Her Warning About The Hazards Of Hens Will Make You Think Differently About Chickens…

by Elyse Wanshel
Elyse is a Senior Writer at She enjoys tacos, kickboxing, and naming animals. In fact, she named two of her mother’s six cockatiels Mr. and Mrs. Featherbottom.

Obsessions happen slowly. It all starts when you stumble upon something you never knew existed but instantly adore, like a certain breed of bunny, a specific toy, or a new food.

For instance, I didn’t eat a pork bun until I was 17. I was at a dim sum, saw the pretty puff of a pasty sitting on a cart, ordered it, took a bite, and instantly fell in love. The soft, doughy bun was filled with savory and sweet slow-cooked pork that made my tastebuds dance with delight!

Afterwards, no food could compete with the zeal I felt for pork buns. I became obsessed, Googled their origins, found out that other cultures make their own variations, sampled every kind I could find, learned how to make my own buns, and ate them every second I could.

I even started wearing my hair in a gigantic bun to honor my favorite food!

Then I discovered the sensory overloads that are stuffed grape leaves and my allegiances shifted.

But I get it.

I get why the woman in the video below felt compelled to buy a backyard hen after trying a farm-fresh egg. I understand the roller coaster ride on the way to full-on fanatic…and having a really good sense of humor about it.

Watch the hilarious video below, and watch the slippery slope one woman experienced when buying a chicken. And how owning one chicken can lead to buying another, and another, until your whole life is all about chickens…leading to the purchase of a goat, a sheep, and a cow.

Watch the sidesplitting video below and SHARE it with all your friends and family because it will make them laugh, and laughing should be everyone’s obsession.

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