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Charger4U

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I tried to train my pet chicken to say "cash MONEY", but all it could do was say "buck buck buck". Stupid chicken. That parrot is not stupid.

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I tried to train my pet chicken to say "cash MONEY", but all it could do was say "buck buck buck".  Stupid chicken.  That parrot is not stupid.

i know what you mean, my chickens refuse to sya anything but buck buck to my brother and sister, i wish theyd say somehting like "f@#k off" :lol:, they do make my whole neighborhood sound like a farm tho when theyre laying eggs...

That reminds me when i lived in vegas and there ws actuallly major retail/outlet stores, i taught this parrot how to say whats up, cause the "pets mart" wasnt to far away from my house.

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I tried to train my pet chicken to say "cash MONEY", but all it could do was say "buck buck buck".  Stupid chicken.  That parrot is not stupid.

Wouldn't be shocked if Charguh had that covered already..

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Wouldn't be shocked if Charguh had that covered already..

read the post above yours... and BTW, :lol::lol:

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C4U teachs his chickens words like "faster", "harder", "Ow that hurt"

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no i just ahd to teach them the correct prononciations, b/c they asked after hearing you yell them.

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