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It’s just not fair. Why can they eat all they want and not gain a pound?


Is it because they don’t have computers, electronic games, and televisions?


When you think they eat all the carbs available and it doesn’t even phase them, it’s just not fair. I was in this little town today and noticed these characters busy cleaning up the streets. Something is going on here? I’m going to get to the bottom of it. What makes this town tick? What drives them to put forth their best features every day? What is their vision? We’re going to find out! Soon!

8 Comments Add yours

  1. Hi Anna,
    This is a cute post! It would be fun to eat every 15 minutes. I don’t think I would get tired of it!! Jan
    I love chocolate so I know I’d pick that!


  2. Lona says:

    If I had to eat the things that these scavenger crows eat, I’d be skinny. YuK! 🙂
    Around here they fight with the buzzards for scraps. But regardless
    they are a pretty bird.
    I also like the new look of your blog. Nice!
    Thank you! I like a black background the best. I do not want bird scraps. I don’t like left-overs so I’m sure it would be difficult for me to be a bird.


  3. From what I know about birds (I have a cockatiel), they must eat every 15 minutes or die. Fast metabolism. Wish I had that problem! 🙂

    I would like to eat every 15 minutes but if my life depended on it, that would not be so enjoyable. We would get tired of doing nothing but eating.


  4. Racquel says:

    High metabolisms? 😉
    which I don’t have:(


  5. I like the slick new look of the blog–it complements the look of the bird, too!
    Thank you and it does seems to set the pictures off well.


  6. Hi Anna, this is my favorite bird the Tardus m. merula, we call it Koltrast and it is our national bird, great photos! / Tyra
    I thought it was really pretty too. The look of his black feathers change when the light hits them. You can pick up some blues and greens that kinda look metalic.


  7. Phillip says:

    Flying is a high energy input game – try flapping your arms for even a minute and see! But can they dance …
    I’m dense…it would take a good bit of flapping to get me off the ground. I would imagine that it would be a short trip if I was successful. Yes!, I’ve seen some clogging chicks in cowgirl boots and flowing dresses. They don’t have those in Wiltshire? Pity.


  8. deb says:

    They eat like bird
    For real?


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