This refers to the fact that a decapitated chicken may continue to run and flap its wings for some time, although to no purpose. A person whose response to an emergency is inefficient, disconnected or panicky activity is said to run around like a chicken with its head cut off.
It can also mean (metaphorically) equally unproductive or illogical activity.
A chicken with its head cut off tends to still run around aimlessly for several minutes after death. This is because the nerves in the body are still active for a short time. The saying "like a chicken with its head cut off" is a shortened version of "running around like a chicken with its head cut off" or, in the Australian vernacular, "running around like a chook with its head cut off". This means that someone is very active, flitting at high speed from one activity to another, sometimes in nervous agitation. Their actions seem random as they try to cover everything they possibly can in as short a time as possible.
Can you imagine what it would look like if a headless chicken was running around? It couldn't see where it was going or even have the brains to walk in a straight line. It means you were dashing about willy-nilly without using your brains.
Tom was running around like a chicken with his head cut off trying to get ready for a meeting with his boss that might determine his future with the company.
that everybody know what to do if an accident happen, that way you should know what do to, instead of going around running like a chicken with it head cutoff
The not-so-painless method of cutting their head off...LIVE. They could still be alive after this, ever heard of the phrase "running around like a headless chicken".
There is, unfortunately, no expression just as colourful in French. You'd say "Courir dans tous les sens", literally "to run around in every direction".
Run around like a chicken with my head cut off or NOTHING.................. :)
Dance around singing ? IF the chicken isn't nesting, then looks like you have breakfast for the next few days. if the chicken IS nesting....looks like your going to have (maybe- if they all make it) 12 more chicks running around.
A headless chicken brings to mind the old expression, "running around like a chicken with its head chopped off." The expression refers to meaningless, frantic activity that accomplishes nothing. In this light, your dream might be telling you to slow down, consider what actually needs to be done, then to focus on one task at a time.
eat a flart head or fly around like a chicken saying bok-bok bokkak!
ummmmm.......... I Like Chicken Nuts ummmmm.......... I Like Chicken Nuts velociraptor
The dog will like it because the chicken will be chased all the time. I doubt the chicken will like to have a dag nearby. Also, the chicken might get eaten. Advice: have a barn with chickens rather than having ti nearby or in the house. It will be very crazy with dogs and chickens running around!
Hopefully brianna.... :) i sure hope!
The brain of a chicken is in its head, just like any other animal that has a head.
Headless Chickens comes from the phrase "To run around like a headless chicken" Meaning to panic and run around aimlessly. It comes from the fact that sometimes when the head of a chicken is cut off it will run around in circles aimlessly until it dies.
The sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system are separate in the chicken. The parasympathetic nervous system is like our reflex system. It is a knee jerk reaction that by passes the brain. It came from running from predators.
Contrary to popular belief, frog does not taste like chicken. It tastes like Bull Head (a type of fish).
Put it in your mouth. Now, go outside. Then, run around like a chicken. Finally, put your head in the fridge and count to 50,000. Voila.
I love sticking chicken feathers in my buns. I then proceed to dance... like a chicken with it's head cut off... YEAH!
take the blue lego and shove it up our no-no, then dance around like a chicken with its head cut off. that ought to do the trick
I think it was something like 18 months.
could be, could not.
1) The kids are out in the yard, running around like chickens with their heads cut off. 2) Tastes like chicken. 3) Tender as a chick. 4) Mad as a wet hen. 5) As scarce as hen's teeth. 6) Curses are like young chickens; they always come home to roost.
like running around like a dog would