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the power of nature...and a chicken...as told by Japanese yodeling

 
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Just under four minutes. I don't think you'll regret it, though your eyebrows might become stuck in a raised, "WTF" position....
 
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I see you your chicken attack and raise you a rooster yodel.  



The video wasn't showing properly for me, but once I clicked play, it was okay.  For those having the same troubles, here's the direct link.
https://youtu.be/yO7MWuJ7zLA
 
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Laughing here! I SO did not know this Japanese yodeler was out there, with his chicken and rooster...admirations.

       
 
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I'm wondering if it's the same guy as your video.  Either way, I'm now running around the house singing "go chicken goooo-oo-o" and "kick your non-chicken ass".  Great video.
 
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I am a chicken lover with a few of my own. I gotta say that this video is a little out there, and my eyebrows are stuck!
 
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Oh Thank you so much! These were great. I was in doctor waiting room watching the videos and other folks think I am bat-shit crazy rolling out of my chair.
 
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r ranson wrote:I'm wondering if it's the same guy as your video.



They're both Takeo Ischi. Oh my goodness, this is hilarious. My husband and I are cracking up. I'm also glad I waited until my three year old was asleep before watching it, LOL! He LOVES and watches the Bibi Hendle video a lot...but we don't need him kung-fo-ing his 9 month old sister like the the chicken ninja!
 
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This was a good treat to get my day going the right way. Two thumbs up.
 
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The full episode with a great intro from a rooster.  
 
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I can't remember when or where I surfed into this dude on the internet.  It was one of those moments when I realized that I missed my calling...  or at least, that there are way more interesting ways to earn a living than I have managed to achieve.  The fact that such things exist make me both happy and enchanted that all hope for wacky humor, and making light of the world, has not been lost in the state of the divine tragedy that has become much of the media's portrayal of what is acceptable.  Kudos.  May chickens everywhere rise to their full potential as weaponized ninja fowl to free us of our oppressors.  
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