It’s a good thing I do not have to hunt for my food. I don’t even know where tacos live.
Do NOT believe what mischl wrote. Tacos do NOT grow on trees; that is fake news. They live in rivers and you have to fish for them.
@Gwendolyn2018 In Australia they roam wild in the bush and pretty easy to catch, even for a non hunter like me!
@Sierra4 No, no, no . . . tacos are found in fresh water and enchiladas in salt water.
@Geoffrey51 Those tacos must be a land species; they are aquatic here in North America.
Catch your own damned chicken.
@Yogisan I get my own dinner everyday. That is no problem for me. And considering that my ex BF just hit me up for a $100 loan, it appears that I also providing dinner for at least one male.
@Gwendolyn2018 I've also loaned ex'es and/or their mothers money in the past.... idk why some guys are under the misguided impression that women sit in front of a mirror brushing our hair all day and are helpless. XD
@demifeministgal It annoys me that some men think that women are poor money managers. I have done better financially living alone than my ex and I did. In a forum on a dating site (years ago), a woman started a thread asking about shoes. As I am a shoe fanatic, I posted. Men started posting about how women lack money sense and spend all their money on clothes and shoes. Whoa! It turned out that the women who were posting were better off financially than the men! One man actually apologized.
@Gwendolyn2018 And men waste money on video games, tech gadgets, cars, sports shoes and other expensive consumer goods as well. Those whiny types are hypocrites at best.
@demifeministgal My ex-husband used to ask me why I needed so many shoes; I asked him why he needed so many fishing poles. Now, I might have 150 pairs of shoes, but I have saved quite a bit of money. One reason is because I have driven the same car for about 14 years and will drive it until it dies. My ex bought a Goldwing motorcycle with a disability settlement and then, lived in an RV. Go figure.
goddamit... I'm a city slicker, not a country farm gal.... I need the farmers to catch, cut up and freeze or BBQ my chicken meat for me!
Catching it is one thing...wringing it’s neck is quite another!
I much prefer to use an axe.
I will be doing for a Muscovy drake or two this weekend, freezing one and eating the other next weekend.
@MissKathleen I was a city girl, and we lived above my father’s grocery store....no chickens to have to catch or wring necks. My experience with hens and chickens came much later when I came to live here, in the middle of the country.
Cuteness never dies
As the Victorian maxim has it, "looks fades but good cooking keeps getting better", applies equally to husbands and wives.
I'm a pheasant mother plucker,
I pluck mother pheasants
I'm the most pheasant mother plucker that ever plucked a mother pheasant
I wouldn't mind catching one but I need a fellow that can wring its neck and pluck it.
two nails in a V in a log and an ax....hang by it's feet on a clothesline to drip. Then it's dressing and plucking time.
I can catch mine, when she is in her pen; but I would never harm her. I will only hug her and kiss her and tell her she's a pretty girl. Just kidding...I don't kiss my chickens; and will only catch her if I need to tend to her, or put on/change her cute little apron.
However, I did kiss one of my young ducks on the top of his sweet little head.
I have many skills but I think I'm just fine doing them for myself though.
Lol!!! Being single is really cool so... no chicken-catching-women for me!!! Lol!!!
Within a couple more weeks of all the non-essential businesses being closed (ie beauty salons) all women will start to look pretty much the same. The men of course will look as awful as we always have, no change at all.
LOL...I just got reminded how to "catch a chicken"...my daughter-in-law bought a bunch along with a "hen house" to raise them..and I was astounded to see how easy it was (actually she made it "look easy" - it wasn't!
I'm reminded of a 60's Playboy cartoon.
Young long-haired hippie guy lying on the mattress (on the floor).
Young gal walking away . . .
Roll me a joint, Roll me a joint -- a woman's work is never done !
Why is it that (so far) ONLY guys have found my "pheasant mother plucker" comment (below) funny ?
You have to grow them. Plant the trees and wait.