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  1. Zuhn says:
    The whole 'tastes like chicken' joke is about exotic animals that people don't usually eat, you see, and at root it's based on the fact that chicken is fairly bland, as is most meat from small-ish animals, and it's just that chicken is the kind of small-ish animal we eat the most.
  2. Dojinn says:
    Oct 08,  · Excellent song from Rude Boyz Parade () Skip navigation Sign in. Tastes like chicken - Stoopid summer song Fatmike Smells Like Fish, Tastes Like Chicken - Duration.
  3. Dairr says:
    Many animals taste similar because they evolved from a common ancestor that tasted that way. The meat of our argument is that "chicken-like" flavor is ancestral (that is, plesiomorphic) for birds and many other vertebrates, as well. Indeed, the emphasis on chicken in the statement "tastes like chicken.
  4. Samule says:
    Jun 30,  · Tastes Like Chicken is the exciting account of one man's jealously-driven decent into madness and his triumphant redemption by the love of his life. Fist-time director Carlin Trammel mixes the latest in amateur filmmaking techniques and a little old-school puppetry to create a compelling world of danger and romance.5/5(2).
  5. Zulkigrel says:
    Tastes Like Chicken band members have had the pleasure of sharing the stage with artists like Sister Hazel, Lee Brice, Boyz II Men, Edwin McCain and The Blue Dogs. Their debut album, “Don’t Tempt Me” () is still a hot commodity at their shows and fans buy their CDs as .
  6. Braran says:
    Infos, avis et liens pour Rude Boyz Parade, de Tastes Like Chicken, publié en Webzine metal / punk et dérivés (ou pas) Connexion Inscription - - News /5.
  7. Kagakasa says:
    Tastes Like Chicken takes us on a journey through American history - from antebellum steam trains, where fried chicken is hawked at every stop in the South; to the streets of New York City at the turn of the twentieth century, where we revel in the mayhem of Kosher markets; and out to the heartland, where the marvelous contestants in the.

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