Perhaps you’ve seen Cut’s “100 Years of Beauty” videos that depict the styles of women and men around the globe throughout the decades. A farm-inspired parody produced by digital-media website Mashable takes on the iconic fashion of—you guessed it—a chick! This video had us rolling, but one thing’s for sure: the chick is the same yesterday, today and forever.

Happy Friday, folks!



Rachael Dupree is the former managing editor for Our Site. She grows food and medicine on her 50-acre farm near Lexington, Kentucky. When not out working her land, you can find her in her kitchen not following recipes, on her yoga mat in a satisfying pigeon pose, or exploring the world’s nooks and crannies. Follow her on Instagram @rachael_dupree.

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