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Now that I've shown you mine, well, you know... I'd like to see what you've got :P
 
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Very tongue-in-chick.

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When I was in London I saw a pub called The Famous Cock.

I hope the search engines don't bring in people who were looking for other things.

I know a girl named Sarah who used to do a thing with her tongue in her cheek. It appeared that she was enjoying a lollipop. When her older brother told her to stop it, she moved her hand in unison.   :-)
 
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Dale Hodgins wrote:
I hope the search engines don't bring in people who were looking for other things.



LOL

Might be an untapped source for new permaculture converts

 
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I love looking at big cocks! 😃
 
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Buck Anfeldt wrote:I love looking at big cocks! 😃



Just for you - Chip 'n Dale!

 
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Here's a naked one :)


My friend told me my chickens hatched in May. This is from last October so it would be 5 months old here.  RIP


I managed the meat department of a small store for 10 years before I quit a month ago. During that time I probably cut up around 16000 chickens but this is the first one I butchered.
He was a bit nasty, the hens were scared of coming back in the coop at dusk and yesterday he messed up my other rooster. Chickens can be vicious!  
The fight must have been stressful for the flock because I usually get eggs everyday, even on -25C days. Yesterday, nothing!

I decided it had to go. It was a year old and 1.5 kg (3.3 lb) when dressed. Is that the right word, dressed? Because when done it looked pretty much naked to me. English is strange.
 
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This is Petrichor and he has recently been upgraded from cock to rooster.

About a week ago there was a great commotion and I looked over and there he was doing battle with a bald eagle who was trying to eat his hen Ginger.   The eagle wouldn't let go of the hen, but Petrichor kept him busy long enough for me to run over and chase off the eagle and save the hens life.

A few days later, he did the same with a rather large Raven.

Congratulations Petrichor.
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Petrichor
 
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