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post #21 of 2425

"Ew, is that white thing in the egg sperm from the rooster?!!" (asking about the chalaza)

Humble people don't think less of themselves, they just think of themselves less.
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Humble people don't think less of themselves, they just think of themselves less.
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post #22 of 2425
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Originally Posted by Cajunsamoan 

My family came for a visit from Hawaii.  One of my teenage cousins was petting the donkeys and asked if their tails really came off.  She was serious!


No, that beats my story! lau

post #23 of 2425
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Originally Posted by Marion 

"Ew, is that white thing in the egg sperm from the rooster?!!" (asking about the chalaza)


now, when i first started posting on here, i asked about the same thing!!!  lol

wife to my highschool sweetheart for almost 18 years, mother to 6 boys and 1 girl.
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wife to my highschool sweetheart for almost 18 years, mother to 6 boys and 1 girl.
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post #24 of 2425
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Originally Posted by motherof5boys1girl 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Marion 

"Ew, is that white thing in the egg sperm from the rooster?!!" (asking about the chalaza)


now, when i first started posting on here, i asked about the same thing!!!  lol


HA!  That possibilty never even occurred to me...

post #25 of 2425

I asked sooo many silly newbie questions when I first started.  I look back now and think "oh dear!!!".  lol

Craptastic.
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Craptastic.
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post #26 of 2425
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Originally Posted by tamlynn 

lol These are awesome!

People ask me all the time if we actually eat the eggs my chicken lays. Like she is laying some foreign object not fit for human consumption.

After a friend found out we butchered 3 of our roos, he sincerely asked what they tasted like. Um, they taste like chicken!!!


lau   lau  lau

West Virginia Classifieds
2 cats, 1 dog.  Should I include hubby in the same list with the pets? :-)  Soon to be chicken owner.  Finally got
the coop and will start my chickens in the spring.
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West Virginia Classifieds
2 cats, 1 dog.  Should I include hubby in the same list with the pets? :-)  Soon to be chicken owner.  Finally got
the coop and will start my chickens in the spring.
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post #27 of 2425

While i was at Farmers market over the summer this man came up really shyly with his wife tagging behind.
He asked if i had brown eggs,
so I took out a carton and showed him.
then he kinda asked real quite if i could switch the white ones out for brown, because his wife is allergic to white eggs.

(idk if it is possible to be allergic to white eggs, cuz some people are allergic to milk from certain cows, but it made me laugh at the time)

Attack life, its gonna kill you anyways
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Attack life, its gonna kill you anyways
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post #28 of 2425
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Originally Posted by teacher 

This one I hear all the time from people looking to buy their FIRST horse (pony, mule, equine generally)
"Oh no, we aren't interested in test riding that older one-we want something young so it can grow up with our child....they'll bond better"
and I get this alot from co-workers:
"Oh that's gross-I don't want those nasty eggs of yours-they came out of a chicken's butt".   The same folks do buy eggs from the store....roll


lau  lau  lau  Ya'll are killing me.  gig

West Virginia Classifieds
2 cats, 1 dog.  Should I include hubby in the same list with the pets? :-)  Soon to be chicken owner.  Finally got
the coop and will start my chickens in the spring.
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West Virginia Classifieds
2 cats, 1 dog.  Should I include hubby in the same list with the pets? :-)  Soon to be chicken owner.  Finally got
the coop and will start my chickens in the spring.
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post #29 of 2425

This was at my work, at the fabric store, one row over.

Wife: I wonder why some eggs are brown?

Husband: The brown ones are all organic, that's why they're not as clean. No chemicals to clean them! I wont buy brown eggs, they're disgusting.

barnieheth

One spoiled tabby, and no chickens... YET.
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One spoiled tabby, and no chickens... YET.
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post #30 of 2425
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Originally Posted by hennypenny9 

This was at my work, at the fabric store, one row over.

Wife: I wonder why some eggs are brown?

Husband: The brown ones are all organic, that's why they're not as clean. No chemicals to clean them! I wont buy brown eggs, they're disgusting.

barnieheth


OMG lau

I must have some really dirty organic eggs!!!!

Best darn kid in the world, and some great fowl too.
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Best darn kid in the world, and some great fowl too.
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