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Old 04-04-2015, 08:35 AM   #1
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How to shut up a parrot

Ray, an RVer from Omaha, travels in his motorhome with a talkative but foul-mouthed parrot. One day in a campground near Gila Bend, Ariz., the bird's swearing got to be too much. So Ray grabbed it by the throat and yelled, "Stop it!" But only minutes later, the bird was swearing again. The next day, the bird yelled so loudly that the couple next door in a big fifth wheel stopped by to demand its silence. Desperate, Ray locked the bird in a kitchen cabinet. But it didn't help: the bird kept right on swearing. The next day, the bird was even worse. So, as a last resort, Ray tossed it into his spacious Dometic freezer. After five minutes, all was quiet. Worried the bird could quickly freeze to death, Ray took it out. "I'm sorry," confessed the suddenly polite bird. "I promise to never swear again." Ray was astonished. He couldn't understand the change in attitude. "By the way," asked the parrot, "what did the chicken do?"

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Old 04-04-2015, 09:50 AM   #3
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LOL, great one!
Some of the most asinine things people do are typically preceded by the two words "Watch this".
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