posted on Feb, 12 2008 @ 09:38 PM
What a happy crowd here at LN!
Yes, thanks, missa I'll have some of your coffee.
Truly, Whaaa...sip sip sip...parrots can outlive their owners...the smart ones, that is...the parrots being the smart ones. If you looked at those
owners' obituaries, you would find out that they had met with an untimely demise.
You see, the smart parrots learn how to cause household accidents...sip sip sip...like stringing a line close to the ground, whereupon the owner
trips...bang...another parrot thinks he's about to rule the roost.
So the owner is gone, but parrots are not really all that smart afterall. They don't realize they're trapped inside and need a human to provide for
their needs. Plus, they don't know how to dispose of the body, so all they can do is fly around the house till someone investigates the missing
owner. That's when the bird calls out, "Poor Fred" awwwk "Poor Fred".
Whereupon the bird is assumed to be sad, in need of human attention, and is given to a new owner, starting the cycle all over again. Why, I know of a
case, where one bird outlived five owners! And that's why parrots must ultimately be set free.
is it just me or is everybody sitting around naked? Oh, it's me?...scusa...