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Date:9/22/2014 4:19:27 AM
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Hey Pascal
Have you ever tried bean sprouts? They're very good. Actually, I only like the bean part, the rest I toss to the dog (like all the other foods I don't like). My mom never leaves stuff on top of my cage, cause she knows that by the time she gets it back it'll be shredded! Once she made the mistake of putting a picture too close to my cage on the TV cabinet, by the time she got it back it had huge rips and tears and holes in it. The same goes for the cookbooks on the shelf near my cage. They're just so tasty. No, Rebecca and I don't get along very well. You might already know this, but Rebecca likes to chew (human and bird) toes, particularly MY toes! *OUCH!* Whenever we come upon each other accidentaly and fight, the first thing his beak hits is my sensitive toes. Didn't you mention that you too have a fibling who likes to chew toes???? V4U -Abercrombie-
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