According to his owner, Tucker CANNOT resist chicken. He loves it more than anything.
So, he wanted to see what he would do if he is left alone with an entire delicious chicken.
Will Tucker pass the ultimate test?
We're huge fans of Chicken Thoughts! A webcomic all about birds and yes, it's continuously hilarious and never fails to chirp us up!
Chicken Thoughts are comics inspired by the artists' cockatiel, named Chicken, but the comics resonate with anyone who has ever had a bird or has seen one.
And you can keep up with all things Chicken-related on various platforms! Chicken Thoughts is on Facebook, Instagram, Ko-Fi, and there's even a subreddit, r/chicken_thoughts, dedicated to the funny webcomics!
Q: What part of the chicken is the nugget? A: The carburetor.
The Frankenstein’s monster to Pimp My Ride’s Frankenstein, the E4 show Carjackers is the new thing we all have to worry about. On Carjackers, apparently, people have their car stolen by a loved one and turned into something horrible. Case in point, this woman turned her fiancé's car into a chicken nugget.
Let’s run that one again: Someone turned their fiancé’s care into a chicken nugget.
Sarah, the carjacker in question, decided that because her husband is “the chicken nugget man," he needs a “nugget mobile.” Just saying, if you’re future spouse is the chicken nugget anything, they should also be single again.
To be sure, the car looks awful and totally inedible. It’s the color of one of those foam pits you jump into at someone's gymnastics birthday party. Thankfully, you can’t smell through a TV set.
Also, to be sure that everyone knows what they’re looking at, i.e. not a car covered in scrambled eggs, it has a decal on the windshield reading “I <3 NUGGETS.”
Wait, they also turned a car into a giant dog.
Humanity, just when I think you couldn't possibly be any dumber, you go and do something like this.
This horrifying sight might be one of the reasons why some people say they won't eat anything that had a face. A customer at the French fast food restaurant "Quick" found some disgusting proof that they were certainly eating real chicken. This fried chicken head was found among the chicken wings that they were trying to enjoy.
The customer originally made a video about this, which you can watch here:
The people of Cheltenham, England were devastated by tragedy in the night. The extent of the fallout from this incident is as yet unknown. First reported by The Gloucestershire Echo, this sad, entire chicken dinner was found strewn about the pavement early Thursday morning.
Residents have been reacting on social media, most with compassion, some with outrage over the lack of coverage by 'mainstream' media outlets.
via @TheMediaTweets, @UcheAmako, @rey_z
Here's hoping the Cheltenham community is able to recover quickly from this incident. Someone will probably start a GoFundMe campaign for it if they haven't already.
Brought to you fresh and fried out of Lecanto, Florida, The Citrus County Sheriff's Office arrested a woman on shoplifting and drug paraphernalia charges. She was apprehended amidst a shopping cart fueled joyride out of hell.
The woman's been identified as Josseleen Elida Lopez, 25. Lopez was held after scarfing down $32.36 worth of food and wine. She told the authorities she's homeless.
If you're going to hit rock bottom, at least eat some chicken, and wash it down with some wine right? In all seriousness we wish Lopez the best on her road to recovery. Deputies disclosed to the press that they found two empty syringes after arresting Lopez, which she claims she used to inject crystal meth.
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.
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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The future is in good hands.
Or should we say wings?
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.
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.