Thread: Silliness Chicken
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Old 03-13-2013, 07:24 PM   #1731
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It's likely that the Chuck Jones recipe would result in a very cute chicken, an almost Disney-like chicken.
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Disney? Ick!
Chuck Jones' cartoons have a warm and fuzzy feel, unlike his more wacky fellow directors. One of his characters, Sniffles The Mouse, had the feel of a Disney character, tending to be warm, humorous, and fuzzy rather than funny.

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I resemble that remark!
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And suddenly the words "kill it with fire" come to mind.
Wouldn't "Wreck-It Ralph" be more appropriate and in keeping with the current tangent the thread has entered? We could put Poohbear in a videogame like "Mortal Kombat," I'm sure he'd have a great time there.

I know, let's give Poohbear a nice present: A genuine Acme electric blanket to keep him nice and warm. I'm sure he'd appreciate the kind gesture.
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