Operations Manual for the Series 3000 Aviatronic Sortulator

Step 1: Rotate whoovular crankshaffle to prime initial electrobulation relays;


Step 2: Engage coffee clutch clockwise until orbital tweetwheedle reaches optimum rotational velocity;


Step 3: This will initiate the sorting process. Please be patient, as the process may take an indefinite amount of time.

Comments

  1. Must resort to ancient law: Watch the Birdie.

  2. Theresa says:

    Personally, postings like this always activate my electroblobular shmoofurfulence.

  3. fleurdamour says:

    I think this is actually how Twitter works.

  4. JenDeyan says:

    Rotate your owl around until you break new ground!

  5. Can’t. stop. watching. the. owl. twist.

  6. Leilani says:

    I LOVE that disgruntled look on the owl’s face!

  7. Leilani says:

    Me, too!

  8. Bashful says:

    We rotated this raptor FOR SCIENCE!

  9. Rotate your owl for SCIENCE!!!!

  10. Our Pilates instructor is trying to get us to twist our bottom halves from side to side whilst keeping our top halves still. I hope she doesn’t see this video, or else we’re screwed (literally).

  11. this is hysterical. it’s even better when it’s read out loud. *loves*

    WEEEEEEEEE!!

  12. Theresa says:

    How often do you have your raptors rotated?

  13. Theresa says:

    Let me tell you, it’s a great skill to have. :mrgreen:

  14. Once a year is optimal, but sooner if you find they have an annoying squeek (or squee).

  15. StormCat42 says:

    LUV the hover-text sound affects! You just know I had to sound them out… LOL

  16. lisaLASSIE says:

    See, this is what happens when we farm out instructions to those in other universes who don’t speak our earth language properly. I was doing fine with the directions until step 2. The printed directions says “clockwise” but the actual part in the film is going counterclockwise. I say bring our product instruction manuals back to our own planet!!!!!