Like its cousin the parrot, the cockatoo is a gifted mimic of other animals, able to reproduce not only sounds but also demonstrating a keen grasp of syntax. In this video, for example, a cockatoo is able, after only a brief exposure, to correctly respond with the phrase “Yeah, that’s what your mom said last night” in Pug.
Now check it, peeps, ’cause I got what ya like,
It’s MC NOM-TOM on the not-that-mic
With my kitteh deejays spinnin’ the sound,
Whirlin’ ya right round, down into the ground
You say my posse’s cute? Now, that’s astute
We charm the ladies and grab the loot
We’re a lovin’ achiever, a money receiver,
Got more gold than a golden retriever,
Makin’ you a believer in cat scratch fever
We’re on top of the sound, we’re the best around
At givin’ you what you need to get down,
So get your hips busy while we spin you dizzy,
Get your feet in a fury and your head in a tizzy
Techno to House, we’ll be spinnin’ it all
‘Til we fall on the wall, and then–WHUMP!–that’s all.
Pics taken by Heidi K., submitted by Matthew K. Mmkay?
Time once again to go “behind the scenes” to learn how Hollywood’s magical movie makers make their movie-making magic. This week, we “lend an ear” to classic sound effects: Did you know that every squeaking door you hear in those creepy old horror movies is based upon this recording of an angry Chihuahua?
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It’s official: With the registration of japanesebirdcookingspaghetti.com, all possible permutations of English-language words have been used to make Internet domain names, and we’ve reached the end of the Internet. Thanks for playing!
TRIESTE VISIER is the VISIONARY behind this photo and many others over at SkateboardingBudgies.blogspot.com
At this time of year, when families may or may not gather to possibly share in various unspecified sentiments of the holiday season, the Neutral family—Ben Neutral, Coco Neutral and little Charley Neutral—would like to take this moment to wish various persons viewing this message an Easter of some sort. Or not.
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