Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Chicken Not-So-Little

Just your average Sunday afternoon shopping trip in the suburbs of Cleveland.


This feels pretty DCesque, I've gotta admit. Chicken in a shopping center, chicken on the Metro... Same diff! People dressed as poultry are clearly a nationwide phenomenon.

14 comments:

Kristen said...

is that chicken holding hands (holding wings?) with someone?

allison said...

AHHH! You were in my neighborhood, I live just a few streets away.

Jill Z. said...

A friend of mine who was visiting last Mardi Gras met me at a parade one evening (already quite drunk), made friends with a very drunk chicken (the exact costume pictured above, I believe), and the two of them lived happily ever after...er, happily for a few hours. She ended up moving here 6 months later. I suppose a chicken costume at Mardi Gras is not quite as unexpected as one in a suburban shopping center though!

theTsaritsa said...

That's too funny! Maybe they lost their coat and the chicken suit was the warmest item of clothing they could find?

Magdalena said...

I like this. a lot.

Stephany said...

This is amazing. How in the world do you FIND THESE PEOPLE?

christinaanne said...

Seriously, where is this?!

Sara said...

......

how did you get this picture of me?

Hermia said...

That is hilarious!!!!!

Christina said...

Legacy? Really? haha amazing!

terra said...

Wow. Just wow. There's nothing else I can say about that...

Mel said...

No lie, I saw a short Asian man wearing an Elmo hoodie costume this morning, walking in downtown Pittsburgh. He was also carrying fliers (who KNOWS what for... I was in my car, watching him cross the street). Oh, I love the random hilarity.

Nora_L said...

is the couple holding hands too!? Intriguing!

skinny_dip said...

Ok, I actually gasped and started chuckling (clucking?) out loud at this photo while I was eating my lunch and perusing my google reader. What the cluck, indeed! I guess this answers the age old question: which came first...the boyfriend or the chicken..err, yeah. So many questions....

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