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I thought that was very funny, and of course they must know parrots because like Dave said, they had it right down to a "T"!

You think? Jasper's owner said he was an "African Parrot", when it was obvious he was a Scarlet Macaw. I hate parrot owners who don't even know what they have.

Why is this fictitous african parrot obviously a scarlet macaw? "fictitious being the operative word here.
Why is this fictitous african parrot obviously a scarlet macaw?"fictitious being the operative word here.

I don't know... it's just a guess, I guess.
I thought that was very funny, and of course they must know parrots because like Dave said, they had it right down to a "T"!

You think? Jasper's owner said he was an "African Parrot", when it was obvious he was a Scarlet Macaw. I hate parrot owners who don't even know what they have.

Parrot owners? It was a sketch on SNL! She's not a parrot owner; she's an actress.
Ooops, I forgot about the owner saying he was an "African Parrot"! Yes you are right! I thought it was a Macaw too!

His plumage was like that of a Scarlet Macaw, though his shrieking and biting were not nearly intense enough. Other than that, it was pretty damned realistic . . . and funny.
I'd get my bird to a vet if its poop looked like that, though.

Vincent J. Hrovat / Omnia quia sunt, lumina sunt.
Ooops, I forgot about the owner saying he was an "African Parrot"!Yes you are right! I thought it was a Macaw too!

His plumage was like that of a Scarlet Macaw, though his shriekingand biting were not nearly intense enough. Other than that, it was prettydamned realistic . . . and funny. I'd get my bird to a vet if its poop looked like that, though.

Me too!! That was sick, huh? LOL!!
Why is this fictitous african parrot obviously a scarlet macaw?"fictitious being the operative word here.

You probably thought it was a greenwinged macaw, didn't you? That's okay, a lot of novices make that mistake.
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No, I took it as a purely fictitious animal - because that's what it was.

ZQ
Parrot owners? It was a sketch on SNL! She's not a parrot owner; she's an actress.

How would you know whether or not she owns a parrot?

and that wasn't a parrot, it was SNL cast member Fred Armisen in a bird costume.
ZQ
know "fictitious You probably thought it was a greenwinged macaw, didn't you? That'sokay, a lot of novices make that mistake.

No, I took it as a purely fictitious animal - because that's what it was.

There is well documented evidence that parrots exist. You're probably from some part of the world that doesn't have them, which is why you don't believe in them.
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