I’m talking about the chicken, right? I don’t know about the other parts of your body, but I’m talking about the chicken. I know it’s a long, long story, but if you’re like me, your relationship with your chicken is pretty complicated.
Chicken has a long history which is a little complicated, but one good thing about chicken is that it’s not in all seasons, which is helpful because it means you can bring it to Easter. It is, however, in season right now. This is because one day, maybe a few days ago, someone was messing with her cage. The other day, she was eating, and when she got home from school, she found her cage was open.
She then went to her local market to see if she could help out. She found the cage empty, but there was a strange guy in the cage. She said he was the guy she saw eating with her at the market. He said he was the boyfriend, and that he was going to kill chickens and make them do whatever he wanted. He said he had a gun, and that he was going to shoot her.
So then, why is she eating? It seems unlikely that a simple piece of chicken would be making her so sick – she’s a vegetarian, so she’s not eating meat at all. The same goes for the other question – why is he eating chickens? Maybe he’s really hungry and wants to eat something? Or, is he a pervert and wants to look like a man? Who knows.
Perhaps it’s best for us to assume he’s either a pervert, hungry, and a man, or that he was a vegetarian and wants to look like a man.
It is possible that she’s not really sick, that she’s some sort of hallucination, or that she really is sick. But I am not entirely convinced by the last two.
The fact is that it is hard to tell when someone is ill, or even when they are just being delusional. We can only really guess that they are sick because they are hallucinating or because they are being delusional.
The fact is that most people don’t even realize when they are hallucinating. We are all so used to the fact that something is just a figment of our imagination that we don’t realize that we are just having a conversation with ourselves.