Have you ever had a chicken that is just a troublemaker? Does she only cluck when you’re on the phone or while you’re trying to watch your favorite T.V. show? Does she refuse to lay eggs? Or does she lay them but doesn’t alert you to the fact? If you said yes to any of these questions – or if your chicken has committed some other offense – it may be time to shame her. Yes, chicken shaming is a thing.
Our favorite trending hashtag is #chickenshaming and it depicts exactly what you’d think: chickens with a sign revealing their wrongdoings. It is hilarious. Check out some of our favorites:
#chickenshaming pic.twitter.com/keg1uIQzKu— The GardenPlanner (@GardenPlannerAu) June 28, 2015
By popular demand, the latest episode of #chickenshaming pic.twitter.com/O57kEL5rM0— Wild Celtic Rose (@awildcelticrose) June 11, 2015
In today’s episode of #chickenshaming, we are reminded that that are tiny dinosaurs… pic.twitter.com/LN7oVxuvIV— Wild Celtic Rose (@awildcelticrose) June 3, 2015
@chickenville1 @backyardpoultry @backyardpoultry Look! #chickenshaming BOL! Woof! *lick* pic.twitter.com/sE1DrhMIxd— VernTheGreatPyrenees (@VernTheGreatPyr) May 28, 2015
Have a chicken that needs shaming? Post a photo using the hashtag #ChickenShaming on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. Be sure to tag Urban Farm so we see it!
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