Many people in Taiwan raise chickens in their backyards, including some amateur farmers who are always worried that something bad might happen to their beloved “pets.”
To support his argument, a Canadian recently posted Twitter some screenshots earlier post by a poultry farmer’s son who shared some tips on how to protect chickens from being crushed by durians.
The twitter user wrote with a smile: “This is really Taiwan! That’s really going to kill me!”
The original Facebook post on Wednesday included a photo of some chickens wearing helmets with the caption: “Every year, my grandpa’s chickens are killed by durian, so I brought him a gift this summer.
However, as the last photo of the post revealed, even a chicken wearing a helmet can’t avoid a durian’s unexpected “attack.”
“Unfortunately it didn’t really make a difference,” the post read.
The twitter user reposted the comment and wrote: “This post on Facebook is killing me. It’s so Taiwan.” Besides, he also thoughtfully translated the original post from Chinese to English, which attracted over 1,300 likes and 520 retweets in less than a day.
This post on Facebook is killing me.
It’s so Taiwan..
For those of you who can’t read Chinese, it says that every year his grandfathers chickens are killed by falling durian, so he made some helmets for them.
Unfortunately it didn’t really make a difference.. pic.twitter.com/GazyUw6y6K
— Josh Ellis (@goteamjoshphoto) July 22, 2020
Many commented on this story: “I’m dying,” while another said, “OMG, this is both hilarious and sad.” Another commented: “Happily, Issac Newton was not born a Taiwanese, or the law of gravity may never have been discovered.”
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