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The perfect poster for poultry fans in your life, this poster lists 20 signs you might have a serious fowl infatuation. In case you can't read them in the preview, they are: Signs you might be addicted to chickens: 1.) You regularly use the word "vent" in a way that has nothing to do with airflow. 2.) You know what chicken math is and have experienced it personally many times. 3.) You window shop coops and tractors. 4.) You forget that words like "bantam", "pullet", and "pipping" are not in the average person's vocabulary, and often have to explain to people what on Earth you just said. 5.) You have a fridge just for eggs. 6.) You spend more time cleaning the chickens' coop and run than you do your own home. 7.) You don't just talk to your chickens--you talk Chicken to your chickens... and they understand you. 8.) You have converted the spare bedroom into a brooder and the garage into another coop. 9.) Your chickens not only have names, they know what those names are, and will respond to them accordingly depending on your tone of voice. 10.) You know more about chickens than you do your own relatives. 11.) You have accidentally gone out in public with your "run boots" on. 12.) You have had to do laundry because you forgot you had eggs in your pockets...again. 13.) Feathers turn up in the strangest places. 14.) You take your chickens' tastes into consideration when grocery shopping for your family. 15.) You know what hen saddles and chicken diapers are, you buy them in bulk, and are on a first-name basis with your supplier. 16.) You daydream about building the ultimate chicken coop and run. 17.) You canceled your cable subscription because you'd rather sit outside in a lawnchair and watch your chickens than TV. 18.) You have a chicken wish-list full of breeds and varieties you don't yet have. 19.) People you don't even know come up to you with chicken questions. 20.) Your friends have learned not to bring up chickens in your presence and warn new acquaintances not to ask if you have any pets. ! The perfect poster for poultry fans in your life, this poster lists 20 signs you might have a serious fowl infatuation. In case you can't read them in the preview, they are: Signs you might be addicted to chickens: 1.) You regularly use the word "vent" in a way that has nothing to do with airflow. 2.) You know what chicken math is and have experienced it personally many times. 3.) You window shop chicken coops and tractors. 4.) You forget that words like "bantam", "pullet", and "pipping" are not in the average person's vocabulary, and often have to explain to people what on Earth you just said. 5.) You have a fridge just for eggs. 6.) You spend more time cleaning the chickens' coop and run than you do your own home. 7.) You don't just talk to your chickens--you talk Chicken to your chickens... and they understand you. 8.) You have seriously considered converting the spare bedroom into a brooder and the garage into another coop. 9.) Your chickens not only have names, they know what those names are, and will respond to them accordingly depending on your tone of voice. 10.) You know more facts about chickens than you do your own relatives. 11.) You have accidentally gone out in public with your "run boots" on. 12.) You have had to launder jackets and other apparel items because you forgot you had eggs in your pockets...again. 13.) Feathers turn up in the strangest places. 14.) You take your chickens' tastes into consideration when grocery shopping for your family. 15.) You not only know what hen saddles and chicken diapers are, but you buy them in bulk, and are on a first-name basis with your supplier. 16.) You daydream about building the ultimate chicken coop and run. 17.) You canceled your cable subscription because you spend more time in a lawn chair watching your chickens than in front of the TV. 18.) You have a chicken wish-list for all the breeds and varieties you don't own yet. 19.) People you don't even know come up to you with chicken questions. 20.) Your friends have learned not to bring up chickens in your presence and warn new acquaintances not to ask if you have any pets. (or)