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887 clicks; posted to D'awww » on 14 Jan 2021 at 2:50 AM (4 days ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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4 days ago  
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4 days ago  
Birds are cool. I once had a cockatiel I taught to say "Here kitty kitty kitty".
 
4 days ago  
"Go away, birb. I'm busy dreaming about steak"
 
4 days ago  
Bird dog, meet dog bird.
 
4 days ago  
Keep it up, feather face.
 
4 days ago  
Looks like a White, or Umbrella Cockatoo. I'll check with Mrs McSordid, because she's had a cockatoo.
 
4 days ago  
The look on the dog's face: "Oh hell, is this my life now?"
 
4 days ago  
We had one that used to make toilet flushing sounds.
 
4 days ago  

spiralscratch: The look on the dog's face: "Oh hell, is this my life now?"


*snert*
 
4 days ago  
Unlike the pupper, I was amused.
 
4 days ago  
I knew someone in college who had a parrot that would say "Oh shiat, cops!" anytime the doorbell rang. This was difficult to explain to visiting parents.
 
4 days ago  
My conure didn't make any cool noises but he did love beer and would land on your hand to steal some straight from the can or if you had it in a glass it was even better. He had brand preferences too and if it was one he liked he would be really aggressive with his theft. Like any good drunk though he wasn't picky and if he had to settle for licking a bottle cap he'd do that too.


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4 days ago  

TwowheelinTim: Birds are cool. I once had a cockatiel I taught to say "Here kitty kitty kitty".


CSB:
First day in my first house (always apartment dweller).  It's 6:30am on a Sunday, I'm leaving house to go back for more junk at apt, and hear "Help, I've fallen and can't get up!"  I race across the street and start banging on the door.  30 seconds later, and very disheveled lady who clearly just got out of bed answers the door.  I apologize and explain that I heard someone in distress.  She opened the door wider to revel a Gray Parrot named Larry, who's previous owner taught him that phrase because he thought it was funny.  I was relieved, she was annoyed.  Yeah, bird is dead now, but lady is still an annoying brat.
CSB
 
4 days ago  
Our parakeet would imitate our guinea pigs.

"neep,neep,neep......"
 
4 days ago  
I do like the dog's "see what I have to put up with?" look.

One of my parents' former dogs was a major barker.  Such that the ravens in the area mimic that specific dog's barking.
 
4 days ago  
" i wish i never taught that feather duster to speak dog"
 
4 days ago  
I lived in Mesa, AZ in the 90s. The birds could imitate every kid of cellphone ring and a few car alarms. Funny.
 
4 days ago  

edmo: I lived in Mesa, AZ in the 90s. The birds could imitate every kid of cellphone ring and a few car alarms. Funny.


Friend of mine grew up in a neighborhood with several nesting mockingbirds. One of the neighbors pissed one of them off and it started mimicking his car alarm.

At four AM.
 
4 days ago  

xxBirdMadGirlxx: edmo: I lived in Mesa, AZ in the 90s. The birds could imitate every kid of cellphone ring and a few car alarms. Funny.

Friend of mine grew up in a neighborhood with several nesting mockingbirds. One of the neighbors pissed one of them off and it started mimicking his car alarm.

At four AM.


There was a mockingbird nesting near the parking garage at uni, it would imitate the car alarms all day and late into the night "woop woop woop, sqwak sqwak sqwak, weet weet weet...etc." It would do the whole routine
 
4 days ago  
There has been a mockingbird around our neighborhood for a long time (if it is the same bird).

He does car alarms, but there aren't that many car alarms around here, so he mainly does construction sounds, especially the back-up beeps. I hear him fly around and then call from different parts of the neighborhood, like he's patrolling.

The main thing I hear is when the bluejays come home for the evening. There is an almighty squawking that goes on for 15 or 20 min as they all tell each other about their day and warn off any rivals. I don't mind them; they clean out my gutters.
 
4 days ago  
How about a barking cat?

Barking cat gets caught! (ORIGINAL)
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