What is the Secret to Loff Everlasting?

Primping and combing and fluffing and spiffing him up and letting him wear his favorite old gray sweater with the patches on the elbows.

Fave Flirty Frame:

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“Hi Cute Overload! These are my birds, Tina and Alex. They have been together for 15 years and still love each other as much as the day they met. Here is a video of them in the midst of an adorable make-out session!” –Annika H.



  1. Stressfactor says:

    I love the couple of moments where the birds look at the camera as if to say: “Do you mind?!”

  2. omg. adorable.

  3. marthava says:

    I thought James Bond was going to photobomb their, em, “session” at any moment.

  4. They are two boys. And one is named tina. Whoops!! Cute though.

  5. Aww so cute and they are so in Lurveee!

  6. whawhawhatsis says:

    And the music is so perfect, too! (“The Man I Love,” by George Gershwin)

  7. *Arrrccckk* cute Dirty Birds .. One frame almost looks like “Get that camera outta here .. Can’t you see I’m busy “…

  8. *clutching pearls* At least they have the decency to blush!

  9. So glad to see a posting with feathered friends.

  10. Luuuuuuv Boids !

  11. Luv, luv, luv ‘Tiels!

  12. Leilani says:

    Cue Barry White!

  13. Ack so cute! I have two boids that also “love each” (i.e. they try to make babies all the time 😦 ), but they never cuddle sweetly like this!!! In fact when they’re not in baby-making mode, they are rather prickly with each other. I guess every relationship is different…

  14. Also did anyone notice… One bird is doing all the work. Sad! I guess relationships can also be like that ;0

  15. Not a whoops in my mind!

    Lovely : )

  16. Punksterman says:

    Nope, not two boys, not if they are that age. The gray one is a clear male and the lighter one with the mottling to the feathers has to be a female – males lose that “spangled” coloring at their first molt, before they are a year old.