Can a chicken cross the road without it's motive being questioned?
Of course! C'mere chicky, chicky, chicky! I don't want to hurt you. I just want to EAT you! lol
Of course it can. No one should have to question a chickens motivation he just wants to get to the other side!
Only if he's carrying drugs and doesn't speak the native language. All other chickens crossing the road are guilty until proven innocent!
Got 'Latino' chickens? (Some of ours carry spares fuses for bombs - used to be IRA, now they're Al Qaida with Brummie or Manchester accents). Could be they're Colombian or Puerto Rican. Better look, there might be white plastic bags under the wings
Yes, but I hope it looks both ways to make sure no vehicles are coming or it would be one dead chicken.
If I were driving and saw a chicken crossing the road, I would stop and let it pass...what a cute sight that would be! Blessings, Sparklea
Of course her motives should be questioned, because it may be someone's dinner getting away.
I really do not think that it would be questioned unless someone speaks 'chicken'.
Depends on who's asking the questions. Can a chicken still be roasted for un-American activities? Anyway, I thought the 'bird of choice' in the USofA was the turkey, so chickens must be relatively safe (gobble-gobble).
It also depends on who's on the other side.
In one sense, 'the other side' is the after-life, in another it's the enemy (used to be just Reds, now it's Reds and a whole army of other enemies). So is this chicken a Medium or a Rhode Island Red? (Is Rhode Island a haven for fifth columnists or just newspaper columnists?)
I loved my pet chickens when they were laying eggs and would have hated to see them cross the road !
Love eating chicken as well .. Funny how the chicken crossing the road jokes are still going strong lol ~
I don't see why not. After all chickens have been crossing the road for a long time.
by Captain Redbeard 7 years ago
Will we ever live in a world where chickens are free to cross the road without being interrogated?
by T 7 years ago
Every adult box turtle is vital to the future of its population. Box turtle populations in the fragmented habitats typical of the eastern United States are so sensitive to the loss of adults that, according to modeling studies conducted by Dr. Richard Seigel of Towson University, the loss of just...
by seanorjohn 8 years ago
I know the traditional answer is " to get to the other side".but think how politicos would answer.under our government 70% of chickens have crossed the roads successfully.chickens crossing roads are our number one priority.
by SirDent 10 years ago
I have to admit I borrowed this. There was no link as to where it came from. BARACK OBAMA: The chicken crossed the road because it was time for a change! The chicken wanted change!JOHN MC CAIN:< My friends, that chicken crossed the road because he recognized the need to engage in cooperation and...
by rialee 8 years ago
I just want to ask a couple of very very serious questions... LOL Why is it that the chicken who crosses the road has to justify doing so? Why does the chicken cross the road? to get to the other side. Well once there does he just turn around and cross the road again or what? Did he really want to...
by Thomas Byers 5 years ago
Why Did The Chicken Cross The RoadHere is an age old question that people have been asking for at least a couple of thousand years. Chickens can if your wondering be traced by to Red Jungle Fowl in South America. And maybe just maybe some one can tell us what the reason was for the chicken to cross...
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