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(Some Chicken)   I swear on my life, I thought chickens could fly   ( divider line
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619 clicks; posted to STEM » on 29 Mar 2022 at 7:38 PM (26 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2022-03-29 7:46:42 PM  
with enough drugs, we can
2022-03-29 7:47:33 PM  
Lol, that wasn't even a good fake. Chickens can fly, but their short wings require they flap like a motherfarker to achieve it, so it's only sustainable for short distances.

That "bird" was flapping like an eagle.
2022-03-29 8:06:39 PM  
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2022-03-29 8:15:41 PM  
viral publicity gimmick for artificial chicken meat producer.
NUGGS | We made chickens fly
Youtube DN9zcFhcfgA
2022-03-29 8:29:11 PM  
Here's the scrawny original flying around.

Red Jungle Fowl flying
Youtube XXhAdW0DrYM
2022-03-29 9:43:37 PM  

HairBolus: viral publicity gimmick for artificial chicken meat producer.
[YouTube video: NUGGS | We made chickens fly]

Thanks for the sauce.
2022-03-30 1:05:48 PM  
Game hens at least really can fly... No joke. They're not even bad at it.

/ had a little red game hen as a pet when I was a junior farkette
// found her pecking around on the roof of the house more than once
/// ended up having to clip her wings to keep her in the yard
2022-03-30 1:51:41 PM  
Duh, chickens don't fly.

They run.

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2022-03-30 3:23:31 PM  
Horrible FAKE. Slow flapping wings, but the bird does not bob up and down at all. Nothing at all like real flight.
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