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Completely random and unexplained thoughts...

Posted on: February 21, 2011 9:43 am
Edited on: February 21, 2011 9:47 am
 

Did you know that 90% of all species of birds are monogamous?

Really, 90% keep the same sexual partner for life?

Wow, good for them.

But that makes me wonder about the other 10%...

Are they a bunch of playa's? Do they go out clubbin' looking for one-night-stands?

Is there a bunch of ho-bag females that fly around looking for males alone in a nest?

Are there pimp birds that keep a bunch of hooker birds for these non-monogamous males?

Is there a Heidi Fleiss type bird for the more famous birds like Toucan Sam or Daffy Duck?

Maybe not.

But it kinda makes you wonder.....

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Since: Mar 26, 2008
Posted on: February 21, 2011 4:28 pm
 

Completely random and unexplained thoughts...

Good Stuff Ktopp.  Keep the blogs coming.  But how easy would it be for a bird to "cheat" on his mate?  I swear honey, I though it was you, she parts her feathers just like yours.

Thanks for the history lesson Warpy.  Hahahahahahahahahahahaha  Classic.



Since: Nov 16, 2006
Posted on: February 21, 2011 3:59 pm
 

Completely random and unexplained thoughts...

Now I know why they call u Warped. Wow, funny funny stuff my friend!!



Since: Aug 13, 2007
Posted on: February 21, 2011 3:42 pm
 

Completely random and unexplained thoughts...

Good stuff, ktopp!  I may have to rip off this idea for my blog, tho most of the premature emissions from my keyboard there will likely be of the subatomic physics and/or hockey persuasion; I'll keep it tuned here for the birds.Tongue out

Speaking of birds, more evidence that they evolved from dinosaurs: pale ontologists have discovered fossilized remains in Mississippi that they have named Hattiesburgus Favreis.  It is believed this bird was part of the 10% you mention above, and courted mates by flashing their junk to prosepective females.  It is also believed that their mushroom shaped appendages were inefficient at delivering sperm, thereby leading to their extinction when the Studdus Aaronrodgersis arrived on the scene.  The last known Favreis sighting occured in Metrodomus Nonroofus, slightly west of what is now Wisconsin.



Since: Jan 9, 2007
Posted on: February 21, 2011 12:35 pm
 

Completely random and unexplained thoughts...

I'm glad completely random is back.  I've missed it.  Glad to learn about something I wouldn't normally think about.  I forgot today is a "holiday" so no challenge.  I miss my near daily wit sharpening excercise.



Since: Nov 16, 2006
Posted on: February 21, 2011 9:50 am
 

Completely random and unexplained thoughts...

I haven't done one of these in a while so I thought I'd bring it back for a test drive. Let me know what you think....


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