0456 - January 17th, 2013, 8:23 pm
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Are you jealous of all the chicks I've attracted, Richard?
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[Posted by ErrePi on January 17th, 2013, 8:23 pm]

CHICKENS.

In Vietnam, I had a pet chicken. It had all white feathers and black skin and it was believed that eating that chicken would cure any illness. Haha.

He grew up so much on my second visit back home and then... we had to kill him because of the bird flu. Mannnn.

I like chickens.



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Fried pets [Posted by ProfessorLawl on January 18th, 2013, 12:49 am]

@ErrePi: When I was in fifth grade I was partnered up with a kindergarten student for a chicken project. We picked the egg out of a bunch, built a little nest and incubator and my little kindergarten student got to see the chick hatch (the eggs were in the K2 rooms) We were playing with the little black chick and I was like "Aww" and he was like "aww". When I asked if his mom was going to let him keep 'cheepers' as a pet he said "Yep! At least until Cheepers is fried chicken."
Me: ... ^_^* I see. right on then. I'm sure Cheepers will be delicious.
him: D:< *holds cheepers close* YOU CAN'T /EAT/ Cheepers!!!!
Me: ohh boy, I'm not touching that. Talk to your mum about it ok?

good times. gooood times.



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[Posted by Icarus Fey on January 18th, 2013, 7:56 am]

This is off topic but, I wonder what happend to all the people Dan knew. he said they all escaped at the start of the story. I think he lied.



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[Posted by Oinay on January 18th, 2013, 11:54 am]

KSLDFJDKLFJ. I GO BACK TO VIETNAM TO VISIT TOOOO OMAHGEESUS.

Roosters like to crow extra early. '___'
Annoys the shit outta meeeee. 8U
Chickens are coo though.



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[Posted by Twinkel13 on January 18th, 2013, 2:58 pm]

CHICKEEEEENS



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[Posted by Maiumaora on January 18th, 2013, 9:12 pm]

I love chickens, I really wish I could have them, but my dogs would kill them. D:



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[Posted by Odd1out (Guest) on January 18th, 2013, 10:19 pm]

Oh my gosh, you gave them chickens! *Grins*
Ian looks so enthralled by his new, little friend! I wonder if he's going to name it and keep it as a pet? Hopefully Richard will let him!
All of the men look so proud of themselves. *Laughs* Good job, Team Daniel on catching those chickens!
Mmm... fresh eggs. I'd imagine they would find a lot of uses for them too: crepes, omelettes, hard-boiled eggs, fried egg sandwich, eggs on rice ... christ, I'm making myself hungry here!

@Icarus Fey: That's a very good question and possibility! I'm now very curious too, but I suppose we'll have to wait for the rest of the story. I like how Daniel manages to be so direct in his personality, yet can come off as baffling at the same time. He's quite the mystery, that man.



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[Posted by VoiceOfSociety on January 19th, 2013, 10:20 pm]

OOOOoooooh, was it a silky chicken? I think that's what it was called... saw it on Iron Chef once :D



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[Posted by Anonanon (Guest) on January 20th, 2013, 5:50 am]

Aw man, my dad used to have chickens too! And the wild roosters have super long tails and could fly ( not far though)
Wait do they need a rooster though? Like to lay eggs and stuff



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[Posted by ErrePi on January 23rd, 2013, 6:51 pm]

@ProfessorLawl: Haha, cute.

I never got to eat my pet chicken. STUPID BIRD FLU.

@Icarus Fey: Haha. That is literally all I can say on the matter.

@Oinay: Yeah! The first time I heard a rooster crow was in Vietnam. Haha. I got used to waking up early then taking a nap at noon when it got hot again. I miss being in a country that collectively agrees that everyone needs to take a nap at a specific time of day.

@Maiumaora: Haha, that's true. We used to have more than one rooster and they got into fights. One time my dad got into a fight with one.

@Odd1out: And EATING THE ACTUAL CHICKENS. But eggs are good too.

@VoiceOfSociety: Haha, I have no idea. I just know the Vietnamese name. That is the opposite of the Vietnamese name for it. Ga (chicken) ac (evil). Haha.

@Anonanon: Hahaha, the rooster doesn't lay eggs, roosters are male. Roosters do fertilize the eggs though.

That reminds me, do you eat fertilized eggs where you're from? We eat them in Vietnam so one time my aunt bought a bunch home and her white husband thought he'd make himself an omelette. He freaked the fuck out and then called all of us terrible people.



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[Posted by Anonanon (Guest) on January 26th, 2013, 6:42 am]

@ErrePi: No, I mean, I know roosters don't lay eggs. I had to look up fertilized egg to know what you mean, haha. Hm, as far as I know, the ones that my dad's hen laid weren't fertilized. No, where I come from its mostly unfertilized. I don't think I could tell the difference though, haha. I don't think it would be a big deal if I ate fertilized egg? I ate quail eggs before does those consider as fertilized eggs?



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[Posted by ErrePi on January 28th, 2013, 11:21 pm]

@Anonanon: Haha. Fertilized eggs mean that the rooster put his sperm in there? On there? I'm unsure exactly how the process works but it's when a chick starts growing in an egg. So an egg with just a yolk hasn't been fertilized, or it's just really early in development.

Anyways, it's why fertilized eggs are considered inhumane.



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[Posted by Anonanon (Guest) on January 31st, 2013, 2:23 am]

@ErrePi: wait so an egg with a yolk isn't fertilized?? Then what does a fertilized egg looks like?? Haha egg lessons with vi
Also, isn't it like eating chicken? Just like a smaller not really born version of a chicken.. I don't get what's inhumane about it if you eat meat anyway


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