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Raw Chicken Good

My son has some strange eating habits, but it keeps him happy.  His favorite meal used to be the fat that we cut off of our steaks.  I know it’s not supposed to be good for him, but he really likes it.

The other day we accidentally found a new favorite food for him, raw chicken.  I was cutting up boneless skinless chicken for some Chicken and Marshmallows  and unbeknownst to me one of the strips fell to the floor and he found it.  I noticed it in his hands, but thought he was smart enough not to eat it and since I really enjoyed playing with slimey things when I was a kid I let him keep it.

I turned my head for a second and the little carnivore took a bite.  Oops!  I snatched the rest of it away from him and I ran it under the water to get the dog hair off and then I cut it into bite-size pieces so he wouldn’t choke.  That was a close call.

I hope chicken goes on sale again soon because he’d eat this everyday if he could. 

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September 29, 2006 - Posted by | Humor, kids, parenthood, parenting

13 Comments »

  1. Raw chicken can carry all sorts of bacteria:

    http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dbmd/diseaseinfo/campylobacter_g.htm

    Comment by Concerned | November 30, 2006 | Reply

  2. Concerned,
    It’s been two months now and his diarrhea has finally stopped. The good thing is that he’s been able to keep his weight down to a trim twenty-five lbs. The cost of the diapers has been the only downside… that and the smell in our house.

    Comment by linusmann | November 30, 2006 | Reply

  3. WOW…I know somebody who has been eating raw chicken for years. I mean NOT as a meal. While this person is perparing it, this person will take several bites.
    This has been happening for almost 30 years. Thank GOD they never go sick. Now with bird flu begin to scare the world – I am more concern.

    Comment by Jan | February 10, 2007 | Reply

  4. Jan,
    Wow… back at ya, my son hasn’t really eaten raw chicken, I think that stuff can kill you.
    Thanks for reading.

    Comment by linusmann | February 13, 2007 | Reply

  5. Now that is funny…I’ve heard immodium works.

    Comment by Dave Bannister | May 1, 2007 | Reply

  6. Dave,
    Thanks for stopping by. Come back soon… with your screenplays.

    Comment by linusmann | May 2, 2007 | Reply

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  8. My good god are you the babysitter from hell? Not only have you let your child eat somthing from the kitchen floor but raw chicken no less. I just cant get over this, Please if there is anyone else stupid enough to do this I beg them to eat it first and wait to see what happens before you try to kill your child with it.

    Comment by CT | September 27, 2007 | Reply

  9. CT,
    Have you read ALL the comments? Hint, hint; look at number four.

    Thanks for reading!

    Comment by linusmann | September 28, 2007 | Reply

  10. Haha.

    I love how most of the people who replied have no concept of irony. I thought it was pretty bloody funny.

    But then, I’m a raw chicken eater.

    Comment by reeeeeeeeeebecca | January 31, 2008 | Reply

  11. i ate some a few days ago and im fine it was only a small piece but no diarrhea .

    had bout 3 times it today and nothing so far 🙂

    Comment by fine | January 9, 2009 | Reply

  12. Most chicken in the US is chlorine washed… haard to get sick from it, I ate a half raw piece and nothing

    Comment by The Dude | February 24, 2009 | Reply

  13. i just ordered some sfc and ate 2 pieces of 6 they was ok took a bite into the 3rd it had blood in the middle i have kept it in a container iof i get sick im reporting them to the food standards agancy and im never ordering from those dirty fucks again

    Comment by paul | September 12, 2009 | Reply


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