Top Chicken Facts
1. A chicken named Mike lived for 18 months after his head was cut off.
2. Britons will eat 1,126 chickens in their lifetime.
3. Chickens outnumber humans 3 to 1.
4. Chickens can see daylight 45 minutes before humans can
5. A group of chickens is called a brood or peep.
6. Costco sells about 60,000,000 rotisserie chickens every year.
7. A typical supermarket chicken today contains more than twice the fat, and about a third less protein than 40 years ago.
8. A chicken named Mike lived for a year and a half without his head.
9. Chicken nuggets are only 50% chicken.
10. Chickens are the closest living relatives of the T-Rex.
11. There are more chickens than people in the world.
12. Kevin Hart once had a piece of chicken thrown at him during one of his early stand-up shows.
13. Chicken tenders are short for Chicken Tenderloins.
14. John Legend eats half a rotisserie chicken before every performance.
15. Chickens are the closest living relative to the tyrannosaurus-rex.
16. For his last meal, serial killer John Wayne Gacy had a dozen shrimp, a bucket of chicken from KFC, fries, and a pound of strawberries.
17. "Hey bill, which one CAME first, the chicken or the egg??"
Me: "your girl"
18. The most yolks ever found in one chicken egg is nine.
19. Some chickens are half male, half female.
20. McDonalds Chicken Nuggets are 43% chicken.
21. The Malaysian word for ‘turkey’ means ‘Dutch chicken’.
22. The world’s largest chicken nugget is twice the size of the world’s largest chicken.
23. Tupperware was invented by a chicken salesman.
24. Chickens outnumber humans 3:1.
25. A chicken will lay bigger and stronger eggs if you change the lighting in such a way as to make them think a day is 28 hours long.
26. The largest item on any menu in the world is camel stuffed with lamb stuffed with chickens stuffed with fish stuffed with eggs.
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