The person laughing sounds like a chicken if you listen closely :P
At first it was really funny, but after I noticed the laugh track it actually pissed me off. I feel bamboozled.
Plot twist: It's actually other chicken filming their drunk pal.
All the sound was added in post, wtf?
Yeah you can hear it repeat around 0:55 and 1:23. Plus he's staying awfully still for someone laughing so hard.
Wait it was a laugh track? :(
Or a smart one. It now has the bread to itself.
there's a pretty obvious laugh track over this. listen right at 56 seconds in and the person laughing seems to say something that begins with a "T" sound (probably something not in english). skip to 1:25 and you hear the same bit of gibberish again. any normal person would have an uptick in laughter once the second piece of bread got stuck but you only get a constant stream of laughing through that part. the only real laugh is the slight chuckle by the woman filming. nvm her laugh loops as well at 0:06 and 0:33
I've never known someone to have such a strong opinion on chickens...
Look into the eyes of a chicken and you will see real stupidity. It is a kind of bottomless stupidity, a fiendish stupidity. They are the most horrifying, cannibalistic and nightmarish creatures in the world.
it sounds like a laughing sound effect track. there's no change in laughter at any of the more comedic twists. You would imagine, he would laugh louder when the bread slipped down the chicken's neck, or when the chicken made the mistake a second time. --- but nothing. laughter stayed consistent throughout.
2-Peck & Beakie
someone should post to /sub/holdmyfeed
EDIT: so glad someone went and made this....
Man I'm so glad I listened to this with the sound off. After reading all these comments I am not even the least bit curious I feel better off honestly
it's absolutely a laugh track. listen right at 56 seconds in and the person laughing seems to say something that begins with a "T" sound. skip to 1:25 and you hear the same bit of gibberish again. the only real laugh is the slight chuckle by the woman filming. nope her laugh is looped too!
Fun bird fact: Birds keeps bread around their necks to pawn at a pawn shop for bail money if they ever get arrested since cash is confiscated upon arrest but jewelry is not.
points to the pecker
Yeah ikr and what was up with the random girl laugh track??
Weird as fuck
Show us on the doll where the chicken touched you.
Theory kinda falls apart after considering parrots, crows, ravens, and jays are some of the smartest animals on the planet, don't ya think?
I can't tell if you guys are right or if I'm being paranoid cause I'm high.
this is a sign of wealth in the chicken community, that chicken is just trying to show off his bling
It's like one of those , made of bread.
God, raising chickens was really eye opening when I grew up. Had no idea an animal could be so dumb. It's incredible to me they ever lived in the wild. You can feed them all you want, but they'll never respect you, they'll just eat their own shit before they find the real food you laid out for them
Two slices of bread...technically a chicken sandwich
found the turkey.
I ending up muting it, because it was annoying.
Was hoping someone would post this. They really are one of the dumbest animals on the planet.
I was actually getting pissed off at the laughing. At first I was like, "ye this is a funny chicken." But then he kept laughing. Kinda relieved it was a laugh track and not a genuine laugh because damn.
I cannot believe I'm going to defend chickens twice in one day. Yes, they are not THAT smart but neither were my guinea pigs and I still loved them. You can train chickens to respond to their name (best done when they are still young). You can cuddle them and even have . As all birds they do poop quite a bit (then again, so did my guinea pigs) but apparently there are diapers for chickens if that bothers you while handling them. I've never had a problem with aggression, neither the chickens nor the rooster.
I've mostly kept breeds that lay a lot of eggs but I've also kept silkies who are adorable little fluffballs and really, really soft and docile.
Or crosspost it to /sub/annoyinglaughtracks
"incredible to me they ever lived in the wild."
They became this dumb because we domesticated them right?
This is a myth
Well turkeys have mostly remained wild and they are still dumb as mud. They drown staring at the sky because the rain confuses them.
I donno. You tell me. Look behind you.
I always thought somebody did that to that pigeon, now its pretty possible that it did that to itself
That's clearly a guy though.
Yep! Good ear.
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How were you able to see into the water below you, at night, with such clarity that you could make eye contact with a shark?
Oh wow now I don't believe the first guy.
yeah. i've done a lot of wild turkey hunting and also spent most of my life raising/caring for domestic chickens. Turkeys can be some dumb fuckers. I've shot doubles after carefully calling in a pair of turkeys deep in the woods, shooting the one I'm after... and then having his retarded reptile-brained buddy run up to start pecking at him instantly because his buddy flopping on the ground gunshot suddenly became a vulnerable target. Then shot that one too.
I still think chickens, as much as I appreciate and do my best to care for the ones I have, take the cake as dumbest birds on the planet.
How are they gonna pawn off their bread while they're sitting in jail? That sounds made up to me.
Wild Turkey has definitely made me dumber.
They're too stupid to figure it out for longer than 2.5 seconds.
My personal theory is that, throughout the evolution of life, intelligence has been one of, if not the, most impactful factor in survival.
Therefore, species have been getting smarter and smarter throughout the ages. However, one day, nature just said, "what if we fly though?"
