>>7366182 Well quarter chicken doesn't really explain itself so I can see someone being legitimately confused about that. It's not like you can cut chickens into 4 even pieces. Generally it's a breast + a drumstick Add back in a thigh and wing and you have the half
>>7366271 Some people care a lot about what part of the chicken you get, i.e. which two pieces you get out of four. At most places that serve chicken in halves however, it really doesn't matter, it's all the same shit.
What I don't get is how popular wings are in America. Why do you want more bone than chicken? Drumsticks are far superior and easier to eat.
It means it was a half-chicken half-human. Quarter chicken is quarter chicken, quarter night douchebag douchebag, half human. Both racial archetypes have limited flight abilities and a natural -2 will save modifier in addition to other racial modifiers.
>>7366176 Saw this "soul food" place yesterday, called them today and asked if they were opened. She said "we can start something right now but we're closing, what do you want?". I asked "how much is a full eight piece chicken?" and she told me the price. Got there, waited 15 more minutes for it, paid, got home, it was 8 chicken legs what the fuck
I just bought something called "chicken breast quarter" from Sainsbury's. It's composed of a breast and I think a wing. How the fuck do I eat it? I pull things away from the breast and I see lots of little bones. Plus I'm pretty sure there's a feather, is that normal?
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