Whats it?-Chicken Glasses January 17, 2017

I brought my whats-it on tuesday jan 10th. What i brought were red-lensed chicken glasses. Chicken glasses were pinned into chickens top beak, in order to obscure their ability to see fellow chickens bleeding. If birds see an injured flock member, they will peck it until it dies. They are no longer used for chickens, but other farm raised birds still wear them by the flock. Pheasants for one still wear glasses, but they use blue lenses instead of red.

 

For the majority of people, they either guessed a part of a toy, or a machine even. For the most part, I gave them a hint that it had to do with an animal. After telling them it was for a chicken, everyone still couldn’t guess it. Only two people in total knew it. In the end most people have never heard of chicken glasses.

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  1. You should have a picture of them, or of a similar pair, in case someone didn’t see them on the day you brought it in, so then they can see what they look like.

    Comment by Hunter — January 21, 2017 @ 5:32 PM



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