You’re probably living under a rock if you haven’t heard these terms: Pokémon. Pokéstop, gym, Pikachu, hatch, and egg cycles. These all refer to the latest gaming craze: Pokémon Go. Pokémon is a Japanese title which means Pocket Monsters which first invaded the anime country in 1996. From there, the Nintendo-owned franchise expanded into video games, TV series, TV films, soundtracks, and even a musical.
The goal of this latest inception which is Pokémon Go is for a player to use PokéCoins to buy Pokéballs, which are needed to catch Pokémon. The tagline is “Gotta catch ‘em all!” so your aim as a player is to, well, catch all the Pokémons or pocket monsters. The Pokémon Go app uses your mobile phone’s GPS, real-world locations, and augmented reality so a Pokémon can appear on your screen when you ‘point’ your phone at Pokémon locations.
Okay, that seems to be enough Pokémon talk for now, but what can you say about these hilariously unique ways that some people are using to hatch Pokémon eggs? Check them out:
1. Attach your phone to a safety vest. Worn by a chicken.
Basically, a player needs to walk a specific distance to hatch eggs in Pokémon Go. But what if you don’t want to walk around waiting for the eggs to hatch? How about strapping your phone to a chicken who’s actually wearing a safety vest?