Aaaaw, you're afraid of birds? You wouldn'tfraid of my Charlie, I'm sure. ;p
It depends I (ok, cannot write I plus f for some reason!)
i plus f, he took to me. The problem I ...i plus s when they get nervous around me and then i get nervous. I think id be better now, but yeah haha like twice this happened where the bird just flies away i think, so i just said screw it!
Post by vacantalleyways on Apr 4, 2016 20:32:08 GMT
budgie? that's what that means haha
Awe! So many things to say! Nice voice! The accent was sortof how I imagined it, voice is different but I like it! yes, Charlie is one for attention! I am amazed at how he can talk wow! Like, I thought it was the tv (or telly? lol) at first. Um..hehe yeah He's very cute. Doesn't fly huh? Oh, that spontaneous chirp was cute too!
Um, ok tbh, I missed a bit of what you said (just, not 100% use to following the British accent yet, but getting much better...uh...thanks to Benny Hill! omgsh, I swear I heard you say this, but I don't think you did. You were talking about some costume party.) Omgsh! So I like I was just thinking of the English actresses that I love (cuz I tend to prefer the non-American actresses...and British in particular.
fact 30something. Kate Winslet and Rachel Weiss are my girl crushes (oh, there's more. I can't remember right now though)
Um, but other than Benny Hill, I haven't really heard much male British actors speaking (I'm sure I'll realize it after I send this maybe, but idk.) So...oh, and well now I hear that "youngin'" girl from Harry Potter...love that voice....ok, but back to topic. Now I can say I've heard a true male British accent (or whatever.) ohhh yep! I take it back now!...ok, well, not exactly an actor (I think), but there's LazyDreads. lol
Anyway, cool! And I like Charlie! But...did he like ever keep you up at night? How long have you had him?
Erm... he was nervous for a day or two but he was like 12 weeks when we got him. I've worked from home the whole time I've had him so he's really tame as far as I go.
Aaaw, yeah, pets can break your heart lol. There was a story here last year about a budgie that escaped and was found floating half a mile out to sea by a dive boat ... he was rescued and they managed to reunite him with his owners. Very lucky little bird!!
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