That was the day the regression of intelligence began, for it was no longer needed. Brains have weight after all...
Hiding from predator? Need intelligence to choose hiding spot? lol nah gonna fly Looking for food? Need to scout out prey? bitch im gonna strike them from the heavens
And so began the age of the dumbest animals so high in the evolution tree. BIRDS.
Breadnecks in the south.
Leave it to Reddit to ruin everything.
Two Grainz bout to drop a 🔥 mixtape
You do realize that this entire video is in Korean and is was recorded on Korean television?
Stupid, or reallllllllly smart?
So... Dallas drivers?
Since it was mentioned in the video:
Yes chickens are very easily hypnotized.
*edit: It isn't a kooky Japanese TV show and it is actually a Korean TV show. I don't speak Korean, write Korean or watch Korean TV shows. Nor did I watch the entire video or watch the video with sound on. Sorry if I hurt your feelings by thinking it was just another kooky Japanese TV show.
My god, absolutely the same here! I was attempting a silent chuckle, all did not go as planned.
After a minute of uninterrupted laughing I just assumed it was a person with special needs or something because I couldn't imagine how somebody could possibly laugh for that long over this.
I'll never forget the time I was sitting at the end of a dock at night in the Florida Keys with my legs dangling and a very large shark suddenly, swiftly, silently passed right under my feet. I remember looking into its eyes and seeing just nothingness. It's just a swimming muscle with teeth. I was struck with a feeling of horror appreciating how thoughtlessly this thing would kill me.
We are the stupid chicken OP was talking about :(
Yea, the chicken just decided "I guess I'll take this order to go!"
'Pawn Star' Rick Harrison: “And who buys the jewelry from Harrison? Birds — and there's a good reason why. "When you get arrested for pandering, they take your cash — because the cash was obtained illegally — but they don't take away your jewelry," Harrison explains. "And a bird knows that if he buys jewelry in a pawn shop, if [he] brings it back to a pawn shop and gets a loan against it, [they'll] always get half of what you paid for it — as opposed to buying it in a jewelry store, when [they] don't know what [they're] going to get. So, when they get arrested, they will always have someone bring their jewelry down to me. I will loan them half of what they paid for it — and that's their bail money."
and to /sub/contagiouslaughter
Lmao, did you really just quote an old wives' tale as fact?
Chickens don't fly though
I've laughed for longer over less funny shit. I rarely laugh (out loud) but when I do I can't stop for what feels like ages
no one says you cant love something stupid... people actually have pet rocks they love, or people that have sex with cars...
his laugh reminds me of
I'm starting to believe the first guy again.
I guess you missed the 90s. You could have seen this near every day for a while.
he's not stupid, he's smart. savin' up for later.
A+ effort but unfortunately you kissed the joke
/sub/thisismylifenow material right there.
If it looks stupid but works, it's not stupid.
I was also skeptical and thought it as unlikely a "very large shark" would be swimming so close to a dock, so i did some investigating...
"[Blacktip sharks are] the most common shark (especially young) in clear-water cuts and along beaches in Florida... The blacktip is thought to be the culprit in most “hit and run” attacks on humans. It can grow to 8 feet in length."
It also goes on to explain another shark that grows in 6-9 feet in length that hangs out under "ledges and wrecks".
Found on the site Common Sharks of the Florida Keys
Interestingly with owls, they're actually dumb as rocks, despite the reputation of the "wise old owl". Their brains are basically dedicated entirely to hunting. They're like natures targeting computers, and they're really good at that, and pretty bad at...everything else. Supposedly you can't train them to do shit.
Yeah someone in the background says something that gets looped at one point
They're super aggressive too. Terrible combination.
I think the two biggest scientific theories of the evolving to survive is:
A: Evolve to be smart and survive really well
B: Evolve to make a whole lot of babies that might beat the odds and live
Animals from A eat animals from B. But its kind of like they can't eat all the B animals so B animals keep going on because they just out produce.
Chickens are in the B category.
Interestingly enough, sharks are at least not quite as dumb and mechanically vicious as I used to think. They recognize that humans aren't their normal prey (when we are fully visible, not on a surf board) and apparently they love affection and learn to recognize people who will give then affection and actively seek it. There's a "Tales by Light" episode on Netflix, in the second season, that shows some really incredible footage of this, but you can also see some of it here. I think the episode is called "misunderstood predators."
Anyway, now I get the feeling they aren't as soulless and unthinking as their beady little eyes make them seem.
I grew up with chickens. They're not really that dumb. It's not like they can do complex conceptual thinking, but they do have personalities and character if you observe them for long enough. It's just a matter of perception I guess.
I don't know why people can't tell the difference between Japanese and Korean.
I mean they're all Chinese, right?
I want to see someone wear this in real life and start eating it randomly mid conversation or something.
Turn over and lie on your stomach.
you should crosspost this on /sub/contagiouslaughter
No one knows chicken like chickens!
One can only imagine just how dumb dinosaurs were.
You can shoot any animal you want as long as you shout "Oh my god it's coming right for us!"
It's funny beakause it's true
"In bread chicken."
Its hei hei!