Have you seen this video of what looks like an enormous chicken? It’s been making the rounds on the internet since mid March.
Is it a hoax? An alien mutant chicken come to enslave humanity? WHAT!!?! Well, according to snopes.comopens a new window it’s a real video. Believe it or not.
Most people are familiar with small breeds of chicken, that usually weigh around 6 lbs. The chicken in the video is a Brahmaopens a new window chicken, which can weigh up to 18 lbsopens a new window! Add fluffy feathers on top, and you have what looks like one humongous chicken.
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Want More Internet Memesopens a new window. Here Are Some Books Featuring Famous Ones
"Internet sensation Grumpy Catopens a new window's epic feline frown has inspired legions of devoted fans. Celebrating the grouch in everyone, the Grumpy Cat book teaches the fine art of grumpiness and includes enough bad attitude to cast a dark cloud over the whole world."
I Am Pusheen the Cat
"Presents humorous cartoons that star Pusheenopens a new window, a pleasantly plump cat who offers advice on such subjects as being fancy, baking cookies, sleeping, and living with a younger sibling."
A Little Book of Sloth
"From a British filmmaker and sloth expert comes a hilarious, heartwarming photographic picture book starring the laziest--and one of the cutest--animals on the planet. Sloths from the world famous Sloth Sanctuary of Costa Ricaopens a new window"
Awkward Family Photos
"Presents awkward photos of families, accompanied by humorous captions and stories about awkward and amusing family moments, and organized into such categories as pets, birthdays, and holidays. Based on posts from the Awkward Family Photos websiteopens a new window."
I Can Has Cheezburger?
The original meme. "The Internet has provided us with many wonders, from skateboarding dogs to Chuck Norris facts. Over the past year, though, one sensation has dominated the Web: LOLcatsopens a new window. Here’s how it works: First you find a picture of a cat online, and then you add a caption that reflects the cat’s point of view. Just remember that although cats can speak English, their spelling and grammar is not so hot. Once you’re done, you have a LOLcat."
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