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FML - The follow-up
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I'm the OP. I'm the one with the Fabulous Fingerbiters. These chickens aren't food: they're overindulged pets. Each one has a name, so chicken stew isn't an option. I've named them after various vaudeville stars or actresses because they're a lot of feathery drama queens. Actually, biting the hand that feeds them is right in line with the entertainment-industry theme I chose when naming them. A chicken bite from a baby bird isn't really painful at all because their little beaks are so soft.
By Rapunzel1974 / Sunday 1 September 2013 04:29 / United States - Gulfport
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I bought chicks and ducks once for fun and then sell them I dont live in a farm or anything but the ducks plucked off all the chicks feathers and the last chick was drowned by the ducks in the water bowl. I left them in there for one night and the seller said they would be fine together. I feel very bad and am still searching for that asshole seller.

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No, 31, it really wouldn't be. Often horses are very gentle and calm creatures, until it comes to food. Lots of animals get possessive and eager come meal time - its an instinct that can be broken.

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@4 If your horse did that, you wouldn't have any fingers. @ 21 What the hell? As long as you don't stick your fingers up like treats, or punch the horse in the mouth... And you don't have an abused one, there should be no reason a horse ever bites you. Unless it's trying to play (in which case it's just as likely to come alongside of you and knock you flat by slamming into you with its side). Sometimes they nip you then turn around and run like dogs (especially as colts/ foals) expecting you to

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How can it ever be the animal's fault? We can't understand their minds, and we should always expect them to bite us if we aren't handling them properly. It's in their nature to bite things. Animals (particularly large or dangerous ones) should be respected. it's not ok to let a kid put his/her hands near a horse's mouth and then say it's the horse's fault for biting them.

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Yeah I used to be iffy about snakes especially wild ones, but my cousins neighbor is a snake keeper and he has 50+ snakes that he keeps and they're all secure according to the laws and be let's us come over and hold them and the whole nine yards. As long as we don't crowd them and we're gentle, the snakes don't bite and they're truly amazing creatures.

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Please don't take this the wrong way but I love you #42! We get the same thing from our customers as breeders ourselves with reptiles (snakes in particular, obviously lol).

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The worst thing about a chicken bite is it catches you off guard. My neighbor raised chickens until he had kidney failure and passed away. I used to go out and play with them all the time. He gave me a rooster that had injured his feet in a hurricane accident (cage blew over and he got tangled in it) I would hand feed him almost every day. Their bites don't hurt. Their beaks feel odd when they nip your finger thought so it can startle you pretty easily if you're not expecting/used to it.

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