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Chicks With Steve Buscemi Eyes: Easter Edition

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You've seen Chicks with Steve Buscemeyes.

You've seen Chicks with Rick Scott's Eyes.

You've seen that Florida's government is totally cool with the silly exploitation of helpless baby chickens.

In the spirit of the above, Cultist proudly presents Chicks with Steve Buscemi's Eyes: Easter Edition.

(Yes, of course there's a GIF.)

Standard, ornery, Buscemi-eyed chick.

Coy, flirty Buscemi-eyed chick with a come-hither stare.

Horrified Buscemi-eyed chick discovers the remains of his family.

Stealth ninja Buscemi-eyed chick. He is always waiting.

Happy birthday, baby Buscemi-eyed chick!

"Oye, mami, you need a lift from a Buscemi-eyed chick?"

A brood of Buscemi-eyed chicks.

Buscemi-eyed BFFs, judging you.

Wrong holiday, Buscemi-eyed chick! Are you high?

Buscemi-eyed baby dressed as chick / Baby Dinosaur doppelganger.

Cheeky Buscemi-eyed chick. (I think he likes you.)

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