Email This Post HomeKrittersMercedes Chicken Commercial Amy Vansant September 26, 2013 Kritters 4 Comments Mercedes Chicken Commercial should not be watched if you’re prone to giggles. This Mercedes Chicken Commercial had me giggling. Try it – bet you can’t keep your head perfectly still while your body moves. But I bet all your co-workers are watching you try…. The nerd in me has to tell you why (thank you OMG Facts): Birds can do this because they have extremely long necks that extend far and are usually shaped like an “S”. This allows them to keep their heads still while their body moves around and gives them the ability to “bob” their heads when they walk. This is all to keep their field of vision steady for a longer period of time. It aids in their ability to detect movement, which allows them to find tiny moving prey, and lets them know when something (like a predator) is approaching. Mercedes Chicken Commercial Video About Latest Posts Amy VansantAmy Vansant is a USA Today and Wall Street Journal Best-Selling author specializing in fun, funny fiction --- even the murder mysteries. Latest posts by Amy Vansant (see all) Win the Pineapple Challenge - March 14, 2019 Dog Sitting Stories, Interview, Giveaways and Deals - March 7, 2019 Special Collection 5 Novellas FREE + More, Giveaways - February 27, 2019 4 Responses Christian at Point Counter-Point Point Point September 26, 2013 That is a great commercial. It’s made me want to buy a Mercedes and have a fried egg sandwich for lunch. 0 likes Reply Suzanne Lucas September 26, 2013 Lmao, that’s impressive. I guess they never suffer from whiplash. 0 likes Reply Valencia October 4, 2013 I should not have been eating cereal and watching this. Now there is milk all over my computer desk from me laughing. 0 likes Reply Velvet Sparrow December 1, 2013 We never do this with our chickens, I tell you. Never. Because a chicken is not a toy. Well…actually they are the best damned toys ever. 0 likes Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Add me to Amy Vansant's Humor Newsletter!