CHICKEN CHICKEN.

Chicken chicken chicken chicken, chicken chicken (chicken chicken chicken); chicken chicken chicken chicken: chicken! (Chicken chicken.)

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  1. Chicken chicken chicken “chicken,” “chicken” chicken “chicken.” Chicken chicken chicken “chicken chicken chicken chicken chicken chicken chicken” [Chicken Chicken, 1893]. Chicken chicken chicken chicken. Chicken chicken chicken chicken chicken; chicken chicken chicken, chicken chicken chicken chicken, chicken chicken chicken, chicken: chicken, chicken, chicken, chicken, chicken—chicken chicken chicken chicken chicken chicken petunia.

  2. Duck?

  3. > Chicken chicken chicken “chicken,” “chicken” chicken “chicken.”
    Chicken! Chicken chicken chicken CHICKEN! Chicken Chicken Chicken! Chicken chiken chicken chicken, Chicken Chicken Chicken Chicken 9.36.28:

    Gallus, Galle, gallum gallum gallus gallo gallus, gallus gallus gallos gallus gallus—gallus gallus—gallus.
    Chicken: chicken chicken chicken chicken chicken chicken, chicken chicken chicken chicken chicken chicken—chicken chicken.

    Chicken?

  4. Chick. En.

  5. Siganus Sutor says:

    Time to talk turkey now:
    Rhubarb rhubarb “Rhubarb Rhubarb”? Rhubarb rhubarb-rhubarb, rhubarb! Rhubarb, rhubarb Rhubarb…

  6. Chicken chicken chicken chicken chicken chicken. Chicken chicken? Chicken.

  7. dearieme says:

    When you ask an Aussie how bush tucker tastes, he answers “like chicken”. Or “chook”.

  8. kurichnego kurichnego kurichnego impereilizm !

  9. Duck duck goose?

  10. On second schtroumpf, schtroumpf that schtroumpf. That is, Les Schtroumpf schtroumpfed of this first.
    For our schtroumpfish schtroumpf: “Smølf”.
    A schtroumpf could be: “Den smølf smølfede ham lige i smølfen.”

  11. Speaker A: Vy ste všetci toto. Keby ste sa netoto a radšej zatoto, tak by sme to toto už dávno vytoto a nemuseli by sme sa natoto jak takí toto. Ale vy radšej vytoto a roztoto a nie aby ste celý toto poriadne toto a toto.
    Speaker B: Ale šak sa netoto. Dneska zatoto a zajtra to celé toto bude vytoto až sa z toho všetci toto pototo.
    Note: that’s a reasonably accurate transcript of a real conversation.
    In case of emergency, replace “toto” by “jebať”. Works just as well in most cases.

  12. To represent the antipodean element:
    Wilik-wilik, wilik-wilik wilik-wilik “Wilik-wilik” wilik-wilik.
    Wilik-wilik wilik-wilik Wilik-wilik wilik-wilik wilik-wilik wilik-wilik. Wilik-wilik wilik.
    -Wilik wilik.
    That’s what a galah sounds like!

  13. Cheeky.

  14. Shi shi shi shi shi shi shi….
    But I think Steve Martin said it best: “Hup hup hup hup hup hup hup hup hup hup hup.”

  15. Dead link. Most frustrating post ever.

  16. OK, got through. I’m fine now.

  17. Noetica says:

    Chic, Ken! (Ken ye chicks?)

  18. stercus says:

    cluck!

  19. I can’t let this go without alluding to that classic Monty Python sketch:
    Don’t worry dear, I’ll have your spam, I love it. I’m having the spam spam spam spam spam spam baked beans spam spam and spam!
    Baked beans are off!
    Oh, can I have spam instead?
    You mean you want spam spam spam spam spam spam spam spam spam and spam?! Blechhh!

  20. Why not let the bird speak for itself? A sparrow for example.
    DE MUS
    Tjielp tjielp – tjielp tjielp tjielp
    tjielp tjielp tjielp – tjielp tjielp
    tjielp tjielp tjielp tjielp tjielp tjielp
    tjielp tjielp tjielp
    Tjielp
    etc.
    (c) Jan Hanlo, 1954
    http://www.muurgedichten.nl/hanlo.html

  21. This is just a cheap ripoff of the old badger loop:
    http://www.weebls-stuff.com/toons/badgers/

  22. Badgers Badgers Badgers Badgers Badgers Badgers Badgers Badgers Badgers Badgers Badgers Badgers mushrooms, MUSHROOMS!

  23. Pollo kuritsa huhn kur koko. Gallus házityúk dajaaj kana poulet. Ayam hohn niwatori höns, “galinha” tavuk kokoshka yi ji.

  24. CHICKEN! EGG! CHICKEN! EGG! CHICKEN! EGG! CHICKEN! EGG! CHICKEN! EGG! CHICKEN! EGG! CHICKEN! EGG! CHICKEN! EGG! CHICKEN! EGG! CHICKEN! EGG! CHICKEN! EGG! CHICKEN! EGG! CHICKEN! EGG! CHICKEN! EGG! CHICKEN! EGG! CHICKEN! EGG! CHICKEN! EGG! CHICKEN! EGG!
    Now, what did I start with again?

  25. Adiye.

  26. Huhn huhn huhn huhn huehnchen huehnchen huhn huhn huhn.
    huhn
    nhuh
    hnhu
    uhnh
    huhn!

  27. YOu know, Wilsonart’s post almost actually fits ;)

  28. David Marjanović says:

    Should I resist?
    Naaah…
    Wenn Fliegen hinter Fliegen fliegen, fliegen Fliegen Fliegen nach.

  29. In a certain dialect of Finnish (Rauma) the following works: Kokko, kokko kokko koko kokko. ‘Kokko, bring together the whole bonfire!’

  30. David Marjanović says:

    ARGH! A tongue-twister with long and short consonants! (Or is koko a typo?)

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