Savage Chickens - Staying In

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13 Responses to Staying In

  1. Jen says:

    Poor chickens have forgotten they are SAVAGE chickens. They can take on any rabid wolf! If they’d turn off the TV….

  2. Who needs wolves when you have deadlines? says:

    I wish I had as good an excuse for staying home on a Friday night and conking out in front of the TV by 9pm. Oh wait, I kinda do–a 50 hour week and unimaginable stress.

  3. Seraphine says:

    Let’s stay in and watch scary movies!

  4. Sbyllek says:

    I know that’s why I stay in every night…


  5. eliannrad says:

    My mother doesn’t like going outside either.
    She’s afraid of our chicken.

    Fact: Chickens with no friends get very angry at the world.
    (you can quote that!)

  6. Chris says:

    Little chicken, Little chicken, let me come in!

    Not by the waddle under my chinny chin chin!

  7. Anonymous says:

    I don’t want to be insulting, but I must correct a common error.

    A waddle is a type of locomotion.
    A wattle hangs off the neck of birds.

    Now Savage Chickens have very expressive wattles. And a fat chicken is likely to waddle. And as they say, when chickens waddle watch the wattle wobble. (Say that 5 times fast!)

  8. Ian C. says:

    Tell the chickens to send the wolves to my house so I can use that as an excuse to miss work this weekend!

  9. Lindsy says:

    Can the chickens send the wolves to my house too? I could use a reason to stay home from work too! 😉

  10. Allen's Brain says:

    Because healthy, non-rabid wolves outside your window wouldn’t be a threat?

  11. Anonymous says:

    Chickens are excellent wolf food.

  12. Chris says:

    My mistake, Anonymous, you are right, it is a wattle, and even though it may be on the neck, it is still under his chin. I never said it was attached to the chin. 🙂

  13. Michael says:

    that’s why I always stay home and play video games

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