Fashion of The Day: These Chickens Get Custom Knitted Sweaters For Winter
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A woman in the UK doesn't give cluck what you think about her obsession with knitting sweaters for her chickens.

She's just happy to help them stay warm this winter.

Nicola Congdon and her mother Ann have been rehoming Battery hens for years now. Battery hens, which spend most of their lives in cages to lay eggs, have trouble acclimating to cold weather once rescued.

So these two animal lovers just knit them tiny, adorable sweaters.

They don't charge anyone who might need a chicken sweater, but they ask that a donation be made to a children's charity in Africa.

Some people as far as Canada have inquired about the sweaters.

Lookin' good, chickens. Lookin' good.

Stripping down and squatting like a frozen chicken is something New Zealanders are doing.
Via: Frothpit
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Chicken kids these days.

A new trend is sweeping the small nation of New Zealand and it's spilling over onto other shores as well. That trend, in the same vein of planking, honors the frozen chicken. The humble, simple, frozen chicken.


It's called a 'Frozen Chook' because that sounds like something New Zealanders would say. Essentially, it involves taking off your clothes at a random place and squatting down like the raw bird. Oh, and taking pictures of it. Lots and lots of pictures.


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Posted by Frozenchook on Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Purveyors of the trend have set up a Facebook page as well as an Instagram account dedicated to spreading and collecting the best 'Frozenchook's they can find.

The future is in good hands.

Or should we say wings?

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Everything is so easily available to us, it's tough to remember just how much work goes into making a simple sandwich.

Well, one of the guys from How to Make Everything decided to dedicate six months of his life and $1,500 to find out just how much it takes.

This guy does everything from harvesting wheat for bread to going to the ocean to get salt. Along the way, he milks a cow for the butter, grows a garden for the vegetables , kills a chicken for the protein and so much more.

So much of this surely springs from the artisanal impulses of us millennials to make something ourselves and shorten the removal that convenience brings.

It reminds us of The Toaster Project from a few years ago, where a guy set out to make a toaster completely from scratch.

The thing barely worked.

So, sandwich guy wins this round.

Via: MrTnewland
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Do you enjoy riddles?

Well, if not that, do you enjoy people getting increasingly frustrated over riddles?

If you enjoy both, this video is for you!

It combines our love of riddles, cows, fields and anger in a tapestry of virality, spiraling its way down the Internet's drain.

Now, we'll have to ask how long it took you to get the thing? Need a hint?

At least it's way easier than this nonsense:

If you enjoy this sort of inane thing, we've got more for you right here.

Via: Jesse Luna
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Warning: Take caution watching this video if your stomach upsets easily.

Just think about all those meals you consumed in the dark...

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