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Wednesday, 26 August 2009

If they could talk, maybe..........


Hey! Those aren’t for you.

What do you mean?

Yea, they’re for us smaller birds.
That’s right. Yer too big for that
Listen squirt. There’s plenty for all of us!

Yea; you tell ‘em woody.

Now, how am I supposed to get these little things out?

That’s the whole point. You’re not supposed to.

Beat it shorty!

Ha ha! Got one!

Just ignore them Maggy, and eat.


You won’t be so brave when my dad comes.


29 comments:

  1. Hahaha! Very cute....I can totally hear them talking to each other in funny little voices!

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  2. Thanks Kelly. A little nonsense for mid week :)

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  3. LOL...cute commentary Keith--and some great shots of your feathered friends!! Good to see you are having fun with your blog!

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  4. Been talking to yourself again!
    Great dialogue & pics mate. FAB

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  5. Brilliant Keith. I nearly fell off the chair laughing. It just needed the voice of Johnny Morris which is how I imagined it as I read through.

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  6. That's cheered me up, even forgot my trench foot for a while.

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  7. Oooo, the Pigeon and the Magpie will be for it when Dad gets here...

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  8. You certainly have a way for story-telling, Keith.

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  9. Thanks Dixxe. Good to have a bit of fun occasionally lol

    Cheers Frank. I’m the only one that don’t answer back :)

    Thanks John. He was a great character wasn’t he.

    Glad to be of assistance Adrian lol

    Thanks Rob. A right pair of bullies them two ;)

    Thanks Emma. Thought it might brighten a dull day. Pouring with rain here.

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  10. Oh, they can talk, all right. And your translations are right on!

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  11. Some folks might say we're crazy!
    I find myself talking for the birds and squirrels all the time. wOOt!

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  12. Well that certainly cheered up a grey, wet and very miserable day Keith and put a smile on my face. Lovely photos throughout :)

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  13. Thank you ShySongbird. It's been pretty dull here today. I reckon that's it for summer :(

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  14. That was a funny story.
    I saw something similar, a movie, a few days ago on National Geographic Wild with "talking" animals .... it was funny too.

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  15. Some of them certainly chatter a lot sometimes Keith.

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  16. Thanks Andor, glad you enjoyed it. :)

    Roy, thanks. I do wonder sometimes just what they are saying. :)

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  17. Hilarious and lovely photos Keith. Thanks for brightening up my night shift mate :-)

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  18. Very funny. I`m exhilarated.

    Now serious, I think you hear them!!

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  19. Thanks Jen :)

    Cheers Nick. :)

    Marius, thanks. I think we can all hear them; if we listen carefully. lol

    Bhavesh, thank you. :)

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  20. Very good commentary. I must listen carefully, I'm sure Woody at me for shooing him away.

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  21. Wonderful time. I love the picture with birds. Congratulations. I have done a few. They express freedom. http://costin-comba.blogspot.com/2009/04/libertate.html

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  22. Thank you Costin for your comment, and for following. Appreciated. :)

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  23. It's funny, Keith. Through my mind's eyes I see the birds twisting their heads and looking at one another with that a bit strange look from bellow, you certainly know that type of look. Thanks for the rendering! :-))

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  24. Thanks Petra. Thought I'd have some fun with a few pictures. :)

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