Our expert says:
It's called a pecking order. In a bunch of chickens, the big rooster pecks the next biggest rooster when he feels bad. And that rooster pecks the next one, and so on down through the hens. They don't snarl at the people who have caused their problem ( maybe they're scared to do so ) but at the most harmless person around. Don't take it to heart, and next time he growls at you, picture him as a big rooster, with his big red comb flopping, and packing away at the desk.
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