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The Sticky Tricks of Dirty Chicks

Oh my! Cutest chicky tale I’ve heard in forever – I simply MUST share it!

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imageNo little kid should ever be allowed a small, defenseless duck, chick, or bunny for a pet. One of those four hundred pound tortoises would be a far better choice. It could protect itself and the kid couldn’t pick it up. Porcupines or crocodiles should be fine, too. They could probably hold their own against a four year old. Case in point, when I was four, Mother went to the farm supply store to get baby chicks to raise for the freezer. They came in a brown cardboard box with air holes. Naturally, I fell in love with the chicks and begged for one of my own. Thinking I would quickly lose interest, Mother had one put in a paper bag just for me.

As I sat on the backseat of the car with my chick, I took it out and admired it, putting its tiny, fluffy body next to…

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  1. When I was a kid, I learned one great lesson. I never ever want another duck. This one followed me around for weeks. Can’t remember how we got rid of it. But I never want to be that up close to a duck again. It’s hard on the bathroom breaks.

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