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Chickens in fetish, film and food

25 June 2015

Author : ami-evelyn-hughes



Chickens are forsaken, ridiculed, loved, eaten, abused, overfed, plucked, made into nuggets and sometimes even used for human sexual pleasure. I have always had a fascination with them, mainly with eating them – southern fried – but also with the different breeds, different eggs and all the ways you can eat them. The chicken (Gallus Gallus Domesticus) is a domesticated fowl, a subspecies of the red Jungle Fowl. The humble chicken is one of the most common and widespread domestic animals, more than 50 billion chickens are raised annually. Chickens may live for five to ten years, depending on the breed, the world’s oldest chicken, a hen, died of heart failure at the age of 16 according to Guinness world records. There are a plethora of chicken related films, music and cultural references from sexual fetishes to the original KFC restaurant.

Steve – Bizarre Personal Ad: Looking for someone to help indulge my chicken fetish – m4w. I used to run a blog of Bizarre adult personal ads (most VERY adult), here was one of my favorites (Found on Craigslist/San Antonio 11/05):

“I have a chicken fetish. More specifically. I would like a woman who is willing to wear a chicken costume and cluck during intercourse. I am 5’11” and 170lbs, educated, fit(6-pack abs), clean, D/D free, brown hair, blue-grey eyes. Women only!! Your body type and age does not matter as you will be wearing the chicken suit: I require that you be clean, discreet, D/D free, and willing to wear the suit and make the noises. If you’d like, after wearing the suit and playing, we can play again without the suit if you wish. I will provide the chicken suit and the place, you only need to provide yourself along with your latest STD tests. The suit is quite nice, and can fit any woman from 5’2” 6′. Serious enquiries only please. No weirdos.”




The John waters film Pink Flamingos features a loveable character ‘Edie’, Divine’s egg loving mother who lives most of her life in a cot, waiting for the ‘egg man’ to come. Edith Massey who played Edie went on to feature in a punk band named after her Pink Flamingos character entitled ‘Edie and the Eggs’, they sold out a bunch of shows in California but the band members never received any of the profits and so quit and moved back to Baltimore, where shortly after Edith died.


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It’s the egg man!!!

Emile Hirsch starred in the movie ‘Mudge Boy’, in the role of a young effeminate boy who has lost his mother and lives solely with his dad, who for comfort holds live chicken heads in his mouth until they and him relax, only finding comfort in his pet chicken.


Chicken Head Suck Scene

Egghead was a villain created for the 1960s Batman tv series. He was portrayed by Vincent Price. The character was identifiable by his pale bald head and white and yellow suit. He believed himself to be “the world’s smartest criminal,” and his crimes would usually have an egg-motif to them as well as including egg puns in his speech where appropriate such as “egg-zactly” and “egg-cellent.” Additionally, he would use a wide assortment of egg-shaped weapons, such as laughing gas eggs and tear gas eggs (laid by chickens on a diet of onions).



Buckethead is famous for wearing a KFC bucket on his head, emblazoned with an orange bumper sticker reading FUNERAL in capital black block letters, and an expressionless plain white mask which, according to Buckethead, was inspired by his seeing Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers. At one point, he changed to a plain white bucket that no longer bore the KFC logo, but subsequently reverted to his trademark KFC bucket. Here is a video of him playing some great guitar.

Buckethead Soothsayer



The Colonel Sanders and his company KFC, both hated and loved. Just two days ago a customer claimed to have been served a deep fried rat – Deep Fried Rat.

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Finger lickin good.






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