Since it was so wet outside today, I decided to go out and stand in the rain. Makes perfect sense, right? Rain, mud, and general misery = go outside. I have some awesome mucking boots, so I wore those. Possibly getting wet socks was not a risk I was willing to take.
Once I got outside, I realized that I didn't really have anything to DO out there (other than just standing in the wet), so I went over by the chicken coop. There were some chickens standing outside and getting wet. This was clearly not the most enlightened moment in the history of chicken brilliance.
After a few minutes of wordless staring, I made the revolutionary observation that chickens look dumb. Here is an example of a dumb-looking chicken:
Wet chickens look even dumber. Regular dumb chicken versus wet dumb chicken:
Their eyes don't really help things - they tend to stare blankly.
Or just their heads:
Or just their feet:
After some consideration, I began to feel that perhaps I had been a bit unfair to all of chickenkind, by trapping them in a stereotype of idiocy and mindless creepy staring. So, I made a few pictures of chickens who have chosen to pursue a higher education.
A chicken with some form of job involving crazy mathematical equations a lots of unpleasant work (such as thinking). Possibly a teacher or engineer.
After that, I went to find some milk, but there wasn't any, so I pretty much had a panic attack before realizing that someone had just hidden it behind a bunch of leftovers. That was such a huge relief that I DRANK ALL OF THE MILK, and then there really wasn't any.
So I realized that I should probably go to a store or a gas station or something and buy some more...but that would have been way too responsible. So I took a nap instead.