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Just had Price's Chicken Coop for Dinner

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As expected, I can barely move now.

 

Sweet lord that poo is incredible. 

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i hear they serve Price's Chicken Coop in Heaven.

 

 

that is some good junk

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i hear they serve Price's Chicken Coop in Heaven.

 

 

that is some good junk

 

If they don't, then I don't want to go. 

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i love how absolutely so basic that place is. its a brick building with a counter and they give you food in a freaking box. lol

 

but totally delish

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I've never had it but always wanted to.

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I don't like fried chicken all that much.

 

But I like Prices.

 

Not sure what they do to their chicken, but its phenomenal.

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I seriously feel like I'm high.  If it wasn't so bad for you, I'd eat it seven days a week.  

 

Had a piece of their perch too, not bad at all.  

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I've never been impressed by it. I've had it multiple times too.

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If Price's was in NYC, Brooklyn Bully would eat it 5x a week.

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