Saturday, 13 April 2013

Waiting on Knatolee

Where is she when a Scottish chicken needs her?



"Cluck, cluck... clu... To be bought and sold like a slave is so degrading, but ah... what are you humans really being kept for eh? Do you know?"

"Oh... How was that cluck translated into my head for me? Is Aileen around? That's a very profound thought for a chicken."

"More profound than I'd expect from a human. Anyway... piss off into the coffee shop and buy my eggs, unless you can help us find Knatolee."

12 comments:

  1. Funnily enough I've just been sitting here writing up a new report on her that will explain everything, without explaining anything at all. Sometimes I wonder if she's just a figment of my imagination you know, but I should dismiss such crazy notions.

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  2. Come to me, my little feathered darlings, and I will save you from the hell that is Chickenopolis!!

    What fluffy beautiful girls! My roosters would have them looking like aged streetwalkers in no time!

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  3. What is worse Knatolee? To be bought and sold like a slave or to receive the rough attentions of your roosters?

    Perhaps a swift end and being cooked up into Lemon Chicken is not so bad after all.

    Chickenopolis does sound rather sinister, but they seemed happy enough.

    There was a rooster just a high fence away, eyeing them up and surely thinking, "My time will come again".

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  4. Ah, so now we know! Knatolee is a hen pimp! Rescues souls to be serviced by her males.

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  5. Well, Don. The colonies. We can expect no more from them.

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  6. They seem to have a very cramped abode.

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  7. Until I visited Knatolee, I thought chickens were all the same colour. You should see her tribe!

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  8. They have quite a lot of space Cherie. The coop may look cramped but if I remember correctly there are several. That image just shows a tight focus in on part of the larger Chickenopolis complex.

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  9. Yes, I am a hen pimp. ANd yes, they truly have a crapload of space in that coop! But they love to snuggle together at night. :)

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  10. I truly don't know whether a "crapload" means a little or a lot... but in any case you can't see how long the coop is so how can you judge? Are you assuming it is cubic?

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