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Date:9/1/2014 1:16:29 AM
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Congratulations King Finnegan
Hope you are having a wonderful time in the Castle. I have to mention something odd that I've never seen before on this site. It seems that the BOTD keeps changing from you then it shows ButterBall, a female cockatiel. I've never seen that before??? I am trusting others are seeing it too, because look at all your well wishers who've come for your coronation celebration!!!??? Just when I think I've seen everything strange, again the BirdChannel out does itself. I knew I had blogged Butterball this morning...a "Queen Butterball" you don't forget!!! King Finnegan seems much more distinguished but I thought I was losing my mind!!! I saw your picture while I was looking up parrots in the "species" section. There you are all emerald green & handsome! So, I came instantly because it's a rare thing to see an eclectus in the Castle as BOTD!! As I type your congratulations, Queen Butterball is glaring at me like I've betrayed her!! She can look pretty intimidating! I will leave this basket of lettuce wrapped treats that have some of your favorites inside for you to shred and eat. Sam bows to King Finnegan as he places the basket before him all the while sweating bullets as he sees Queen Butterball glaring from the BOTD spot on the right hand side of the screen. Sam gets a chill up his back and excuses himself before the guards are called. Have a great night King Finnegan! Sam bows quickly & exits out the Throne Room Door looking over his shoulder as he goes!!!!
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