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#18017 Name: Anonymous   0min
Anyone see any good birds lately?

Been seeing cardinals, bluejays, crows and sparrows here.
#18018 Name: Anonymous   3h
>>18012
Maybe secretly, they do.

Maybe they are so blown away by you, that they are shy to show and express how they really feel about you.
#18019 Name: Anonymous   4h
>>18017
I like when hummingbirds flutter around the flower bed outside my indoor porch :)
#18020 Name: Anonymous   5h
>>18018
are they ignoring you? then maybe it's love
#18021 Name: Anonymous   5h
>>18017
I see plenty of birds everyday here, but I rarely see uncommon birds. I don't know their names, either. Or rather, they are not birds you would probably know.
Chachalacas for example.
There are woodpeckers, though, and little parrots.
#18022 Name: Anonymous   16h
Anyone been reading lately? I'm halfway through a book on Mao's great leap and after that I'm thinking I'm gonna start Gravity's Rainbow. What do you like to read while waiting on the bus?
#18023 Name: Anonymous   19h
>>18022
The Silent World by Cousteau and Dumas. It's a pretty interesting book but i'm reading it in french and i'm not very good at it so a lot of the more niche words are lost on me unless i go back and forth with the dictionary.
#18024 Name: Anonymous   1d
>>18016
Nice poem
#18025 Name: Anonymous   1d
The only good thing the Velma show produced was the Hex girls redesign. Oh it looks nothing like the original cast, but that's what every hex girl fan/hot topic creathin I've seen in real life looks like. It's funny to see people bitch about what is essential a carbon copy of them