I am not so easily fooled...all the time😘
Oh that is wrong on so many levels but still so damn funny
Anytime at work when someone asks me what is up I always respond with "A chicken's ass when it eats"...so far it hasn't detoured anyone from still asking
Um... doesn't the rooster's beak hurt, if he starts pecking?
Depends on what he's pecking at!
I dunno... whatever stuff the rooster finds in that area tends to be kinda sensitive.
Well, chickens actually do have little tongues in their beak! They don't have teeth though.
You seem to know an awful lot about this topic, Rooster!
Sounds more like applied research...
I plead insanity!
Ok... case dismissed.
Everyone knows...what rhymes with chicken butt..
Finally someone gets it
Now what could we rhyme up with chicken butt?
My first thoughts are likely to sicken, but
My friend Colonel Sanders
Said once, to bystanders,
"Just sample my fried finger-lickin' cut."
That would be "what" lol
Lol, there is a forgotten rhyme:
a rare alternative form of sporangium
(i.e. a spore case, especially in fungi, algae, mosses, ferns and some other plants):
But otherwise, there are only near rhymes, like cringe, fringe, etc., and, of course, JD's proposal.
It depends on regional pronunciation... some people pronounce orange as 'oar-inge'.
Lol, Thinkerbell - regional pronunciations can, of course, cause rhyming problems or new alternatives.
I am suspecting you are trying to fool me
It don't take much...if ya want to have a battle of wits challenge me to contest of going through a reloving door...talk about confussion
There is a mountain between Abergavenny and Blaenavon called the Blorenge.Wonder what Blorenge rhymes with?
I am going to be wondering that now too
I could never figure out how to pronounce any Welsh word. Well, except maybe Newport or Cardiff, say.
And there seems to be a variety of opinions on Blorenge. Some rhyme with orange, some don't.
I live 11 miles from it-the way everyone says it round here it rhymes with orange
I'll go with what the locals say.
The locals would know,
how best to say 'Blorenge',
And maybe the outsiders
One evening, I craved something juicy,
And opened the fridge, loosey-goosey.
A creak of the door hinge,
And out rolled an orange,
Which suited my needs quite sans souci.