A guy with his chickens and some hens. Some baby ones too. One of them is a rooster and there's some old chickens. He's calling the chooks* in because it's feeding time. They'll go into their cages. He could be feeding them chicken food. We'll leave it up to him - wheat, corn, pellets. It smells of chook food and manure - smelly especially if it is wet. He can hear noises like "Cock-a-doodle do", "tweet, tweet, tweet" and "Bk, bk, bk, bkooook"
His name might be Bill (the twit) or not! Or Jose as he has short legs and a hat. The chickens are called Chick-Chick and Chook Chook. There could be two roosters - the one on the left is "Cock-a-doodle do" and the one on the right is "Red Rooster", or maybe "Cackleberry". The chooks might lay some brown eggs or some white eggs.
He's got something silver in his hand - maybe a portable phone. He's in a barn in the country, maybe Arabia. Or in the giggle house in Claremont**.
He found some lollies and he's been chewing on that. There's one man and he's doing all the work (and that's God). He's in a rush to get home to his wife and family - three children - Jack and Jill and Billy. (The storytellers then repeated with delight the nursery rhyme "Jack and Jill").
* "Chook" is an Australianism for chicken!
** The "giggle house in Claremont" is a slang expression for an old asylum.