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How to Pick Up Chicks, A Step By Step Tutorial

Updated on July 19, 2017

How to pick up chicks

You may be surprised to find that many people seem to be interested in the answer to this question. I know I was! It doesn't seem to be too complicated, yet many have been looking for a simple answer to this seemingly simple question. This has led me to answer this burning question and give a step by step tutorial on how to pick up chicks. I have been successfully picking up chicks for years and if you follow these easy steps, you will be picking up chicks in no time at all!


Step 1

Make sure you are some place where you can find chicks. It won't help you to pick them up if you aren't at a place they can be found. Perhaps you already know where to find chicks, but in case you don't, just ask around. It seems to be a pretty common question so there should be no social awkwardness about it. Don't be shy, plenty of people seem to want to know where to find chicks so they can pick them up. Don't waste your time trying to pick up chicks online.


Step 2

Prepare yourself for the interaction. Dress appropriately for whatever environment you are going to visit to find said chicks. It may help to ensure you have groomed yourself well and do not have offensive hygiene. Poor hygiene can have a repelling effect on chicks or even scare them off completely! You don't want to come off as threatening, either. Many chicks can scare easily.


Step 3

Now that you have found some chicks you were looking for it's time to pick them up! Some people find that the most successful way to pick up chicks is a subtle, seemingly disinterested approach while most go for the more direct approach. Don't be too eager! This will also scare off a lot of chicks. You don't want them thinking of you as some creep or monster coming to harm them in some way. Present yourself in a way that may attract chicks. This is important because the most affective way at getting chicks and picking them up is by initial appearance.


Step 4

Proper posture is important! Bend at the knees, not at the waist. This will help you prevent from falling on or in front of chicks. Then, just cup your hands around the chick and stand straight up!


If you have followed these simple steps you will have successfully picked up at least one chick. Be gentle, because they are often small and fragile and you don't want to unintentionally hurt chicks. If you do want to intentionally hurt chicks, you're a bad person and should not do that.


Now that you've picked up a chick, you can hold them to your ear to hear their adorable little chirps. Or, you could let them softly pick at you with their beak. Also, it's pretty popular with the ladies for a guy to show sensitivity towards animals and picking up chicks while they are watching is a great way to obtain their attention. The cuter the animal, the better.


Important: Do not forget to wash your hands after picking up chicks. They may seem cute and cuddly but they may be carrying disease. Hand sanitizer would be a great idea to use after touching chicks. It's always best to wear protection, no matter how much that might seem to dull the experience.


Be sure to read my next article on how to get lei'd! Aloha!

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      14 months ago from Scotland

      Very funny and unexpected, appeals to my sense of humour- enjoyable hub.

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