Have you ever noticed a purple chicken popping up in your social media timeline?
If not, will probably be solely a matter of time earlier than this bizarre little fellow is as acquainted in your feed as a thumbs-up.
Trash Dove, a Fb sticker which has shocked social media in Asia, is the cartoon child of American artist Syd Weiler.
The Florida-based illustrator drew the chicken in September 2016 and subsequently created a set of Fb stickers in January 2017.
Trash Dove appeared in varied guises that individuals might use as emojis, the preferred one exhibiting the chicken vigorously thrashing its head up and down.
Inside every week, it had racked up four million views, and a military of followers.
After its reputation was picked up by information channels in Thailand, Weiler posted a thank you video on her Fb web page:
“Hey Thailand, thanks all so a lot on your assist. I am actually glad that you simply just like the stickers.”
Nonetheless, not everyone seems to be a fan. There’s a petition to ban the chicken from the web by these fed up with seeing its purple bobbing head.
However what does it truly imply? Effectively, who is aware of? Maybe its ambiguity is among the causes it’s so common.
And if you have not noticed Trash Dove but, concern not. The purple chicken is bobbing its means around the globe to a Fb web page close to you.
By Rozina Sini, BBC’s UGC and Social Information Group