My partner and I are always fascinated with the biggest of everything. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that we also love thinking about big cocks. Now, what may surprise you, however, is that we do not mean a part of your body, but actually mean big roosters.
1. The World’s Largest Cock
The world’s largest cock once strutted his stuff in front of adoring fans at circuses in Texas. Called His Royal Majesty Rex-Goliath, he stood proud and tall weighing in at 47 pounds.
2. The World’s Largest Comb
Chickens use their combs to cool themselves down in the heat. Therefore, it is not surprising that the largest combs are found on Mediterranean breeds. Since they do not have a partner to cuddle with, these roots are very susceptible to frostbite.
3. Running from Its Poop is no Small Task
The average rooster produces over 45 pounds of poop each year. Therefore, if the chicken is kept cage, cleaning up the poop can almost be a full time job.
4. This Gigantic Cock with the Protuberant Red Head
Cocks come in over 72 different colors. While no one knows for sure if cocks recognize each other by their color, scientists do know that roosters see colors better than humans.
5. This Seductive Cock Begging to be Petted
Chickens can be very tame. In fact, some chickens love to have lullabies sung to them and will often fall asleep when placed on their backs.
6. This Immense Cock being Judged by Two Men
Many chicken breeders love to show their big cocks off to the judges. One of the largest shows in the United States is the Crossroads Poultry Show at the Indiana State Fairgrounds in Indianapolis that regularly draws over 8,000 chickens.
7. This Heavy Fat Cock
Various people try to claim they have the heaviest rooster. One of the heaviest is Big John who lives in on a farm in England. He loves to be petted by children who feed him popcorn.
8. This Outlandish Cock Looking Droopy
Many roosters lose their tail feathers. Young birds generally molt two times before they are six months old often resulting in a very ugly looking bird. Since feathers are 85 percent protein, cocks that are losing their feathers should be beefed up with extra protein.
9. The Don’t Mess With Me Chicken
While many breeds of chickens love to be around people, there are some breeds that would just as soon be left alone. One of those breeds is the Yamato Gunkei Chicken that was bred for many years for cock fights. These fighting genes still stay in this breed of chicken.
10. Terrifying Cock You Would Not Want to Be Alone With
Czubatka Dworska roosters have been around since the Middle Ages. Their crest of feathers is often so large that one cannot even view their comb or their extremely compact earlobes and wattles.
11. World’s Thinnest Cock
While this rooster is definitely taller than the average man’s dick, this long and thin rooster does not seem to have much going for him in the looks department.
12. Cockfighting Takes on New Meaning
While cockfights have been a popular pastime since at least 524 B.C., these roosters are fighting naturally. Cockfights often result in death in under five minutes.
13. Come to Me Baby
While roosters are totally quiet for the first four months of their lives, they usually make up for it with their annoying early morning vocalizations later on in life. Roosters often crow to let their lady friends know that food is available.
14. Roosters Make Wonderful Roadside Attractions
Many people are naturally drawn to roosters. Therefore, some communities have capitalized on this idea. You and your partner might want to take a trip to Marietta, Georgia, where you can see a 56-foot tall fowl complete with rolling eyes and a moving beak sitting next to the Kentucky Fried Chicken.
15. Roosters Make Unusual Pets
While you may believe that roosters belong on a farm, some adventurous people choose to keep them indoors. Of course, you must be willing to put up with their smell, their pooping and their ability to destroy almost anything with their feet.
16. Stand at Attention Please
Roosters and hens have played an important part in many world religions. In Indonesia, big cocks are tethered to family members during funerals in hopes that any evil spirits will enter the cock and not the family member.
17. Get Along Cowgirl
While no cock is big enough to actually ride, people love to Photoshop pictures of people riding cocks.
18. Double Action Cocks
While the single comb is the most popular comb for roosters, there are nine different types of combs. One of the most unusual is the buttercup comb that is found only on that breed.
19. Seeing a Big Cock
Cocks come in all different sizes. The ones that most people are familiar with weigh about 10 pounds. One of the largest breeds are the Brahmas that are called the King of the Chicken Breeds.
20. Do the Cock Dance
Since the 1950s, many people have enjoyed doing the Chicken Dance. While chickens may not dance, they move at speeds up to nine miles per hour. The longest recorded flight of a chicken was 301.8 feet.
21. The Hairiest Cock
Many chickens have an immense amount of feathers. In fact, nearly three billion pounds of feathers are plucked from animals each year. Researchers at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln have created a way to turn these feathers into thermoplastic.