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April 19, 2019

Joke: Man with a Talking Parrot Is Getting Married

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Parrots’ ability to mimic human sounds makes them a favorite pet by many animal lovers.

It is also one of the reasons for these talented and intelligent birds to be so hilarious. Here’s a joke about a parrot that will have you in stitches.

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A young man who owns a talking parrot is tying the knot with his beautiful girlfriend. On the day of the wedding he tells the parrot: 

“Now look here, I know you always sat in that window sticking your beak in. When me and my new wife get back from the wedding I want you to turn around and no matter what you hear I do not want you to turn back or I'll break your neck, do you understand?"

The parrot reluctantly agrees. On returning from the wedding the parrot turns around as instructed, and behind him, the bride and groom start to pack for the honeymoon.

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The wife, however, has packed too much, and they can't get the case closed. "Get on top and sit on it, baby!" says the man. The woman does so and grunts and moans but can't shut the case.

"You get on top baby it might be better," says the wife, so the man grunts and groans and tries his best but still can’t shut the case.

After a little thought the man says, "Okay, we'll both get on top and see if that's any better!"

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The parrot’s curiosity gets the better of him. He turns around and says, "Neck or no neck I have to see this!"

Now, that’s one naughty parrot!

In another awe-inspiring story, two parrots became celebrities in their own right after being featured on a morning show on Fox News.

The parrots kicked off a sweet rendition of “Old Macdonald Had a Farm.”

The interview was led by a woman accompanied by the birds, and the segment contained a special surprise for the viewers.

In a video of the interview, the woman is heard asking the birds their name and pointing the microphone at them anticipating a response. One of the birds answered the question with a 'Hello!' 

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