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 Post subject: Kapustin/Raillery with Parrot's Attack!!!!!
PostPosted: Wed Dec 23, 2009 9:57 am 
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Found this funny video here :
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=on0nww0p ... r2-2r-3-HM

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What a hilarious find! That pianist must've really been in love with that parrot to let him make such a nuisance of himself. I'd get rid of the creature at first chance (better yet, never bought him to begin with :wink: ).

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sarah wrote:
What a hilarious find! That pianist must've really been in love with that parrot to let him make such a nuisance of himself. I'd get rid of the creature at first chance (better yet, never bought him to begin with :wink: ).

Here, now, you sound no animal lover :shock:

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hahahah ... I spit up some coffee ... let me go clean up now! :lol:

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HAHA, parrots for a change (enough with cats, they bore at last) :lol:

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Just imagine the mess it could leave on the piano!! :shock:


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techneut wrote:
Here, now, you sound no animal lover :shock:


Love animals, have had a very bad experience with a parrot. :wink:

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sarah wrote:
techneut wrote:
Here, now, you sound no animal lover :shock:


Love animals, have had a very bad experience with a parrot. :wink:


do tell ....

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Oh, my... :lol: My (former) piano partner had four birds, one of which was some sort of large African parrot. I was at her house rehearsing one day when she had him out and let me hold him on my finger while she located some misplaced music. She came back to find a very pecked me flying through the house with the bird in pursuit! Since then I have staunchly refused to have anything to do with bird folk. :D

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RSPIll wrote:
Just imagine the mess it could leave on the piano!! :shock:


No kidding! :shock:

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hahahaha sarah ... At least your trepidation has an explainable cause ... I'm just leary of birds in general.

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nathanscoleman wrote:
hahahaha sarah ... At least your trepidation has an explainable cause ... I'm just leary of birds in general.


Been watching Hitchcock lately? :lol:

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