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The Origin Of The Phrase "Guess What Chicken Butt"

(Image Link) Ask a little kid "guess what?", wait for them to say "what?" then reply "chicken butt" and watch their face light up at the absurdity of what you just said, either that or they'll yell something like "you're not funny!" and storm off. Kids are weird, which is why they're likely to repeat the phrase "guess what? chicken butt" after hearing it for the first time, spreading it through the schoolyard like a linguistic flu bug.
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Simon Whistler looks back at the origin of the phrase “Guess what chicken butt” in an episode of his always fascinating series Today I Found Out. Although the episode is mostly light-hearted discussion of the phrase, it does include...

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