Photo courtesy of Jeff Reid.
Toy bird cage found in Thailand.
Placidity is next to bady
The blue bird is the heartful of happiness
Unless it lays eggs there will be no bady birbs.
It will relax you… badly.
That’s the Spanish opera singer = Pacidity Domingo.
If you meet any baddies, have this ready to make them harmless.
Two vultures are at the airport, one is carrying a dead rabbit, and the other one a suitcase.
The girl at baggage check in, checks in the first vultures baggage.
Check in girl: “May I check in that rabbit for you sir?”
2bd vulture: ‘No. This is carrion.’
Why do hummingbirds hum?
Because they don’t know the words.
Heartful bird will give you an earful.
Your 15 minutes of placidity are over.
The singing will bring your ancestors back to life.
Maybe they meant, “relax you badly”
I wish the Welsh lady’s bowel had experienced more placidity.
This toy bird cage used to be part of the “Little Coalminers Starter Kit”.
Doesn’t sound like a bod idea.
Requires AAA bady-ries.
Some assembly required.
Alternatively, you can drink some lemonade and enjoy a moment of acidity.
– I Tawt I Taw a Bady Tat!
Does it vibrate?
How can I not be worried when the grapes next to the cage are growing upside down?
The upside-down ones are conquered grapes.
Remember the singing fish plaques from years ago?
@Lora + jjhitt. You are not by any chance, referring to the “rapes of groth”.
I wonder how yon bird tastes, roasted in a wine sauce.
Your hobby isn’t Linguistic Anthropology is it?
For you have just exhumed, the oldest joke I know.
They would have to use a blue _tit_ as the bird in the illustration.
I have bad memories of those birds poking holes in the milk bottles that got delivered daily.
@Marum | 4:54 pm: I’m sure I have older jokes buried in my memory. They will probably surface if the occasion seems appropriate.
BTW, I recall that the original joke was about bees humming, but had the good fortune to be in the presence of hummingbirds a couple of years ago. An amazing experience! I sometimes wonder why nobody has imported them into Australia. I wouldn’t try smuggling them; I doubt they would survive the journey from California..
@Marum | 4:49 pm: Mr Groth denies all such allegations!
PS. I was having a pun at Steinbeck’s book: The Grapes of Wrath.
@DnT Our birds know ALL the words. You shoukd hear what some of our Sulphur Cested Cockattos say. :blush:
Sulphur Crested Cockatoos.
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