1950s: Skinny chicks. 2012: Chicks, drugs, and big breasts Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google+ Email April 07, 2012 Chicken in the 1950s: Chicken today: Those Perdue chickens don't have breast implants. What's in their diet is in yours, too. Diet & Health Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google+ Email Comments Sarah H.April 8, 2012 at 12:36 AMThanks, Averyl! When compared to the picture of the chicken you posted it's really shocking! I have't bought a regular chicken (versus organic and free range from a local farm) in a while. The typical chicken is so round. Chicken's aren't supposed to be round, are they? I'm happy to see that the chicken I prepared this week was more like the one in the 1950's ad. It was shaped more like a football than a basketball, which makes sense if the chicken got to move and eat real food!Happy Easter or Passover!Sarah H.ReplyDeleteRepliesAveryl Hill, M.S.April 8, 2012 at 4:51 AMThank you and the same holiday wishes to you! I used to say that I celebrated any holiday that involved eating as a part of it. I've also been eating organic "football" (like the analogy) shaped chicken for many years. I used to believe that "plump" and "juicy" had to go together but the non-obese birds can be just as delicious and juicy.DeleteReplyAdd commentLoad more... Post a Comment Comments are now closed on Outdated By Design which was retired in April of 2017. I am leaving my blog archives online. If you need to reach me please use the handy contact form. Thanks!