17 October, 2007

Anti-chicken


So I was wondering today about anti-chickens. Immature as it may be, I still find it funny whenever people are talking about antibodies and say things like "IL-8 goat anti-chicken". So it set me to wondering what an anti-chicken would be like. In physics, an antiparticle has exactly opposite properties of its corresponding particle, e.g., electrons and positrons. So, given that the defining properties of chickens include:

1) Feathers
2) Beak
3) Wings
4) Tastiness
5) Eggs

Then it would stand to reason that an anti-chicken would have neither feathers, beaks, nor wings, and would taste terrible (or taste so good that regular chicken would then seem to taste horrible) and definitely not lay eggs. Hence the sudden germane application of the doodle above (was drawn about a year ago on statistics notes).

Note: Eventually I intend to start doing a weekly nerd cartoon on this blog.

1 comment:

Opa said...

You write very well.