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gritsar

Cows, Chooks & Impys - OH MY!
13 Years
Nov 9, 2007
28,906
369
661
SW Arkansas
I use Bing as both my homepage and my favorite search engine.
Last night I was searching for a rooster tether, but couldn't immediately bring the word tether to mind, so I searched for a rooster leash instead.
I didn't find what I was looking for. What I did find was every kind of rooster decoration you could ever think of for a kitchen, right down to the chandelier:

http://www.calibex.com/The-Rooster/zzcalibex2zB1z0--search-html?nxtg=6e200a1c0511-2E29B792B5AD48D4

DH says if I start going overboard with the chicken decorations in the kitchen (I already have a few), he'll start decorating the living room in Harley Davidson stuff. I think that's fair.
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Imp

All things share the same breath- Chief Seattle
11 Years
Sep 7, 2008
14,453
183
318
The Emerald City
My Coop
My Coop
Hey Gritty,

Didn't know you had chicken stuff in your kitchen. Holding out on us I see.
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I found a chicken hot pad last week. I don't have any idea were it came from. Probably a Christmas gift from a neighbor. Not really to my taste. So I through it in with the rest of my hot pads to use until dirty and toss. Then later thought that someone from BYC might like it. Just waiting for the right time to post. So Gritty I'll give you the right of first refusal. If you want it it's yours. If not it goes to the first person who wants it. I can get it into the mail today or tomorrow.



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The chicken head stands up from the hot pad. Not very clear in the pix.

Imp
 

love_a_duck

Songster
9 Years
May 26, 2010
670
5
111
Waterford, Michigan
Hello Imp,

I love it! (I dont have any birds yet, but I have a dream.)
If gritstar doesnt want it, I would love it.
It is fantastic, and as a bonus it will annoy my teenage daughter a little bit.
LOL

Beth
 

Imp

All things share the same breath- Chief Seattle
11 Years
Sep 7, 2008
14,453
183
318
The Emerald City
My Coop
My Coop
Quote:
I remember many years ago a woman sold her collection of fridge magnets to the Smithsonian for a million dollars. She had so many that she had metal walls installed in her house to show them. Individually they were worth nothing, but all together they made her rich.

Here's what I was hanging when I found the hot pad on top of the fridge. I limit myself to one wall.

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