On Wed, 28 Dec 2005 04:49:15 -0000, rinki wrote:
> How frequent I will trim my grey's feather?Do the greys prefer to be
> seated on higher than us---because my grey comes out of the cage by his
> own if I keep the cage door open.And I always keep the windows close
> when he is out of the cage.If I do so(to keep the windows closed)---is
> it required to trim his feather??He is still afraid of me.And doesnt
> allow me to come closer when he is out of his cage.He starts to growl.
I never trim feathers. If you can be sure they cannot escape, there is no need. The only door and window I open is into the aviary.
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One day a guy goes to his golf club on his own. Looking for a game, on the firsttee he sees a lady on her own and asks her if could join her for a round.
She agrees and suggests that they play matchplay for £5 to this he accepts thechallenge.
She beats him 6 and 5 and takes the money. Whilst having a drink In the clubhouseshe says do you fancy a blowjob in the car park. The man was a bit bewildered but quickly agrees and out they go.
When they finished she said to him "same time next week" he hastenly said "yes can't wait."
Next week comes and they play for a fiver again - she beats him 5 and 4 and again offers a blowjob in the car park, the man says "please - i would love one". Off they go to the car park.
When finished she said to him "I have a confession" he enquires further "what is it" she replies "i must tell you i am a man dressed as a woman"
He retorts "Bastard - you played off the red tees!" >> Stay informed about: How to handle/tame a 1 yr old grey