I'm not sure I've ever seen a live chicken before. I assumed they all came from KFC
Welcome to the group amigo. I've always wanted to ask...what does ESE mean.?
Quote from: gumbii on September 18, 2011, 12:06:00 AMwell... i breed exhibition chickens for shows and stuff... i work with OEGB and now serama... i got rid of all my shamo... here are some of my birdies...sorry for the cell phone pics...Man, those are some very pretty birds. I used to look at them every year at the county fair. When my kids were little they would enter lots of animals in the fair. My boy was about 5 yoa he had a beautiful, big Rhode Island Red he entered for 3 years and finally the dog caught him and bit most of his feathers off. All of the hens laughed at him...bald ain't sexy in the chicken community. You do have some pretty birds and I can tell you put time and care into them. Buenas suerte!
well... i breed exhibition chickens for shows and stuff... i work with OEGB and now serama... i got rid of all my shamo... here are some of my birdies...sorry for the cell phone pics...
Wow, another chicken breeder, thats awesome! I bred crele OEGB for awhile then took the dun gene from the OEGB into wyandotte bantams. I bred wyandotte bantams in dun, dun laced, black, silver laced, barred, dun barred, and white for close to 8 years. Im down to just whites for now. We also breed black, blue, and dun sumatra bantams and largefowl, phoenix bantams in white, silver, dun silver, gold, and light brown and still have a few of the original crele bantams. Plus we have amherst pheasants, silver pheasants, call ducks, and muscovies and some easter eggers and black sexlink makers. I have judged some shows with the oriental fowl such as shamos and asils being close to 4' tall, those were some amazing birds. What kind of coral tank do you have? I used to have softies with some chromis, damsels, and a zebra tang, flounder, and some others before I moved, the move was too hard on them so I sold them back to the store. Im hoping to get it restarted this fall. Welcome to the forum, its always nice to have other breeders that actually know what Im talking about when I ramble on about chickens
Ese...it's like saying dude, no? ¿Oye ese, Como te vas? ¡No tengo dinero, ese! ¡Ja, ja, ja!
I wish I could speak Spanish. The schools here generally only teach French, and I have no idea why, because you can only speak it in France and Canada and a few little islands in the Caribbean and Pacific, as as a couple of places in Africa nobody would ever really want to go to. Spanish is a beautiful language and far more widely spoken
Quotepipipipipipipi...no... the correct use of ese is "dame ese desarmador" or no te gusta esa camisa...?"Claro que si...you are right, but Tom Gallagher was referring to LA/NYC Spanglish, no? I thought he was asking about what he's seen on tv cop shows... ¿de acuerda ese?
pipipipipipipi...no... the correct use of ese is "dame ese desarmador" or no te gusta esa camisa...?"
iOye me ese! I'm glad we got that straight.iQue lo pase bien!(Have a good day!)
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