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Man Gave Out Chickens On Halloween, Twitter Gets Hungry

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Growing up, I was obsessed with how much candy I could rake in on Halloween. I tried to fill my pillow case's coffer until it reached the same levels of loot as Scrooge McDuck's vault.

If I had received a rotisserie chicken instead, I'd be pretty bummed out.

Also, my parents were extremely paranoid about the prospect of me eating a razor blade hidden in my trick-or-treat goodies, so they probably would've cried foul and thrown the whole fowl out.

Now, if I received -- as an adult -- a rotisserie chicken on Halloween, like the ones distributed by Twitter user @boner_tricks, I would thank my lucky stars.

I'd be able to eat this for days.

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However, one Twitter user was pretty pissed off his brother received an entire chicken instead of a handful of candy.

Uh, don't you know that sometimes chicken is more precious than gold?

However, Twitter predominantly had one reaction to this Robin Hood of poultry: hot, steaming jealousy.

Lair wouldn't even be angry. You know what Lair would be? Full. Full of chicken, to be precise.

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Whoever is in charge of the laws and bylaws of Halloween's customs take notes. We're swapping candy with lean protein.

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Giving a person a chicken on Halloween is the emotional equivalent of proposing to your girlfriend while flying a plane.

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Blessings on blessings on blessings...

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Ooh, someone is extremely jealous. Sorry, but *Attempts Soup Nazi impression* "no chicken for you!"

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I'm sorry, but this sounds kind of sexual?

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When you wish upon a chicken, makes no difference if it's finger-lickin'... Never mind, I just got sued by Disney for writing that.

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Uh-oh, someone just brought out the ALL CAPS, SO SHE WANTS THE WHOLE CHICKEN AND NOTHING BUT THE CHICKEN, SO HELP HER, GOD.

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Wait, who has just corn for a meal?

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