Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Wordless Wednesday Dose of Chicken Cute

Surprise cardboard inspection (1) - FarmgirlFare.com

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5 comments:

  1. I know cats love boxes but didn't know about chickens! They look like they are having fun!

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  2. Teehee! Love seeing animals poking around and investigating new and exciting additions to their landscape. I always pretend that whatever I've brought home is a gift for my cat and announce loudly, "Look what we brought you, Mao Mao!

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  3. We need to start that new website "Hens In Boxes!" People only thought it was just cats who liked them :)

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  4. Oh, how funny! Our hens are very curious, too! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

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  5. here's my take on how funny/ironic...right under the blog title is an ad that starts with "six out of ten girls stop doing what they love because of anxiety about their looks." I thought...chickens stopping laying eggs and being absolutely the cutest creatures ever because....and then I realized it was an ad and I continued scrolling. as the ring leader to 28 girls/hens you can imagine that I stopped for a moment and then realized I, once again, if not, again, had been duped by internet advertising. back to knitting hen capes for warmth!

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