Magicians Love Chickens and Rabbits!
At the conclusion of our local Mensa Kids Trek Magic Show, we presented the Amazing Bob and the Amazing Harold with these large rubber chickens apiece. They were delighted with their gifts, and the children and their families rolled with laughter. Thanks again, OTC, for all that you do!
January 22, 2011
Better than Expected!!!
I bought this for a wedding - a personal joke for the bride. It was the perfect size and we had many uses for it. Such as swinging them in the air, putting them on tables and/or in random places. It was a huge hit. And matched the exact idea we needed.
February 4, 2014
We used this for our CHICKEN CHUNKIN' GAME and it turned out great! The chickens are really thin though and they don't have any weight in them.
October 24, 2013
Body realistic...head not at all.
I gave it 2 stars because the body and feet are realistic...the head is bizarre and doesn't resemble a chicken AT ALL.
October 4, 2013
It's a rubber chicken, what's not to love?
Bought for chicken volley ball. You should try it sometime...
May 18, 2011
Great Game too
We use the rubber chickens as prizes, or as the game itself. We throw them for distance or as a chopstick relay. The kids attempt to relay with the chicken in between two rythmn sticks or chopsticks without dropping the chicken to cross the finish line.
June 3, 2010
A Pretty Cute Buy
I've owned rubber chickens since I was a small child and I must say I like this one quite a bit. Like all rubber chickens it's going to be floppy not stiff and all of them tend to be hollow. This chicken is not the most detailed rubber chicken, especially the head but I think its "Pac-man" like look is rather cute and endearing in an odd sort of way.
All in all I like it a lot already and for the price you pay it's a good quality rubber chicken.
March 19, 2010
these are the best prizes ever. you are crazy if you dont buy these. these are perfect for a school carnival. everyone thinks these are amazing!!!!!
March 1, 2010
I use these for my magic act and they are as advertised. I have had better ones in the past, but they deteriorated much quicker than the latest ones I purchased. Price could be cheaper for what they really are. These are just plain old fashioned rubber chickens and fun to have.
January 17, 2010
The chickens are inexpensive. Depending on what you use them for, they may be good enough. We used them for a rubber chicken relay. The first kid runs to the finish line w/ the chicken, then throws it to the second kid, who runs to the finish line. When all kids have made it across the finish line w/ the chicken, it's over. These chickens were good enough for that.
September 18, 2009