I hear Hitler.
Fortunately we have both a young priest and an old priest on speed-dial.
|Corpus Delectable |
I too live in suburbia with clipped wings. I am ever moments away from precisely this kind of breakdown.
That's a pretty good "Mars Attacks" impression.
GODDAMN YOU I DIDNT READ YOUR COMMENT
can i still feel original?
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious |
Cockatoo week please.
Your wish is my command on this particular occasion.
"Mars Attacks!" cockatoo. 5 stars.
I mean "Ack ack ack, ack ack ack ack!"
Ged off the whoop-whoop crag woo lig crag!
Let's go, Vera! Woot woot school, Vera!
Cockatoo freak-outs can be pretty epic. If you think you may experience one in person, be sure to bring earplugs.
In Australia, they're considered crop pests. Of course, in Australia, they're probably eaten by the giant spiders so their populations are kept in check.
how about COCKATegory?
It's like the crazy rhubarb lady got reincarnated as a cockatoo.
I don't think I'd ever be a pet person, but I remember reading that birds (particularly parrots) are intelligent enough that you can easily train them to do things but are also intelligent enough to quickly grow bored of doing those things. So, if I were to get a pet, it would be a parrot.
My family had a yellow-naped Amazon parrot (the green ones). From what we read, they've got the symbolic reasoning skills of a 3-year-old. The problem was that they usually pick one family member to "mate" with, and get REALLY jealous of everyone else. They can also live to be 100 years old or more, so it's best to get one that's probably been around longer than you and then live alone.
I've got the living alone part down pretty well.
|Binro the Heretic |
In the 80s & 90s, we had a great used record shop here called "The Sound Box". I would go there practically every week.
The owner had a salmon-crested cockatoo, a caricature of whom appeared on the store's sign. The cockatoo would sit on a perch behind the counter, occasionally saying random stuff. Every now and then, it would hop off the perch and go outside where it had another perch by the door. It would sit there for about five minutes, like it was taking a break, then hop down and come back inside.
The guy sold the place in the late 90s. He and the bird packed up and moved to California.
He's introducing Idina Menzel.
Am I the only one who heard Admiral Ackbar several times?
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