Chicken Daddies

Discussion of fashion elements and looks that are traditionally considered somewhat "femme" but are presented in a masculine context. This is NOT about transvestism or crossdressing.
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Re: Chicken Daddies

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Kirbstone wrote:
Sat Dec 25, 2021 3:35 am
I just buy whopping big sacks of mixed corn and layers' pellets which we keep in large compartmented metal bins. I also built and maintain the impressive tall fencing to keep the little critters where they should be, also the coops where they spend nights safe from predators.
We recently moved out to a handful of acres in the country and my wife is warming up to the idea of setting up a chicken coop and pen for eggs. I guess I'm a future Chicken Daddy. :)
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Re: Chicken Daddies

Post by Ralph »

I remember when the Target thing went around - here and a few other sites I follow - and I immediately went searching for the dresses featured because I love prairie dresses more than anything. Sadly, I never found any in my (enormous) size.

I do have the blue dress on the cover of that chicken calendar, though. It's the Lindy Bop "Lydia" style, not cotton but a kind of silky polyester blend. Feels great!
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Re: Chicken Daddies

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Coder wrote:
Fri Dec 24, 2021 8:33 pm
moonshadow wrote:
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Hey... I've got a barn... :lol:
A slightly more important question: Do you have chickens?
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Re: Chicken Daddies

Post by crfriend »

The more I think of chickens the less I need to be reminded of my late ex-'s waning days... {shudder}
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