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5 Current Trends Charles Darwin Would Probably Be Into

I think about a lot of things when I get dressed in the morning. I consider the pros and cons of shapewear. I come up with brilliant comebacks that would have been useful 3 years ago. I realize that I kind of miss the Macarena dance. And the other day I found myself thinking, I wonder if Charles Darwin would like my outfit? Instead of psychoanalyzing my need for approval from the father of evolution, I thought I’d make a list of modern day trends that Mr. Darwin might be into. So here we go…

This Cockatoo Flaps Its Wings Back And Forth


I’m not going to lie; even though I kind of, sort of hate her (and I know it’s wrong to feel hate towards a child, even a famous one), I am kind of obsessed with Willow Smith‘s single “Whip My Hair.” But you know who loves it more? This cockatoo. And it really knows how to get down to the beat too. Keep reading »

Hump Day Cuteness: So Cute Little Birds!

I don’t know what kind of birds these are, but, dang, they’re cute. [Digg]
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Bird Finds Happiness Between Woman’s Breasts

In the avian world, they call this a “boob-cozy.”

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The Daily Squeeze: No Sex In Space Movie & Male Birds’ Singing

  • Virgin Galactic, the company planning on taking wealthy tourists to the edge of the atmosphere, has turned down a $1 million-offer for a sex-in-spacce movie. [Fox news]
  • The Indian Health Minister wants to legalize homosexuality, which is currently a crime with the punishment of life in prison, so that they can focus on fighting HIV/AIDS. [Medical News Today]
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    British Birds In Love

    A swan couple in England that has been together for seven years was forced to spend 10 days apart after the male was attacked by a dog. The dog severely injured the poor guy’s left wing, and the swan had to be rescued by firefighters in a boat, treated by a vet, and nursed back to health at a wildlife rescue center. The “cob,” which is the term for a male swan (females are known as “pens”), was then released, and the pair of swans swam toward each other and lovingly rubbed necks as if they had been apart for an eternity. This would be really sweet if a swan hadn’t bitten me (unprovoked!) when I was about four years old. [ShropshireStar] Keep reading »

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