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 Chicken Chicken chicken.

Chicken chicken chicken chicken.

Chicken chicken.

(Chicken Chicken Chicken)

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  1. i love having flashblock. it provides so many terse postings with perfect mystery. (my favorite is: “check this out!”)

  2. uh…sorry guys, it’s ‘chikin’, not ‘chicken’. geez. the intertubes is just ruining spelling…

  3. Powerpoints can be far worse. My cow-orkers love to cram as much as possible onto each slide. 10 point fonts and zero whitespace.

    1. Justin Bieber recently addressed the unfortunate frequency of buffalo buffaloing that happens in Buffalo.

  4. Chicken, chicken. Chicken chicken chicken chicken chicken chicken chicken chicken chicken chicken chicken chicken.

    Chicken,
    -Chicken.

  5. link to the paper: http://isotropic.org/papers/chicken.pdf

    As a one-time academic, my personal favorite part of this is the audience question at the end, which results in the presenter pulling out the backup slides.

    (Seen at work recently: “if you say ‘semantic satiation’ over and over, does it lose all meaning?”)

    1. Links to the paper and Powerpoint are already included. Didn’t you read Maggie’s description above? (heehee)

  6. Banana muffin, banana muffin. Muffin muffin banana, muffin banana muffin, muff banana muffin. Bananana muff muff, banana, banana, banana.
    -Muffin

  7. 10/30 comments of mindless repetition, and it just gets funnier every time

    11/31 comments of mindless repetition, and it just gets funnier every time

    12/32 comments of mindless repetition, and it just gets funnier every time

    … no it doesn’t

    1. Chicken, chicken. Chicken CHICKEN chicken chicken. Chicken: chic. Ken. Chicken? Chicken.

  8. I must object to the highly speciesist tone of this presentation. It should include the viewpoint of at least one chicken.

  9. Ha ha. After three days of AAAS, for instance, this is what all the talks begin to sound like. Complete with differential equations slide if anyone asks a question.

  10. I’m glad that I’m not the only one to see the link to The Parking Lot Is Full. I hadn’t thought of that comic in two years probably, but I recognized it as soon as I saw the original paper that this talk was based on. I’m still sorry it died…

  11. Holy crap that is funny! Asthma attack-inducing funny *wheeze*. Even funnier when you go through the actual ppt. Thanks for posting!

  12. This is actual a parody of a famous case about chickens that is read in most first year Contracts law classes.

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