Let’s Talk Chicken… chapter 2.


Admit it, you’d thought I’d forgotten about this series.




Well, I didn’t.

And in case you missed chapter 1…

Let’s talk chicken…


Chapter 2.




Chicken etiquette.

(Be honest…

Where else can you find quality blog content like this?

No where, that’s where.)




Chickens are the most common bird on earth.

And since they out number us by 43 billion?

You might want to pay attention.

The uprising could come any day now.




Pecking order is important… and not always based on size. Scientists believe breed, intelligence and personality allow chickens to size up other members of the flock. Knowing your place is what it’s all about.

The usual hen house order goes like this:




The rooster is king.

Let’s call him Jon…




Next is the head hen…




We shall call her Sansa.




Then there’s the sentinel.




Whose name is Arya.




And finally, the weak bottom dweller…




Who, of course… is named Theon.




(Hey, it’s Game of Thrones final season…

It can’t all be about chickens.)

But here’s a tidbit of trivia you probably could have gone all day without knowing.




Cold hearted bitches, chickens.

But who can blame her when a man with better hair comes along?



37 thoughts on “Let’s Talk Chicken… chapter 2.”

      1. Yeah… But, I hadn’t opened that box since I was a kid. The sport itself was awful (I saw one as a child). Fortunately, my father quit doing it once we moved out of the Florida panhandle…

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      2. A lot of frustration down there. In Texas, if you owned a dog, you kept it inaccessible because some were being taken and used to teach pitbulls how to kill in the ring. The small town I lived in lost several… just lifted out of their yards…

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  1. Huh. I didn’t know any of this about hens but now that I do… well, I don’t know what to make of it. I do like your line: “Cold hearted bitches, chickens.” I think I’ll muse on that for a while.

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  2. Gawd if only we, as human women, had that sperm ejecting super power, lol! There’d probably be a whole lot less Jerry Springer on the TV.

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    1. Funny story… A girlfriend of mine married Springers best friend from college. She knows him well now and says he’s a wonderful person with a special needs child he adores. Nothing like the idiot host on television. Go figure!

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      1. Wow what a contrast! What a great actor he is then 😱👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 Lol, goes to show that tv just isn’t real.

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