ATTENTION. THE BEAUTIFUL WHITE COCKATOO HAS RECEIVED A QUESTION. EVERYONE LOOK AT THE BEAUTIFUL WHITE COCKATOO.
Marv, there is no link to your ``favorite musician'' - just a blank white square. Can you give more precise directions please?
I was also surprised to learn that Maynard required bathing; I had always assumed that birds, like cats, bathe themselves. Or is Maynard unusually delicate for a cockatoo?
I will pretend I did not see the reference to the unimportant grey object.
Cockatoos exist for three reasons. To be admired. To be squeezed. And to make dust. We grow it in tiny feathers on our backs and spread it around so that even when we are gone, there is a lovely residue to remind you of us. And when we make more dust than we need, a primate comes and sprays us with the hose to make room for more.
SOMEBODY SPRAY THE COCKATOO WITH THE HOSE! AND THEN LET THE COCKATOO SHAKE ITS FEATHERS SO YOU GET A SHOWER TOO!
Cockatoos are beautiful. But they also like to share.
Here is a video.
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