In the British hamlet of Cadbury, there lives an extremely special, extremely expensive breed of chicken. These chickens have been bred to subsist on a diet of chocolate, creme, coca-cola and sunshine.
The first thing one notices about these chickens is their iridescent purple plumage. The second thing is that they they are the happiest chickens in the whole world.
The Cadbury chickens get to roam free in a 50 acre pasture where things like Saturday night screenings of the Muppets movie are a common occurrence. The chickens enjoy a routine that includes dancing, singing, arts and crafts, as well as yoga and meditation.
The chicken’s strange diet, along with their optimistic outlook, allows them to produce over 100,000 Cadbury creme eggs every year.
The Cadbury mini eggs, are of course, produced by the mini chickens.
Sugar, sugar, sugar and a bit of crack cocaine.