"Share a Laugh" a Random Posting Thread ~ hosts, Mike & Sally

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  1. Sally Sunshine

    Sally Sunshine Cattywampus Angel <straightens Halo> Premium Member Project Manager

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  2. BantyChooks

    BantyChooks Sing Brightly Premium Member Project Manager

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    Es ok, :hugs I'm just peeved that I drove all the way out there to have them tell me NO actually they don't do that..... Actual breeds didn't matter *too* much..... I still have some more places to check before I throw in the towel and buy 5 white leghorns and an EE roo like I originally planned.... And HATCH ALL THE EGGS.. :cool:

    OH I do have another possibe source of eggs, with lav orp eggs/chicks available. :celebrate

    But I'ffn ya still wanna know, & help me with ID'ing chicks, I was gonna get:
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  3. Sally Sunshine

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  5. Peachickie

    Peachickie Chillin' With My Peeps

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    here's a photo of my buff laced girl at a few days old.

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    Hope you find one @BantyChooks

    Edit: Fixing mistakes caused by iPhone...yes I'm sticking with that story
     
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  6. TJordan

    TJordan Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Funny story I heard long ago.... Well the moral is. Not so much the story.

    One cold, windy day a poor chick was blown from its nest and it fell to the ground. Well thankfully the chick was ok. Just scared and alone and with the wind quickly started getting cold. Well because he was upset he started crying out... Peep peep peep... Over and over. After a few minutes a kind cow overheard the chick and walked over. Well, upon seeing the poor thing cold the cow took pity on him and lifted her tail up high and ...SPLAT! Dropped a big hot cowpie over the chick. Well now the chick was nice and warm but still not happy. Peep peep peep the chick started crying again. This time though a mean old fox heard him and came a running. He reached out his paw, drug the chick from the cowpie and kindly wiped him off. Next the mean old fox lifted the bird high above his head and.... GULP!!! Swallowed that poor chick in one bite.

    Sad yes but I've heard there is a moral behind it... 2 to be in fact. Can you tell me them [​IMG]
     
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  7. Sally Sunshine

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  8. TJordan

    TJordan Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Close. Good one

    I'll give you one for free... Not everyone who dumps crap on you means harm and not everyone who pull you out of that crap means good.
     
  9. lindalouly

    lindalouly Grd Ctrl 2 Major Tom

    Now, I'm just posting this joke cause I think it is funny... Keep in my I own a pitbull that protects her flock...


    What do you get when you cross a chicken with a pitbull?



    A pitbull. Get it..... The pitbull ate the chicken...
     
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    TJordan Chillin' With My Peeps

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