One thing I love about my teenage sons is how they always find the funniest YouTube videos for me to watch. You have to see this parrot. I laughed so hard, tears were streaming down my face.
Take a look at Gutsy Parrot.
This would be the perfect pet when you don’t have the guts to tell someone to “shut up.”
Do you have any fun pet stories or videos to share?
Elizabeth Bradley says
Nothing to top the gutsy parrot, but my dog is now 11 yrs old and has finally learned a bit of English. Several people witnessed him calling me "Mama" on several occasions. It's something else to hear your terrier call you Mama!
A parrot talking with a broad Australian accent.
Gosh – how annoying to live with this one!
Very funny and very cool. LOL
Renie Burghardt says
Funny for sure! I don't have anything to top this one. I do have a white possum that comes and climbs up on the ledge by the window, to get his hot dog treat every night.
Have a great weekend!
PS. I have been trying to send you a friend request on Facebook, but there are several Sonia Marsh's and am not sure which one is you. I see your Facebook badge. Maybe that will help.
I will have to show this to my son who also finds me all the funny you tubes. Thank you for visiting my blog. I will be following yours. I love what you did…..moving to an island to leave the rat race. Wow! Sounds like heaven to me.
So glad you found me! I'll be back.
This parrot needs an agent…he should be in a movie!
That's awesome! Birds are so smart. I had a bio teacher who specialized in aviary sciences and she had all these great stories about birds.
My friends have a bird who says "good bird" in a very pleasant tone when they come home or give her treats, but says "bad bird" in a very angry, annoyed tone when she is put in her cage or is ignored when she wants attention.
Gramma Ann says
That is funny. No I have nothing to contribute. I am going to post this in "The Fun Room" blog. I love it.
LOL. I love funny animal videos and this one was good! Thank your boys for the laugh! 🙂
Kit Courteney says
I've heard that on TV, but never in real life. My terrier would NEVER be able to say, "Mama."
This parrot would make the perfect companion for an old person living alone. Perhaps my mother-in-law?
I shall click on your Facebook. I'm sure I'll find you. Thanks.
Glad I found you too. I agree. The parrot needs an agent, as long as he doesn't say, "I'll kick your arse." That might be OK in the U.S., where he has an Australian accent.
That must be fun to hear the bird.
Glad you love the video as much as I do.
I read the comments to my sons as they come in.
I wonder what a parrot living in my house would say!? Afraid to find out!? HA!
My Three Sons says
I seem to have MANY family members showing up unannounced everyday. I will take two of the second parrot!
The story is told of a foul-mouthed parrot with whom the owner could do nothing.
Thinking a positive change of environment might be good, she took her parrot to the local minister, as a form of "counseling" for the bird.
The good pastor got absolutely nowhere with the miserable parrot. Finally in total frustration, he threw the parrot into the freezer.
A monstrous blue streak of the most horrible language exploded from the freezer — then suddenly stopped.
The minister, fearing he had harmed the bird, opened the lid of the freezer. The parrot hopped out, settled on the mans are and apologized extensively for his ill-mannered behaviour.
His concluding words: "If I may ask, sir, what did the turkey do to offend you?"
I always wanted a parrot because the thought of a pet who can talk is a great thought..but these guys live forever and the thought of having responsibility for them that long is not good- neither is it good when they scream..but they sure are neat to look at in someone else's care!!!! :-))
Yes, I wouldn't like to hear what it repeats at my house.
@My Three Sons
Having two sounds like a back-up plan.
Loved that joke. Poor parrot.
Poor parrot? Poor turkey!