Hilton having a chicken under her arm wearing shades, spandex, and a shirt that says "Slut".
    LOL! Btw, you will get your 100'th post at next post

    This post?
    Yeah! How did you guess that?
    I perceptive.

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    That's... that's....


    Let's see how I can describe this....


    WTF ROFLMAO OMFG?!?!?

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    LMFAO - I didn't realise chickens had dignity, until I saw someone take it away from one
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    I once had a pet chick, when I was young we all--me and my cousins--got dyed easter chicks one year to celebrate. They were so cute and cuddily. Of course we had to let them go and stay one my grandmother's sister's farm since we lived in an urban area--urban in the south so it was like 12,000 people. A few months later we went to visit the farm for a reunion and we had a great fried chicken dinner. Later on we wanted to see our chickens, our great aunt informed us that we had just eaten them
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    Quote Originally Posted by genesus
    I once had a pet chick...
    But it wouldn't put the lotion on its skin... so it had to die.
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    Quote Originally Posted by techieMoe
    Quote Originally Posted by genesus
    I once had a pet chick...
    But it wouldn't put the lotion on its skin... so it had to die.
    Yes Dr. Lecter
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    hmm...fat chick
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