OK, I’ll admit it – I’m up for a bit of humor and frivolity these days. And as a fan of Iceland as well as Ragnar and the gang on “The Vikings,” I’m grateful to Orkinpod for introducing me to a new mythic creature, the fearsome Viking Chicken (shudder).
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