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I think it having a chicken inside is...Mmm..interesting a pheasant would have been a more pleasant choice out of the two bird options we currently have.

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Yeah, I think having a chicken inside the birdcage is a bit wrong.


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Yeah, I think having a chicken inside the birdcage is a bit wrong.

 

Could be worse. My grandfather used to keep a teapot in a bird cage.

 

True story. Very sad.

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Could be worse. My grandfather used to keep a teapot in a bird cage.

 

True story. Very sad.

I suppose the teapot can still whistle like a bird...

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Could be worse. My grandfather used to keep a teapot in a bird cage.

 

True story. Very sad.

 

lol. did he drink the bird?

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It eludes me but I am certain I saw an old tin sign that had exactly this on it once. It was a wire cage on a stand with a chicken in it. Rhode Island Red though and actually a rooster.


 


That said, I love the thing!


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Yeah, I think having a chicken inside the birdcage is a bit wrong.

 

Wrong, but hilarious, and I hope the option for it never goes away.

 

 

Does anyone know if the birdcage "birds" actually require feeding, or die of old age, or anything?

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lol. did he drink the bird?

 

No, he'd give it bird seed and cheep at it.

 

Properly mental.

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Yeah, I think having a chicken inside the birdcage is a bit wrong.

It's fine if you do it on an industrial scale.

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I think it having a chicken inside is...Mmm..interesting a pheasant would have been a more pleasant choice out of the two bird options we currently have.

 

Except for the fact, in Wurm, pheasants are uhm .. semi-mammal newbie killers? :rolleyes:

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I love the chicken ^_^ gives it an eccentric offbeat flavor!


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Having a chicken in a Bird cage...well..Thats just not how it is....

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I believe in Sweden, where Rolf is from they put chickens in bird cages. So stop criticizing.

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