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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Nickthebassist, May 20, 2005.
She must have tried to suck it the up the vacuum.
Funny you should say that.......the aprrot that that happened to is sat on my knee, presently trying to destroy my jeans.
The what with the who?
Oh come on, you know... the smae way I'm is sat in my chare rite now, is typing this to yuo.
'another, doesn't this thread hurt'
man, i make myself laugh sometimes.
Well, there's no blood so I'd say no. Looks like a love peck. If one of those things really bit you, you'd be in serious trouble. I've been bitten by one of those grey red-tail ba$tards over at a friends house 10 years ago. U can still see the scar now.
And he didn't even talk.
Great "pwned" picture.
Well that parrot wasn't "Pining for the fjords"
true Nick, a Macaw can easily remove fingers from an adult hand if'n it felt the need or want...
BUT, a properly hand trained and domesticated parrot would be just touching a person... feeling the little fleshy bits. My old Ivory Conure use to nibble my nose and ears all the time.
I cannot believe it died over 20 years ago
the last few visits, I've been becoming friendly with a Sun Conure at the local shop.
Wow, there must be easier ways to satisfy your parrot's desire for phlegm...
Parrots rule. A friend of mine in high school had an African Gray that was around 30 years old. We taught it to sing Metallica songs.
A bird just like that one bit my friend when he worked at a pet store..he punched it. You can still see a scar, and he doesn't work there anymore.
Well that's no big surpise, was it his decision or theirs?