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Last Post 24-05-2009 5:36 PM by  Helen W
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24-05-2009 1:34 AM

    Candi, my female eckie surprised me out of the blue today - she used to say a couple of words, but that all stopped about 4 years ago when she started laying eggs and being all hormonal. 

    Was washing the dishes today, with her on shoulder as usual, giving the odd whistles, when out of the blue I got a hello.....quite a surprise after 4 years lol could have knocked me down with 1 of her feathers!!


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    24-05-2009 8:28 AM
    ahhh bless her, who knows what words will start coming out
    geoffrey my cags first word was hello but in a very posh scottish voice, dont know where he got it from as i certainly dont say it posh and im not scottish lol?????
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    24-05-2009 5:36 PM

    Good for Candi! And as for Geoffrey, maybe he's been ringing someone over the border when you don't know?

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