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8.
To stay the course.
Bush: "We need to stay the course in Iraq."
Cheney: "Keep fucking that chicken."
by bangoskank October 09, 2009
 
9.
This expression became a term of encouragement after the following exchange in a live New York local Fox News broadcast at the end of the weather report.

Ernie: "It takes a tough man to make a tender forecast, Nick."
Nick Gregory: "Well, I guess that's me!"
Ernie: "Keep fucking that chicken."

The first line is a parody of a commercial for Perdue chicken from the 1970's, in which Frank Perdue uttered the tag line, "It takes a tough man to make a tender chicken." "Keep fucking that chicken" was the punchline of a joke of the same time about how Perdue did it.
Way to go, buddy. Keep fucking that chicken!
by s1729 November 12, 2010
 
10.
Encouraging someone to give you good results again.

Based on newscaster Ernie Anastos cursing to the weatherman Nick Gregory, after Gregory gives his weather forecast on 9/16/09. Anastos, in some playful banter to Gregory, said, "It takes a tough man to make a tender forecast, Nick." Gregory responded, "I guess that's me." Anastos then said, "Keep fucking that chicken."
Sharon: Here's that report you wanted, sir. I managed to find a way to save the company $1 million dollars.

Lucius: Keep fucking that chicken!
by dangergirl63 September 18, 2009
 
11.
A sarcastic statement made to humorously disparage a person's efforts.

Based on newscaster Ernie Anastos cursing to the weatherman Nick Gregory, after Gregory gives his idiotic weather forecast on 9/16/09. Anastos, in some mocking banter to Gregory, said, "It takes a tough man to make a tender forecast, Nick." Gregory responded, "I guess that's me?". Anastos bitingly, and hilariously, adds "Keep fucking that chicken!"
After the president pledged to spend billions of dollars to prevent encrypted communications, a voice was heard from the back of the press room: "Keep fucking that chicken, Obama!"
by Todamont September 27, 2010
 
12.
To sarcastically disparage a trite person.
The weatherman kept wearing Ernie out with his dull humor so Ernie finally said, "Great forecast, keep fucking that chicken."

Used by television anchor Ernie Anastos during a live news broadcast of Fox 5 New York.
by Ianok September 30, 2009
 
13.
1. To give one bad news in a tender manner.

2. Expressing with softer emotions
During some playful banter with local weatherman Nick Gregory, legendary New York broadcaster Ernie Anastos complimented Gregory, by saying, "It takes a tough man to make a tender forecast, Nick."

Looking confused, Gregory responded, "I guess that's me."

Without missing a beat, Anastos continued, "Keep fucking that chicken."
by Pete LL September 18, 2009
 
14.
A reference to a joke about a man going to a whorehouse.
Shortened version: A man goes into a whorehouse and says he's jaded and wants something completely different, so he's told to go into a room where he sees a chicken. He says, "What am I supposed to do with that?" He's told, "You're supposed to fuck it!" So he shrugs, takes his clothes off, and starts chasing the chicken around the room, but after 20 minutes, clawed, pecked and bleeding, he gives up. He walks out of the room and down the hall, where he sees a group of people looking through a window at a woman having sex with a donkey. "That's disgusting," he says. "That's nothing," one of the men says. "A few minutes ago there was a guy trying to fuck a chicken!"

Thus the phrase, "Keep fucking that chicken."
by Writer89 September 22, 2009