Transcript of Cooked chicken (sentient)
- As you place the raw chicken in the endlessly burning fire, you can't help but think you have done something awful. The meat cooks perfectly.
- As you devour the perfectly cooked chicken you can taste its bitter disappointment at the end it has met.
- In a misguided, emotional move, you tell your cooked chicken your deepest, darkest secrets. You panic and consume the chicken to silence it forever. It tastes of stern judgement.
- Fearing the repercussions for the creation of this poor foodstuff, you realise you need to hide the evidence. No one will ever know.
- You can't find it in your heart to drop the helpless chicken here. You decided it is best for both of you to eat the poor thing. It tastes begrudgingly grateful.