I think this is a photo of Count Manadnock and Chuckley Shortbus… at least, I think that’s who it is, but it could be Fraulein Maria. Or Boomerang. Heck, it could be Stumpy McMuffin. The ISO Browns all look alike to me.


  1. Dani @ BJJ Santa Monica says:

    I love their names and the fact that you’ve named them all. They seem very calm for having a camera so close to them.

  2. Diane @ Title Loans says:

    I always get confused. So are hens also chickens, but called hens because they’re male?

  3. Tahsina says:

    I really do like the calm atmosphere, and the way both hens are positioned.

  4. Diane @ Title Loans says:

    Duh-I knew that about roosters and thanks for the clarification. Anyways, great picture!

  5. Great photo of the hens. A sense of calmness to them and I like the one in the back peeking his head out like he wanted some camera time.

  6. Sophie says:

    How are the chickens doing? P.S : Can you help me make a new email address?

  7. Sara @ Walking Tours Rome says:

    I love all of those names, too cute! Do they ever answer to them? ;)

  8. Kayla @ Online Furniture Stores says:

    The one in the back looks like it is giving you the eye. Makes me chuckle.

  9. June @ Therapist New York says:

    Chuckley Shortbus? Is that really the name of a chicken? I love it! I think chickens oftentimes look, well…dumb. But this picture makes me feel like the chicken is thinking about the outside, longing to be free.

  10. Karen @ SEO Los Angeles says:

    I look at this picture and all I can think of is that those feathers are what my pillow is made of. Think this that I might need some more coffee so I can stop thinking about my pillows.

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