Irony is the enemy of the post-modern left(tm)
I’ve seen this maneuver before.
Well, for one large birdie anyway.
And still angry at the camera.
We keep showing a baby, here’s one that’s 12 years old.
I love his look of surprise after he throws it away.
It scratches your head *and* you can chew on it. For birds, that’s the daily double.
Misha, the Meyer’s parrot that I posted on Friday, was so cute that I’m posting his new video from this morning where he’s a week older. (The Friday video was from last Monday).
He’s got more feathers, and he’s cranky.
Not mentioned: the hours of cleanup.
But mostly just makes a mess. This seems familiar.
The baby seems to really be listening, too.
Also he keeps trying to bite it, because he’s a bird.
There’s also a baby and a dog involved, briefly.
They’re adorable, of course.
It’s a male yellow-sided green-cheek conure, and he’s all over the place.
Pretty familiar to anyone with any parrots.
Letty’s specialty is meowing like a cat, but she does other things too.
Not entirely correct subtitles are provided, but you can try and figure out what he’s on about yourself too.
They’re bigger and feathery-er, so to speak.
I’ll reiterate the note to read the full description of the video before trying this on any birds one might have around.
I can’t quite make out what he’s saying, but he’s quite insistent about it.
One of them’s asleep, which is adorable.
He hops, he wrestles, he talks a mile a minute.
To crib a phrase from the comments, it’s insanely adorable.