Why did the chickens cross Bargara Rd?
Why did the chickens cross Bargara Rd?

Why did the chickens cross Bargara Rd?

WHY did the chickens cross the road?

To get their feathers on some of our world-famous Bundaberg Brewed Drinks it seems.

Bundaberg drivers negotiating the Bargara and Ring Rd intersection about noon were sent into a flap as the wayward flock of brave birds headed out to see how good the ginger beer really was.

Despite the risk of lunch-time traffic turning them into stir-fry, the trio took its time meandering across the four busy lanes of traffic.

One Bundaberg poultry fancier, who didn't want to be named, said he was amazed to see the bravery shown by the usually timid animals.

"These three really shocked me - like a really good szechuan chicken," he said.

"To grow nuggets like they did, and take on Bundy's manic drivers, was pretty amazing to see.

"After they made it half-way back it looked like their brains were scrambled. So I thought about helping them home but they got it together quickly enough."

The unusual excursion by the birds serves as a reminder to take care on the roads and watch out for all animals - great and small.

Jokes:

Why did the chicken cross the road?

To get to the other side

 

Why did the rooster cross the road?

To cockadoodle dooo something

 

Why did the chicken cross the basketball court?

He heard the referee calling fowls

   

Why did the turkey cross the road?  

To prove he wasn't chicken    

 

Why did the chicken cross the road, roll in the mud and cross the road again?  

Because he was a dirty double-crosser    

 

Why didn't the chicken skeleton cross the road?   

Because he didn't have enough guts    

 

Why did the chicken cross the playground?   

To get to the other slide    

 

Why did the dinosaur cross the road?   

Because chickens hadn't evolved yet    

 

Why did the turtle cross the road?  

To get to the shell station    

 

Why did the horse cross the road?   

Because the chicken needed a day off


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