Don't count your chickens before the eggs have hatched. Don't count your chickens before the eggs have hatched This idiom is used to express "Don't make plans for something that might not happen". Member reactions:
A Tribute Chop (roasting) dedicated to our fellow Chopper Artist Gummy. Dinner Is Served. Source Images Best View Member reactions:
Dang, now there is nothing left for me to eat with out having nightmares. Beef, Pork and now Chicken... I guess I can chew on this bone. I could always go vegen. (if you don't start chopping tomatoes that is) Vegetarian- Cherokee word for "Bad Hunter". Hey wait a min. Do I want to ask where that bone I'm chewing on came from. (don't tell me, I may not want to know)
And I haven't had that much hair in 30 years.
Gummy you have a nice head of hair now. Just goes to show one, what eating right can do for you. Thanks very much Hobbit.
i'm really starting to doubt this 'reality is stranger than fiction' saying..
uhh,,, I don't think I'll need the hot sauce,,, I'll never eat chicken again I don't care if it does taste just like chicken.
Ah...now Jere, just what might you be inferring about our friend Gummy. But on the serious side, I will have to admit that it probably crosses over the boundaries of strange, into the realm of bizarre. Just one of those lunacy insane in the membrane moments I guess
Twisted tribute to Gummy.Love it,I just hope that bone wasn't made in China
Quite a masterpiece. It's becoming hard to vote in this contest.
Gotta love it. So many details, with insider references
Tough race this contest - many superior entries. Wish this one would get a trophy too
Yeah, it totally deserves one. Maybe it will make it in the next video Superb work.
holy crap, no trophy..let's go out and beat somebody up..
Thanks to Everyone for a very Fun Contest. And a special thanks to Gummy for being such a fine sport. Only heard a couple of whimpers...
Cool stuff. But what is Gummy going to do to return the favor (mwahahahaha).
Thanks Bob. I figure he has something planned....guess time will tell. Thanks, my friend Silver-C.
Chickens can run as fast as 30 miles per hour, making turns, jumping, and even flying for short distances. All in all, catching chickens requires a lot of skill
Photoshop this photo of catching chickens (image credit: Paul Holloway) - any way you wish.
"Why did the chicken cross the road?" is one of the oldest joke riddles in English language, and it's sill popular these days. Every year the riddle continues to get modern answers, some are quite entertaining. This one is my favorite:
To boldly go where no chicken has gone before.
Photoshop any version (yours, or taken from some sources like the link above) of the answer to "Why did the chicken cross the road?".
Here's a good example by Oldman. We have a good chicken source too, or you are welcome to use any other chicken sources.