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Bluffing is Funny

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LiveWire
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Location: California

Bluffing is Funny

Post by LiveWire » Fri Jun 17, 2011 9:41 am

so far anyway...

Naboo has been weaned for about three weeks now. A few days ago he started getting a little nippy and growling once in awhile. lol this morning he was strutting around the bottom of his cage pinning his eyes and grumbling. It kinda looked like a really bad interpretation of the typical male mating dance. Then he decided to take out his frustration on an innocent piece of squash and shredded it. Next was squawking that got boring quick. The next target was the keyboard. That did the trick. He is now for the moment snuggling under my chin and making happy bird noises. I think it is time to invest in a video camera :mrgreen:
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Gemma
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Location: Australia

Re: Bluffing is Funny

Post by Gemma » Fri Sep 23, 2011 6:51 pm

haha, my bird Benny bluffed like that. He would nip you and strutt around but then when I ignored him he would come up to me for a cuddle. They are very funny birds :lol:

CeCe.
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Location: Queensland, Australia

Re: Bluffing is Funny

Post by CeCe. » Tue Oct 25, 2011 8:28 pm

Aw I can't wait to get my blue IRN :3 I used to have 2 baby chickens that would snuggle under my neck and fall asleep when I was lying down. SO cute!

evaleen
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Re: Bluffing is Funny

Post by evaleen » Tue Oct 25, 2011 9:16 pm

aawwww... (makes you think "i'm happy i wast born as that squash..." lol)
definitely invest in a vedio camera! :lol:
Eva

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