of no fixed subtitle
May 11, 2008
see also some of the comments
. You guys *eyeroll*
14 years ago
I'm not sure why I love that, but I do.
I'd heard of this thing called a
before, the so-called vent these birds have instead of a more obvious mammalian feature. So it may be that these sexers have less to do with the wholistic than they do with just plain opening the puppy up.
Great article... worth the read just to get to "I've seen enough damn chicken asses." Thanks!
MonkeyFilter: "I've seen enough damn chicken asses."
mmmmmmmmm, lovely, HB. Jump start my Sunday morning! It truly is a unique skill and difficult to master. I understand it still pays very, very well and is probably one way to make good money without any kind of degree. That said, a lifetime of staring at chicken asses is somehow...sad.
When you stare into the chicken's ass.. the chicken's ass stares into you. - Gallus Castaneda, A Wacky Way of Life
I've seen wanted ads for chicken sexers five or so years ago - as I recall it paid around A$45k per year (salary) then.
I'm afraid the ask what newspaper polychrome reads....
Yes, poly, but that's STARTING. I personally happen to know a chicken *ahem* sexer that makes 80k. She's been doing it 4 years. And is sick of chicken asses.
I lost the Chicken of Tomorrow Contest. Apparently I'm the Game Hen of Last Tuesday.
In my youth I did a lot of jobs in the poultry business, chicken catching, artificial insemination, factory processing, turkey plucking, cleaning out feral sheds, etc. There was only one job I really liked though, the releasing of a new batch of chicks into the shed. Opening up the boxes and releasing thousands of little yellow balls of cheeping fluff to run around was the cutest thing ever.
My department used to issue a publication called "The Poultry Waste Management Handbook." When I did the cover layout for a reprint, they CATEGORICALLY REFUSED to let me add the subtitle, "When You Don't Know Chickensh**." Some people just have no sensibility atall.
Obviously, TUM. They just didn't know.