missapplecheeks:

Boomerang is really starting to laugh!

I want to go to there. *touch the kookaburra*

reallyepicstuff:

I find this very funny
"The Galah is an Australian bird, easily identified by its rose-pink head, neck and underwear, though the latter has an unfortunate tendency towards skid marks and may appear completely brown due to a heavily fruit-based diet. It has a paler pink crown, which was originally made of pink sapphires but more commonly these days they keep those in a bank vault and use QVC diamonique, causing some experts to question their traditional reputation for being the most stupid creature not yet extinct. They also have a grey back, wings and undertail which they think means they can merge into a crowd of pigeons without being noticed. Unfortunately their habitat contains very few pigeons and the cats are not fooled. In the United StatesIn the United States, these birds become “Rose-Breasted Cockatoos” and are sold for around $2,500 to unsuspecting people who don’t realize they’re just damn galahs. “

reallyepicstuff:

I find this very funny

"The Galah is an Australian bird, easily identified by its rose-pink head, neck and underwear, though the latter has an unfortunate tendency towards skid marks and may appear completely brown due to a heavily fruit-based diet. It has a paler pink crown, which was originally made of pink sapphires but more commonly these days they keep those in a bank vault and use QVC diamonique, causing some experts to question their traditional reputation for being the most stupid creature not yet extinct. They also have a grey back, wings and undertail which they think means they can merge into a crowd of pigeons without being noticed. Unfortunately their habitat contains very few pigeons and the cats are not fooled.

In the United States

In the United States, these birds become “Rose-Breasted Cockatoos” and are sold for around $2,500 to unsuspecting people who don’t realize they’re just damn galahs. “

Reblogged from reallyepicstuff

Anonymous asked:

Is it true that the anatomy of a bird is comprised of 80% poop, 10% fluff, 5% cute and 5% loudness?

askbirdbloggers answered:

Anatomy of bird depends heavily on which type of bird you are considering. Some birds are comprised almost entirely of poop. Some almost entirely of fluff. Some have a much higher percentage of loudness. Almost all would argue that cute deserves a higher percentage, though it does overlap with fluff, so that could be part of the reason for this misconception.

Some of these items are directly related, e.g. fluff and loudness are frequently inversely proportional. Some would also argue that you are over generalizing and some of these should be split into more specific and informative categories, e.g. “Fluff” into sleep, cold, or cuddles, “loudness” into “HUMAN YOU HAVE DISPLEASED ME” “I AM BIRD HEAR ME ROAR” “LOVE ME” and “WHAT A SPLENDID DAY TO BE ALIVE” and poop into “I’m sorry, I had to go” and “if you think I didn’t poop on that just to spite you you’ve got another think comin’.”

I hope this helps, and please let me know if you have any other questions!

—Katie

Einstein the tiel
15% poop
40% cute
25% fluff
20% loudness

Bruce the caique
30% poop
30% biting
20% loudness
20% cute
0% fluff

Indiana the galah
10% poop
60% cute
20% fluff
10% loudness (THIS WILL CHAAAAAAAANGE)