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How did the chicken cross the road?

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2015-05-12 01:59:42
2015-05-12 01:59:42

Typically such animals will use legs to travel between locations, however it has been speculated that this bird-like creature may have used his/her wings.
Very fast if it was a smart chicken. Too slowly if it wasn't. Because it wanted to make fun of the joke.

Oh sorry you put HOW. Well, it probably walked.

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