Basically, this is what this post is about:
Do I need to go on? No? Cool. Here we go:
2. Elephant Seal
4. Cat and Bearded Dragon
This is Charlie, the sweater wearing parrot.
Charlie was a neglected pet who had plucked out his feathers, according to the BBC.
The charity’s co-ordinator, Rebecca Blagg, began knitting the eclectus parrot sweaters after the U.K. bird charity Safehaven rescued the poor bird in 2007.
“He was the worst we’d ever seen. He was literally like an oven-ready chicken, he was that bald,” she told the BBC. “He was so cold without his feathers, he was shivering.”
Since being nursed back to health, Bagg has said Charlie has become so accustomed to his multitude of sweaters (He has ones in green, blue and peach and brown ones) that he becomes quite angry and agitated when he’s not wearing one.
“Knitting’s not my forte and I’ve never knitted for a parrot before,” she said. “But he seemed to like it.”
Polly wants a beat? The owner doesn’t need to go to clubs because their bird can drop a mean dubstep beat. This bird might be the next Skrillex.
This bird shakes his tail feathers to a dubstep beat. This video might be only five seconds, but it does not fail to entertain. He definitely knows how to get down and jiggy with it. Yes, I just used the term “jiggy with it.”
As if there weren’t enough people in the world judging you, now feathered creatures are doing it too. Looking into the camera with a look that seems pompous yet sophisticated, it’s pretty clear this bird is not impressed with what its seeing. In fact, I think he even raised his eyebrow at one point!!
Yikes! This poor bird must have picked up something on its journey because it looks like it’s under the influence. Doing donuts and then face planting on to the ground, there’s clearly something wrong .
I really hope it isn’t a new strain of influenza. Let’s just cross our fingers and hope that this pigeon is just drunk.
This home video perfectly describes my friendship with my former roommate. Whenever I was suffering from chronic boredom or had excess energy, I’d trespass into her bedroom and bug her for hours. At first, it was just silly but soon I began testing her patience. She insisted that she never got annoyed with annoying people because she grew up with two rambunctious younger brothers. “You could never beat them,” she bargained. It was like a test. And thus, I Animorphed into a creature quite like this bird. The dark period in my life proved two things 1. Give up on a lost cause early or else you’ll be the crazy person trying to annoy a roommate by dancing in costume 2. Sabrina has a will of steel.