Why did the Chicken cross the road?
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Guess there are 3 acceptable answers.
Despite the better judgement of my staff, I am going to share a story with you. This story is tragic and tear-inducing, so please step away from your computer if you succumb to sadness easily. This is the story of a chicken named Chester. Chester Chicken we called him, in reference to his being a chicken and also being named Chester. Chester Chicken was a happy chicken, living with his two black friends (I know, I know, a dangerous situation for a chicken) in rural Denver. He enjoyed playing cards with his friends and going to raves organized specifically for chickens. He loved to dance. Chester always loved to dance. On Christmas Eve, Chester Chicken was crossing the street when a police officer took him aside and questioned him. Chester was flustered and embarrassed, he didn't understand why he was being asked such questions. Unfortunately, Chester Chicken couldn't take the pressure and the next day a tragedy occurred:
WARNING: The following image is extremely graphic and not intended for those under the legal age of consent.
Cry not for Chester Chicken but for subjugated chickens everywhere. And please give a prayer for these two grieving men. Although Chester tasted really great and went well with waffles, his death was truly tragic for both of them.
The answer is
A) to create an anti joke.
B) To get the penny on the otherside
C) because he wanted to
DawsonBruno forfeited this round.
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Vote Placed by Zarroette 1 year ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Con's anecdote has zero impact as a Kritik, due to not having the necessary parts of a Kritik, so Pro wins arguments by default. Conduct to Pro for Con using an insult and forfeiting the final round.
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