There is such a wide variety of birds there is one that most exemplifies each of our personality types. So if you could put your essence or being into one of our fine feathered friends, which lucky foul would it be, and why?
a pelican - cuz, its beak can hold more than its belly can! and that is exactly how I am, lots of talk, always taking on more than I can handle, but a strong flyer and I make people smile.
I would be a Blue Jay.. they are a team on the rise and the starting major league salary is over $1 million
Hummingbird. Always flying around nonstop, hittin' on the sweet stuff.
Am currently a lemming, but intend to do something about that. All it will take is one really good idea and I am due.
I'd probably be one of those annoying seaguls that wait until toursists are entertained watching the ocean waves and fly by quickly snatching their sandwich!
ooooh...I can't just pick one. I would be EITHER a Cassowary because they're dangerous or a Snowy owl because they are stunning and peculiar at the same time.
A Solomon Island Eclectus. Very intelligent, more so than even me apparently.
Just like you -- colorful and fun loving!
Me, I would be an eagle. I'd love to be able to soar to the highest tops and still be able to focus on 5 different points at the same time.
But would you have the heart to feed on this?
@ Klara -- you mean nuts?!? lol
@ Ralwus -- oh, thanks for another hub idea -- many ways of preparing and serving squirrel brains!
A sparrow - the most successful bird on the planet that seems to adapt to any environment and thrive. I also like they don't appear to give a shyte !
Ewww Ralwus, how did we get so far off the topic? lol
Oh, yeah, if I could be a bird........ Either a hummingbird or a majestic eagle. But never a pigeon ick, dirty birds....
Yeah Mate... A Chinese Goose Berry!!!
Which is what they were called before they became known as Kiwis
I'd like to be a pelican, cos it's beak can hold more than it's belly can.
The most beautiful sight is watching a Pelican take off fully loaded.
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I thought this was a tongue in cheek question when you made what I guess was a typo with "what kind of foul would you be"
...hmmmm....let me think....a crow....they are smart....or a raven
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