Baby got gap.
Baby got gap.
Tiger selfies are now illegal in New York.
“Keep f*cking that chicken.” – Ernie Anastos, Fox 5 newscaster and American hero.
All the meats in this post satisfy three requirements: They contain no antibiotics, no hormones, and they come from animals that were raised humanely.
Chicks and bunnies and bunnified kittens, oh my!
Instagram’s classy Golden Retriever is winning the “BEING AMAZINGLY ADORABLE” game.
These chickens are just like, whaaaat?
They’ve got hats on, but they don’t have anything else on.
It’s a fluorescent safety vest. For, you know, crossing the road (heh heh).
Eggception is real. Here’s how it happens.
Two new sitcoms starring three-quarters of The Inbetweeners start next week. Here’s everything you need to know about Chickens and Big Bad World.
Basically MTV Cribs, Chicken Edition.
We’ve seen a lot of animals wearing various items, but Etsy user Julie Persons saw a significant gap in the “chicks in hats ” market. Who knew?!
Safe. Sure. Easy.
Takeo Ischi is the Paul McCartney of yodeling about chickens. Make sure to wear headphones to really capture the essence of the clucks.
Well, some children can read, but the other two may not be able to appreciate the compliment.
The most ridiculous one yet. We have so many questions.
There is a baby chicken in this picture. He’s a day old, and when he escaped, I feared the worst once I saw the cat was in the same room. But this ended up working itself out just fine.
What’s that saying about owners and their pets? Chicken enthusiasts from across England gathered in Stoneleigh Warwickshire for the Poultry Club’s 2011 National Show.
Did you know a chicken can be hypnotized? By holding its head down against the ground, and continuously drawing a line along the ground with a stick or a finger the chicken will remain immobile. No wonder Chicken Boo had such a distant look to him. Watch Video ›
Whose shoes are these? Great Converses with characters and creatures from The Hangover. View Image ›
This is definitely a case where the chicken didn’t come first. Hans Larsson, a research chair at McGill University, believes that, by flipping certain genetic “switches,” he can create a new breed of animals that hypothetically resemble dinosaurs. Unfortunately, he also believes that a “dinosaur hatchery” is “too large an enterprise” to be financeable. Is this because of the whole velociraptors-had-feathers thing? (via digg.com) View Image ›
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Tender forever! I think this is my new favorite song. Watch Video ›
It’s like a nightmare. It’s like a nightmare! View Image ›