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Now with twice the drumsticks

Four-legged chicken born in Delaware. The poultry industry has declined to comment about the potential revolutionary implications of this mutation. (via jwz)

There are 7 comments on "Now with twice the drumsticks":

Posted by: Jody http://members.ozemail.com.au/jmacgregor Tue Jul 22 13:16:59 2003

Life imitates Watchmen.

Posted by: mark http://donotuselifts.net/ Wed Jul 23 00:32:14 2003

I'm never sure whether you're posting this stuff as "interesting news item" or ironic "interesting hoax".

Perhaps I'm imagining things because my brain is screaming "IT'S IMPOSSIBLE" at me, but those photos look seriously fake...

Posted by: gjw http://the-fix.org Wed Jul 23 02:44:52 2003

Damn, I eat the breasts, not the legs.

Posted by: Graham http://grudnuk.com/ Wed Jul 23 10:30:52 2003

Don't fear, the double-breasted superchicken cannot be far away!

Posted by: lisa http:// Wed Jul 23 12:39:30 2003

four legs good, two legs baaaad.

Posted by: acb http://dev.null.org Wed Jul 23 14:08:01 2003

Or a chicken with a big fat juicy leg instead of a head, or one that's a blob of breast meat covered with wings. The possibilities are endless.

Posted by: billy http:// Fri Jul 25 02:16:31 2003

oh no, 4 legged chickens are hardly a hoax at all. I've worked for Gold Kist catching chickens, and since I live in rural Alabama, I know quite a few chicken farmers. I've seen several 4 legged chickens. If you produce anything like that in super mass quantities(tyson foods processing plant where I work kills 1 millon+ a week) You are bound to have gross mutations. Like conjoined twins or some shit. They don't live very long either.

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