the weekly bird
We Made a Pair of Birddogs for the Amish. Turns Out They Are Just Absolute Zoo Animals.
Meet the Legendary Quaker John.
Quaker John was a prolific lover.
He drove the local handmaids wild with a move called the "Amish Oil Change"...
...but John wouldn't dare engage in premarital relations. So he performed a communal marriage to the entire town.
Quaker John's chest hair can be used as steel wool.
And his urine makes a fine wood varnish.
Farm to table?
Quaker John doesn't eat anything he hasn't looked in the eye and bled out himself.
There are no roosters on Quaker John's farm.
His presence alone causes hens to produce eggs.
The Quaker JohnsThe Quaker Johns
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We Made Birddogs So White They Come Pre-Approved For a Mortgage.
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