Australia has had some freak hailstorms lately…And this #FrozenChook in Brisbane made the most of it.
Forget planking, owling and extreme selfies. A big internet trend has taken flight-and this one might ruffle some feathers. It’s called the Frozen Chook.
Some may consider it to be fowl, others may see it as poultry art form; either way, this NZ-Australian based phenomenon is latest internet craze grabbing the world’s attention. The term “chook” is often used in Australia and New Zealand to describe a chicken, so it’s only suitable. Like most trends, it’s easy to pick up and you can do it almost anywhere; assuming you’re comfortable being naked in public and you don’t ‘chicken out.’
How to pull off this master manoeuvre, you ask? It’s as simple as stripping down, hitting the deck in a curled up-foetal position, elbows in like the bird itself, and bottom against your calves so you’re mimicking the commercially-packaged poultry. Final step, is to take a snap and send it to the FrozenChook.com Facebook page to promote your selfless act in all its naked and simplistic glory.
Nowhere seems to be safe from the Frozen Chook. From the harsh tarmac of a road, the breath-taking landscape of New Zealand and Australia, to pathways of local chicken restaurants: These are some of the chosen settings for people who have bravely cast aside their clothes and adopted the frozen stance.
So what are you waiting for? Join the rest of the world as they strip off, perch themselves in random places and send their shot to the FrozenChook.com Facebook page.
Happy chooking everybody!
Now that the frozen chook trend is gaining momentum across the world, we’re starting to get some very creative submissions.
From rocking horses in the middle of New Zealand countryside ponds:
Jesus-style Frozen Chook floating on water:
Lovely flocks of free range Frozen Chooks taking one for the team in Frankton, NZ:
Some flame-grilled peri-peri #FrozenChook spotted within the doors of Nando’s:
And in meal deals over the counter:
Cluckinggoodviews of Frozen Chooks from all over the place; like @jezhichens from Instagram’s road cross in New Zealand:
#FrozenChook showing off on its podium – Godley Heads in Cantebury, NZ:
Couch Frozen Chook sponsored by Netflix:
Send your #FrozenChook photo to our Facebook page – FrozenChook.com
We knew it was only a matter of time before this new internet phenomenon made it’s way across the globe, past the gates of Australia and New Zealand…Here is some proof:
If you’re someone who has landed on this site from across the other side of the world – we want to hear from you! Send us a shout out and show as how the #frozenchook is being adopted on your land. Send your photo to the FrozenChook.com Facebook page.
How to pull off this master manoeuvre, you ask? It’s as simple as stripping down, hitting the deck in a curled up-foetal position, elbows in like the bird itself, and bottom against your calves so you’re mimicking commercially-packaged poultry. Final step, is to take a photo and send it to the FrozenChook.com Facebook page to promote your selfless act in all its naked and simplistic glory.
GSC radio producer and part-time nudist (he’s not really), Chang Hung got in contact with FrozenChook.com to share what he’s been up to around Auckland City. And what a marvellous adventure it was…
Fan of the frozenchook or just want to follow the latest videos? Visit the FrozenChook.com Facebook page