Of course it came from Gooly.
We were reading a story about Two Cool Cows. Looking at the pictures, we sighted a pair of
So I told him his story.
Long long time ago, a little boy named Gooly* was reading a story with his mahmee when they came across a picture of a rooster.
Innocently the little boy asked," What is this?" pointing at the red flesh under the rooster's beak. As his mahmee has a PHD in the field of Astronomy and Gastronomy, and not The Anatomy of Farm Animals, she went, "Hmm... I am not sure."
And so the little boy tried his luck, "Chicken wear bow tie?" in the cutest baby voice.
(This is the part he started laughing.)
As his mahmess tried to stiffle her laughter, she went, "Err...no....."
The little boy then said, "Udders? Squeeze got milk?"
And the two of them rolled on the bed and laughed till the rooster crowed the next morning.
"AGAIN AGAIN!" He chanted. He liked that story so much. I had to repeat it a few times. And the laughter got louder and louder.
Finally he said, "I sure was a cute boy.."
You sure were, Gooly. :)
*Name has been changed to protect the rooster.
Tips: That flesh is called WATTLES. The crown on top is called CREST. They help ayams to get rid of body heat. Yeah, I took up PHD on the ANATOMY OF FARM ANIMALS after that.
And OH! He passed! He passed! It's day 5 without tantrums! Yipees!