Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Churkey


Frankenchicken freaks me out.

7 comments:

MushroomCloud said...

Just want you to know that you just gave me a panic attack and I started hyperventilating. I'm horribly terrified of chickens!!!

anonymous science-fiction writer24495 said...

So which came first, the Churkey or the egg? Mutations are always so interesting.

Violet :) said...

Okay, that's really cool. I wonder if I could get one as a pet...

The Narrator said...

That is horrifying. D:

Good lord, help us all. I'm having visions of a Churkey uprising. Say good-bye to "dominant species" status, folks. The end is near.

Anonymous said...

So these vulture-headed "turkens" are seemingly more fit for hot climates. That's why they're doing research on them in the UK! Next thing we know, Norway will export bananas.

Robert in San Diego

EQ said...

...freaky? Horrifying?

It's a bald chicken.

It's not even the result of experimentation. It's natural. What's scary about it? It looks wierd, sure, but so do a lot of animals.

Sure, it's bald. So is my great-uncle, and he's not--wait, yes he is creepy. But that's not the point!

Now if it were a *headless* chicken...

brave chickens said...

I love chickens but I must say, turkens/churkeys are scary.
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