Saturday, June 09, 2007

Don't you wish your pet could talk?

This bird is awesome and you can tell he much he is loved. There were some more cute videos of him if you want more. :o)click here


flutter said...

We had a green parrot growing up, his name was rodney and he was a total bastard!

super des said...

I've always wanted a parrot.

My cat does talk, he just isn't very good at English.

Courtney said...

When I started playing this my own bird started to pay attention. Solomon says, "you okay?" a lot, but he won't tell me he loves me. :(
He also tells me when it's 'night night time'.

This boy sure is a sweetie!

Sometimes Saintly Nick said...

Alex, the cat who owns me, does talk. However, he demands that I learn to understand “cat language” if I am to understand what he says.

MsLittlePea said...

Flutter-I'd love to hear about the little bastard!

Des-Of course cats talk! Peanut talks too but with the British accent he got from his mom and the Cajun accent he got from his dad-I can't understand a word.

Courtney-I forgot you had a bird. So you'll never forget when it's night night time-that's good. Don't you think this lady's voice is perfect for teaching a bird to talk? I've never even had one and when I found this video that's the first thought I had.

Nick-I saw on a documentary about cats that when they narrow their eyes at someone it's sign of wanting to be friends. Does Alex do this a lot?

Laurie said...

What a cool bird. I sent the link to my son, I'm sure he will get a big kick out of it.

We had a Myna for a couple of years when I was a kid. He belonged to a friend of the family who went overseas for awhile and couldn't take him along.

His name was Otis and he used to say "Laurie, I love you." He learned to swear from one of my dad's poker buddies and he could mimic my mom perfectly.

He was a real joy to have around (except for the swear words, which didn't make my mom very happy).

thethinker said...

I have always wanted a parrot!