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Man shares vodka with bird

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by loslobos

submitted December 27th 2013

69 comments
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Don't drink so fast, why was he Russian?
4 years ago
Been sipping the eggnog there, Bw?
4 years ago
Jager & Cider, eggnog is for breakfast.
4 years ago
Coincidence, I'm doing Jäger. No cider tho. You mix them or drink seperatly?
4 years ago
couple of Jager,couple of cider, rinse & repeat.
4 years ago
Heading for a good night. To answer your question (if it was a question) he's russian cause he speaks russian (?)
4 years ago
Jäger is a poser's drink. Fact.
4 years ago
Reply
4 years ago
Fail
4 years ago
Bah.

Jäger = poser.
4 years ago
Sometime in the far future, when you grow up, you'll understand.
4 years ago
How to become boring and bitter like you? No thanks
4 years ago
Yes, I'm sure you'll remain young and edgy (and phony) forever...


Good luck with that.
4 years ago
Sounding like Akameldon there Sprinks.
4 years ago
Tis the season....

Where you been?
4 years ago
Sober.....
4 years ago
For good, or saving your energy for new years?
4 years ago
Reformation
4 years ago
Right on , Zeke! Hang in there!
4 years ago
Oh I'm drinking now. It's not the new year yet.
4 years ago
Come back to that comment on new years then
4 years ago
No
4 years ago
Perfect
4 years ago
Raven and Crow are two different birds.. dumbass..
4 years ago
and which one is that?
4 years ago
* xzekiel whistles jeopardy tune *
4 years ago
Crow, a raven has a tail that is fanned.
4 years ago
And a thinner beak
4 years ago
Crow's have a tendency to be feral towards humans and other animals whereas Raven's are very skittish.
4 years ago
Nice googling skills
4 years ago
that didn't even make sense
4 years ago
No it did not
4 years ago
It does to sober people.
4 years ago
fe·ral


/ˈfi(ə)rəl,ˈferəl/


adjective

adjective: feral



1.


(esp. of an animal) in a wild state, esp. after escape from captivity or domestication.
"a feral cat"
4 years ago
It's for you Zeke..
4 years ago
What magawd said.....
4 years ago
Ok, feral was not the best choice of word, crows are not easily shooed off from a foodsource and will hold their ground if they have to.
4 years ago
But both species are social in nature and honor their dead.
4 years ago
both are smart as fuck
4 years ago
Fucking right they are
4 years ago
I generally do not like birds as pets but I wouldn't mind having either.

no plantshit
4 years ago
There is a vid on here of a crow helping a cat fight another cat.
4 years ago
I'm uploading a vid about the intelligence of crows now actually...
4 years ago
Cool.
4 years ago
ever see the one where the crow makes a hook out of a piece of wire and uses it to retrieve a piece of meat in the bottom of a bottle?
4 years ago
it's in a lab , but the fucking thing made and used a tool
4 years ago
it's in the vid, yeah
4 years ago
I found this on the origin of the word Murder, I think everyone already know this but.. a murder of crows
-This more poetic term for a flock of crows can be traced back at least to the 15th century, when it was recorded as a murther of crowes. Murther is a variant of Middle English murthre 'murder,' though the th sound had begun to be replaced with a d around 1300 C.E. There are several theories as to how this particular term came about, but all of them have to do with the supposed behavior of crows. For instance, crows are scavengers and therefore often seen feeding on rotting bodies of various sorts. Survivors of wars have described how the battlefields were covered in black as crows (and ravens) came down to eat the dead. Another theory hearkens back to old folklore which told of groups of crows essentially holding court over members of their flock that had committed offenses. If they decide against the "defendant" crow, then the rest of the flock swoops down on it and kills it. There are legends outside of the Germanic culture that relate to crows being judges over people as well, and how their appearance is an omen of death.
4 years ago
There's a video of crows in Japan, that's main source of food is walnuts, but cracking there shell is too difficult to break, even when dropping from a height. So the learned to drop them on the road for cars to crush them, but next to pedestrian crossings. so there's less chance of being hit by a car. Clever shit.
4 years ago
Please see Zeke's most recent sub KURUPT.
4 years ago
I do know, however, that the behaviour of ganging up on one crow (which does not necessarily have to be the weakest) is real. In Swedish, it's called "kråkriksdag", roughly translated as "crow parliament". it is a brutal event. There is some general squaking, but there is no clear target. Suddenly it starts and all of them jump on one crow, picking at it until it is dead, literally tearing it to pieces.
4 years ago
This is the first sub i saw when i logged on. I saw this on a show called natures weirdest events, about a year ago.
4 years ago
Hrm.. Ravens are part of the crow species so smd
4 years ago
are you sure they are the same species?
4 years ago
"Family"
4 years ago
just family?
4 years ago
Thry are both birds.
4 years ago
I saw this one vid where the crow bent a paperclip and hooked some food out of a tube or something along those those lines.
4 years ago
it seems that all birds are class aves
4 years ago
No kidding?
4 years ago
it seems that the classification of birds is quite a contentious issue.
4 years ago
That guys downright generous with his vodka. He gave the bird all that was left.
4 years ago
So what did barret get banned for?
4 years ago
What? Don't tell me that my sweet lipped baby is banned!
4 years ago
Alt accounting
4 years ago
What a dumbass
4 years ago
I'd drink with that Crow.
4 years ago
In Mother Russia, even the crows are alcohol addicts!
4 years ago
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