Fresh Whole Chicken 1.4KG £2 at Tesco Starts 25/06/2009 Only on for 3 days - HotUKDeals
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#1
Lord help us

In before the chicken police:w00t:
#2
deb8z
Lord help us

In before the chicken police:w00t:


:oops:
#3
:thumbsup: i would rather have a nice goose on the table ....anyday:-D
banned#4
PraxxtorCruel
Fresh Whole Chicken 1.4KG £2


WOW can't believe the price :thumbsup:
#5
Mr Weasle
:thumbsup: i would rather have a nice goose on the table ....anyday:-D


:oops:
#6
Dirty chicken ....
#7
im assuming not RSPCA standard ones?
#8
shadowdogg
im assuming not RSPCA standard ones?


Quick,leggit - poultry filth has arrived :p

Voted hot - yum :)
#9
WON'T SOMEONE THINK OF THE POOR ICKLE CHICKENS??!?!?!




lol
#10
grex9101
WON'T SOMEONE THINK OF THE POOR ICKLE CHICKENS??!?!?!




lol


If God didnt want us to eat animals, he should'nt have made them out of meat ! :w00t:
#11
In before bigsky says its poor quality and all that guff
#12
whats that about £1.40 a kg? crazy price, even the value chickens are £1.99 a kg now. dont expect these to be that big though, prob the size of a large rottiserie chicken which is small lol.
#13
Chemically swollen monsters ;-)
#14
pidgeofcdf
whats that about £1.40 a kg? crazy price, even the value chickens are £1.99 a kg now. dont expect these to be that big though, prob the size of a large rottiserie chicken which is small lol.


Maybe they stuff small chickens with lead shot - just to make 'em 1.4 kg :?
1 Like #15
£2 for a poor, murdered bird that has probably been raised in intolerable conditions. :-( No Thanks.
#16
JunkMail
£2 for a poor, murdered bird that has probably been raised in intolerable conditions. :-( No Thanks.


Best to put it out of its misery - straight on the spit and get roasting:thumbsup:
#17
JunkMail
£2 for a poor, murdered bird that has probably been raised in intolerable conditions. :-( No Thanks.


Murdered? Jeez, I like quality chicken but you're going a bit too far...
#18
Its a feathertastic price, I bet Asda cant DOO !the same
you get it DOO!
:w00t::-D
#19
grex9101
WON'T SOMEONE THINK OF THE POOR ICKLE CHICKENS??!?!?!




lol


oh i will think of it as i butterfly it, season it, and slap it on the bbq ;-)
#20
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1 Like #21
JunkMail
£2 for a poor, murdered bird that has probably been raised in intolerable conditions. :-( No Thanks.


Chickens and Cows are stupid animals. They are here to be EATEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

:thumbsup:
#22
boothy
In before bigsky says its poor quality and all that guff



Go and buy one of these and then go buy some chicken that bigsky would call decent. Cook them both the same and let me know if you can tell any difference. If you can't then either all decent chefs talk ******* or your taste buds are failing you. Either way, you've got yourself a hot deal.

I'm not saying that this shouldn't be rated as hot because it is for some people. But, it is poor quality.
#23
ukwhitey
Chickens and Cows are stupid animals. They are here to be EATEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

:thumbsup:


Lol you could say that to about 50% of americans.
#24
excellent :thumbsup: if theyre half as tasty as the asda ones i'll be stocking up :) thanks for the heads up OP
#25
i'm a legs and breast man ;-)


as for the chicken i can take it or leave it:thumbsup:
#26
JunkMail
£2 for a poor, murdered bird that has probably been raised in intolerable conditions. :-( No Thanks.



do you not realise junk mail that these are actually the 4quid odd chickens just on a special price offer???? anways blah blah blah blah to all u kind of people - we were made to be meat eaters, if we weren't supposed to eat meat then a significant portion of our diet wouldnt have to have been protein and THEREFORE as long as it tastes nice then ill take cheap and tasty meat wherever the hell I can get it.
you dont want to eat it - your choice
#27
jaynehull123
ill take cheap and tasty meat wherever the hell I can get it.
would you like 2 veg with that?:w00t::w00t:
#28
transit
would you like 2 veg with that?:w00t::w00t:


indeed i would lol :thumbsup:
#29
JunkMail
£2 for a poor, murdered bird that has probably been raised in intolerable conditions. :-( No Thanks.

Hook line and sinker lol
#30
Well, natural selection means that the sh1t-for-brains idiots who buy and eat this stuff and will eventually die out through poor nutrition while the righteous will go on to thrive and build a new civilisation that doesn't need this kind of cra*p to survive.:p
#31
When I buy chickens I always check the label to make sure they aren't those "happy" free range ones.

I'd like to think I'm doing the chickens I eat a favour.
#32
finally some decent chicken I hate those free range ones. I prefer to not eat misled chickens.
#33
Chicken is a lame meat anyway. No real nutrition for it.

Well not no more anyway.
#34
cheapskate58
Well, natural selection means that the sh1t-for-brains idiots who buy and eat this stuff and will eventually die out through poor nutrition while the righteous will go on to thrive and build a new civilisation that doesn't need this kind of cra*p to survive.:p

Really :roll:
#35
cheapskate58
Well, natural selection means that the sh1t-for-brains idiots who buy and eat this stuff and will eventually die out through poor nutrition while the righteous will go on to thrive and build a new civilisation that doesn't need this kind of cra*p to survive.:p


All hail to our new leader of our new civilisation, what must we do to keep our poor deprived species alive, lead us to salvation oh mighty one.
#36
beaky
All hail to our new leader of our new civilisation, what must we do to keep our poor deprived species alive, lead us to salvation oh mighty one.


LOL :giggle:

I can see them all lining up with their soapboxes.
Nothing like a good old chicken thread to get them started.
#37
I hate all these chemicaly fed chickens, who knows what troubles they are storing up in your body for the future. Give me a rabbit anyday, (not the French ones though). Nothing better than getting up early morning, out withe the lark and bagging a lovely fluffy tree killing rabbit or two for tea, hardly a chemical in sight. :whistling:
#38
I eat processed food most of the time,one of these chickens is a step up for me lol
#39
Serious question - are these free range ones?
#40
buy the chicken, eat the chicken.

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