Kiki's White Trash and or Nerdy Birthday Bash Funeral

Status
Not open for further replies.

MROO

Enabler
Feb 26, 2018
6,927
35,670
1,037
The North-Eastern Corner of Maryland
Yeah that was my main worry. That they would carry it to another flock even if they themselves didn’t get sick. Just not worth it to me. I would hate to be responsible for that. Plus I definitely don’t need more birds 😂🤣
It's a smart Chicken Tender who knows her limitations! Unfortunately, most of us didn't pay that close attention in Chicken Math class ... so we forgot how to count!
 

MROO

Enabler
Feb 26, 2018
6,927
35,670
1,037
The North-Eastern Corner of Maryland
I'm not sure... the original name was "Chocolate Wacky Cake," and I'm guessing that it has to do with the fact that the cake doesn't contain any eggs or butter.
Maybe.
Tasty, though, as well as easy, and an automatic go-to cake in our house.
Is it the one with loads of cocoa and some vinegar? We call that one a Crazy Cake ... so it's probably close to if the actual same cake. Either way ... it's easy and it's yummy!
We sometimes make it with peanut butter icing ... amazing stuff, that!

OOPS - Edit to change "coca" to "cocoa." It's not THAT kind of recipe!
 
Last edited:

MROO

Enabler
Feb 26, 2018
6,927
35,670
1,037
The North-Eastern Corner of Maryland
Rats are amazing! :love I’ve wanted them ever since I started following an account several years ago that showed me just how truly cute and amazing they can be. They posted all sorts of cute photos of them and fantastic information about them, their care, changing all the misconceptions about them, etc. I was always sad when rat would die (I followed the account for a long time) but happy when they would add another. I loved following their stories and life haha I don’t know what ever happened to that account since I haven’t checked back in years. But anyway, they changed my feelings on rats. Or rather, made me want them since I never hated them. That and all the trick videos I’ve seen. They can do some amazing things. :eek:
One of my vet friends always kept rats. No matter where you met up with her, she nearly always had one with her. If you didn't see it, all you had to do was ask - and she'd give a special little whistle ... and a head would pop out f a pocket, or her hood, or something else on or near her. It was too cool! I'd love to have them, myself, but they don't live long enough. There's an awful lot of training and a really tight bond to give up after just two years. I couldn't do it!-
 

Tesumph

Knotenolk
Premium Feather Member
5 Years
Jul 10, 2015
5,753
49,242
1,187
One of my vet friends always kept rats. No matter where you met up with her, she nearly always had one with her. If you didn't see it, all you had to do was ask - and she'd give a special little whistle ... and a head would pop out f a pocket, or her hood, or something else on or near her. It was too cool! I'd love to have them, myself, but they don't live long enough. There's an awful lot of training and a really tight bond to give up after just two years. I couldn't do it!-
Exactly why I don't keep them anymore, too much heartbreak. They are wicked smart lil dudes.
 

KDOGG331

The Dawg
Premium Feather Member
12 Years
Jan 18, 2008
56,093
191,036
1,736
Massachusetts
It's a smart Chicken Tender who knows her limitations! Unfortunately, most of us didn't pay that close attention in Chicken Math class ... so we forgot how to count!
😂🤣😂 I mostly just don’t wanna build another coop or pay for more feed 😂🤣 otherwise I’d probably have like 50 or 100 lmao well, I doubt I’d ever go that high actually. I don’t think I would want to go over like 30.
 

KDOGG331

The Dawg
Premium Feather Member
12 Years
Jan 18, 2008
56,093
191,036
1,736
Massachusetts
One of my vet friends always kept rats. No matter where you met up with her, she nearly always had one with her. If you didn't see it, all you had to do was ask - and she'd give a special little whistle ... and a head would pop out f a pocket, or her hood, or something else on or near her. It was too cool! I'd love to have them, myself, but they don't live long enough. There's an awful lot of training and a really tight bond to give up after just two years. I couldn't do it!-
Exactly why I don't keep them anymore, too much heartbreak. They are wicked smart lil dudes.
Yeah, I don’t think I could handle the life span! But they seem like amazing creatures and like the better of the small pets. Much more interactive than most. Although guinea pigs and gerbils are cool too.
 
Status
Not open for further replies.

New posts New threads Active threads

Top Bottom