Photo Phriday: Chicken Overload

November 18, 2011 at 3:49 pm | Posted in Around Boston, Photo Phriday | 3 Comments
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For those of you who share my obsession with “Arrested Development,” you may be familiar with the plethora of chicken gags in the show…

What I was unprepared for, however, was the prevalence of chickens in my life.  Take, for example, an outing I went on a few weeks ago with my colleagues from dark water fowl (not a chicken name, exactly, but certainly part of the turducken recipe).

We were walking back to our cars when a man carrying a chicken suit darted in front of us!  I’m not kidding.  A man carrying a chicken suit was hurrying around like someone was in hot pursuit!  It was so strange that I had to snap a picture to share with you, dear reader(s).  So I followed him (for a few blocks – I’m that dedicated to bringing you news of the world) trying to document my encounter with the chicken man.  Here’s the photographic evidence:

 

Don't count your chicken suits before you wear them?

Admittedly I’m baffled by the chicken suit, so I’m turning to you, dear reader(s), for an explanation: what would a man be doing with a chicken suit in November?  Will we ever discover the reason why the (man holding a) chicken (costume) crossed the road?  What’s YOUR explanation?

Punny answers always welcome.

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  1. Working for the turkey lobby?

    • Ooops, link failed:
      http://bit.ly/tMgRCR

      • Hahaha!! Well played, S#1! It IS almost turkey day 🙂 Time to push the agenda hard! (Eat chicken, folks ;))


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