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charley chicken's 'hood: koklokrom
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He's the freakiest fowl that you could ever meet. His full name is Charley Koku O'Kuko Chicken and he's a friend for all. Charley Chicken has feathers but he says he is not a chicken. "After all," as he says, "how many chickens do you know that can read and write?" Charley Chicken is one of the best friends you could have!
Sir Basil was one of Charley Chicken’s early ancestors. Basil was an adventurer and discoverer, who led an exciting though brief life. Being born with big brains, he is famous for many famous innovations and finding new ways for Chickenkind to do old things. Sir Basil was the first and last son of the Great Original Rooster, and the whole Charley Chicken family is descended from him.
Old Blue Cock & Spring Chicken
Old Blue Cock was so used to staying by himself. Now his worst nightmare was coming true. He was going to have a house-guest. Not just a guest, his nephew, Spring Chicken was coming to live with him! Hmmmph! Old Blue was quite upset. "Just for a few months..." they said!"Dear Springie is not too much trouble, apart from his wild sense of humour". Old Blue just thought to himself that if "Dear Springie" played any of those alarming practical jokes, he'd send him back to his own house, whether his parents had returned from their eggs-pedition or not ...
"Ay Oga"! "I beg don't come give me wahala here o!" Charley Chicken had a cousin called Oga Akuko, because he called everyone else "Oga" himself. Oga Akuko also said he was from Faraway like GeeKnee Fowl, but it was the other side of Faraway from where GeeKnee came from. Even if he was very plain-spoken and quite loud Oga Akuko is a very pleasant person when you get to know him. Charley Chicken was looking forward to taking Oga up on his offer to take Charley Chicken to visit his Faraway home.
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. . . and of course, there's poppycock
When some frightened fowl was running around telling everyone that the sky would fall on our heads, it was Professor Poppycock who finally calmed everyfowl down. He explained how the sky falls on our heads every minute of every day, but that it doesn't hurt one bit.
On this egg-site, Professor Poppycock pops up himself once in a while to remind us to never stop learning, even when we are not in school...but if you just can't wait for the Professor to pop up, just click here and you can help Poppycock with his riddles and puzzles and other brain-twisters!