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Last Post 16-12-2011 5:06 PM by  Gillie & Terry
Philip!!! Thats NO way to speak to your mummy!!!
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05-12-2011 11:26 AM

    Heeeeeeeeeeeheheheeeeeeeeeeee! I dont know WHERE he got it from!

     

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    05-12-2011 11:57 AM
    Not to keen on swearing birds, and would not encourage people to train them to swear. But guess sometimes if they are rescued its hard work to stop them, or train them to change the words.
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    05-12-2011 12:05 PM
    Anne, have you still got Philip? And Tumble for that matter? Or did you have to let them go for your health?

    As Chris says, when you have rescue birds, they don't always arrive with the best manners. They still need love nevertheless.
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    05-12-2011 12:16 PM

    yep and I know there is plenty of love for the animals living at anne's

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    16-12-2011 2:46 PM

    we bought a new bird home on monday and he name is ***** i took ***** to bed with me went stright under the duvet he was loveling it under there well my hubby came up to get in to bed ***** came running out after him i have never seen anyone fly out of bed so fast as my husband did i just could not stop laughing ***** came right back under the devet and then kept bobbing his head out to make sure dennis did'nt get back into bed i just couldnt stop laughting bless you ***** you are a sweetheart xx

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    16-12-2011 5:06 PM
    sorry Kim, should have warned you about that one lol
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