By Anonymous / Tuesday 13 August 2013 16:51 / Canada - Galt
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  ILoveMyArm  |  15

Wait, you guys are talking about how painful it would be for OP? Imagine the torment the poor parrot would have underwent, breast milk tastes horrible without sugar! Not that I have, um, tried it or anything..eheh.

  Somefruits  |  24

@ 39, birds are lactose intolerant anyways since they aren't mammals, so milk is bad for them no matter what. Not to mention there's no suction with a beak!

  geekchick88  |  17

46 - Many mammals are lactose intolerant as well. It develops when they are weaned. In fact, humans have had to evolve the necessary enzymes to break down lactose because dairy wasn't a part of our original diets.

  Somefruits  |  24

@ 96, yes, I know, there are still many cultures in developing countries where the adults are lactose intolerant. It's pretty cool how that happens. I was just pointing out that it would make the bird sick since birds never drink milk at any part of their lives (crop milk doesn't count of course, since it's composed of seeds). :P

By  ManInTheMachine  |  19

The parrot probably didn't help the situation. I imagine he probably taught it to say:

"Thirsty for mommy's milk, BAUURGH!"

In which case you should teach it to say something back, like "My brother (and boyfriend, apparently) has the brain of a carrot!"

  CallMeMcFeelii  |  13

That's an insult to carrots. Those bastards are geniuses. They grow underground to stay out of the weather. Potatoes just wanted to be copy cats and jump on the trendy train.


Today, I had a box full of crickets in my room. I sealed it up with tape and went to take a shower. When I returned, I found that the box had popped open, releasing almost all of the crickets. I can still hear the chirping. FML

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