DRINKING WITH CHICKENS
I tend to awkwardly force people to drink with my chickens. It's kind of my thing. But I also kind of enjoy traveling around and finding interesting places to drink with other people's chickens. Or goats, or honestly...whatever you've got. I ain't picky. Let's get weird.
Let me know if you've got any suggestions. I'll bring cocktails.
Come on in. Poke around. Watch where you step.
Way up in the trees, by Lake Tahoe, is a magical place that you can trek to where wild chickadees will come and land on you. Plus, we brought whiskey with us.
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Chickens like to help. That doesn't mean you should let them. But let the wreath making and cocktailing commence!
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When there are no chickens, you improvise.
My friends wanted to get the Drinking with Chickens experience. I gave it to them. Chicken poop thrown in at no extra charge.
DRINKING WITH CHICKENS WALL OF AWKWARD:
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DISCLAIMER: Do not let chickens on, near, or in your drinks or food. They are filthy animals and they will get you sick. Use common sense and sanitize surfaces and hands after coming into contact with poultry, other animals, and frankly, a lot of people.
Furthermore, we definitely do not condone feeding chickens or any animal alcohol. IT IS BAD FOR THEM. Drink it all yourself. Do it for the chickens.
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