Undertoad Friday Apr 13 08:33 AM
April 13, 2007: Cadbury cockatoo
littlenickyer Friday Apr 13 08:38 AM
I bet she's delicious. Bird for dinner, chocolate eggs for dessert. Perfect.
footfootfoot Friday Apr 13 09:23 AM
Clodfobble Friday Apr 13 09:27 AM
LabRat Friday Apr 13 09:47 AM
Hmm. No chocolate tatoos on male organs here. pffft.
littlenickyer Friday Apr 13 09:53 AM
Sheldonrs Friday Apr 13 10:14 AM
I wouldn't be worried about that bird. If I can choke a chicken, I can handle a cock or two.
DanaC Friday Apr 13 10:30 AM
*grins* very good.
HungLikeJesus Friday Apr 13 11:09 AM
nil_orally Friday Apr 13 09:58 PM
1x medium to large cockatoo
1x medium onion
1x clove garlic
1x teaspoon thyme
1x medium sized rock
Salt and pepper to taste
Chop and fry garlic and onion in a dash of olive oil until browned.
Put all ingredients in a deep baking dish. Cover with water, and place lid on dish to ensure maximum tenderness.
Put in middle shelf of oven on medium heat.
Check contents every 15 minutes until rock soft.
Throw out cockatoo, and eat rock.
Beestie Saturday Apr 14 12:43 AM
How can [Imus] you people [/Imus] even joke about eating cockatoo?!?!?
Aliantha Saturday Apr 14 07:07 AM
Most aussie birds like chocolate
rbusch Saturday Apr 14 07:57 AM
I used to live in Nuneaton, and I can't recall ever seeing a wildlife Sanctuary! There was a nice quiet town, an ant-hill that was about 6 or 7 stories high, and a lovely quiet pub...? Well, never mind, just send me the cadbury's eggs as evidence and I'll believe it.
Sperlock Saturday Apr 14 11:43 AM
Has the cockatoo checked to see if the eggs are smaller or not?
rkzenrage Sunday Apr 15 01:21 AM
Not a pet bird person.
Kitsune Sunday Apr 15 11:00 AM
Pet cockatoos have to be the meanest birds on the planet. I never thought a bird could have feelings of jealousy and hate, but I'm certain this species does and with a beak that can snap car keys in half (lucky I carried a spare) you had best keep fingers far, far away. The owner laughed while telling me a story of a "love bite" she received while handling the bird that, unfortunately, clamped down on the class ring on her finger and disfigured the round shape to an oval. She noted that having a vise grip around proved most helpful that day.
wolf Sunday Apr 15 03:07 PM
My friend's macaw has resized my jewelry a time or two.
littlenickyer Sunday Apr 15 03:34 PM
guess that cockatoo isn't going to be abusing people for much longer.
DucksNuts Sunday Apr 15 10:45 PM
He's not eating the chocie....he's gonna hatch it.
Sheldonrs Monday Apr 16 11:56 AM
CharlieG Tuesday Apr 17 12:05 PM
You know - if a 17 YO cockatoo chomped on ME like some of these stories - it wouldn't make it to be a 18 YO cockatoo - BTW that holds true for dogs that bite too - won't stand for that stuff - they get ONE mistake
elSicomoro Tuesday Apr 17 04:16 PM
glatt Tuesday Apr 17 04:46 PM
Shawnee123 Tuesday Apr 17 04:50 PM
elSicomoro Tuesday Apr 17 05:02 PM
Based on what I've read, Alka Seltzer can possibly make a seagull sick and kill them, but not make them explode.