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Q: 2017/18 Brighton (h)
a. If e can stop being the masters of our own downfall we should take 3 points, win
76%
  
b. We seem too flaky at the moment and don't expect an easy game, draw
8%
  
c. We can't put teams away and have a soft underbelly, lose
9%
  
d. Did you know that Eurovision 1974 was held in Brighton and launched ABBA onto the world stage with Waterloo
5%
  
e. I love Friday Night Football, it gives me the chance to show everyone down the local just how big a West Ham nut I am, hat, scarf, shirt, you name it I'll be wearing it
2%
  



steveiron64 6:49 Wed Oct 4
West Ham Parrot
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5dLADOn8QUE

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neilalex 11:15 Sat Oct 7
Re: West Ham Parrot
Blimey. Wish I could dance like these parrots. I'd have doubtless attracted a better class of female.

Northern Sold 2:15 Fri Oct 6
Re: West Ham Parrot
I’ll be honest I’d rather listen to a parrot sqwacking `GIVE ME A FUCKING CRACKER YOU FUCKING SAP’ for a full hour than read one of Sir Alf’s war and peace postzzzzzzzzzz on here…

JustAFatKevinDavies 2:12 Fri Oct 6
Re: West Ham Parrot
*irony-meter explodes*

Sir Alf 2:10 Fri Oct 6
Re: West Ham Parrot
I thought this might be about that old soak Hugh who runs the Claret and Hugh site. He's Gold's parrot isn't he? ;-)

ChesterRd 9:17 Thu Oct 5
Re: West Ham Parrot
Thank you. He's 5 in December so still quite young. I have two budgies as well. I love the little guys as much as the parrot.

Northern Sold 11:55 Thu Oct 5
Re: West Ham Parrot
Fantastic bird that Chesty... how old is he??

We are in the little league... 2 Budgies we have (a blue and a green/yellow)... Bruce and Sheila... got to admit I love the crazy feathered fucks... they crack me up with their antics... not the greatest flyers mind you!!

ChesterRd 11:43 Wed Oct 4
Re: West Ham Parrot
I'd recommend a parent reared youngster rather than hand reared that are imprinted on humans. They can become clingy and screech for attention. My parrot was with his parents until about 14 weeks and had just gone into his own aviary. He was steady and is now as tame and gentle as anything without demanding attention all the time. I've had hand reared parrot and the parent reared Eclectus has a much nicer disposition.

ChesterRd 11:38 Wed Oct 4
Re: West Ham Parrot
The males are green and it is the females that are the red/purple colours.

They are a beautiful parrot but like all parrots very demanding and it is the same commitment as a dog except a parrot lives much much longer. They have dietary and care needs that makes them different from most parrot species so not usually recommended as a first parrot but like all things if you do your research it's not an issue.

You can buy from breeders, the Parrot Society has a members magazine with for sale ads. Norwich Hammer put me in touch with the breeder of mine, NH had non breeding Eclectus at the time but I am not sure if he still has his birds.

http://www.eclectusparrots.net/info.html

gph 11:17 Wed Oct 4
Re: West Ham Parrot
The courtship dance in the wild isn't TO music, but parrots move TO music anyway.

Crassus 11:08 Wed Oct 4
Re: West Ham Parrot
Chesty

Could not open your image but googled the birds out of curiosity

Blimey that is one handsome thing, I am assuming that he is the red and blue variant and the green the female?

Where do you buy such a thing out of interest, and how do you feed /care for it

Stunning creature

zebthecat 11:05 Wed Oct 4
Re: West Ham Parrot
Is this the same parrot?
NSFW

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=igonJfGuwAA

Far Cough 11:04 Wed Oct 4
Re: West Ham Parrot
Lovely bird that Chesty

ChesterRd 10:56 Wed Oct 4
Re: West Ham Parrot
Birds do courtship dances in the wild, they don't need a disco to dance. They will also mimic humans they see bobbing the heads and dancing to music. My parrot can say Come on You Irons! He's an Eclectus parrot.

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Crassus 9:43 Wed Oct 4
Re: West Ham Parrot
Geoff - good point but explains why the feathered fuckers dance

Likely a dab hand at benefit fraud, raping simians and sitting on their arse all day

Don't wind him up mind about not being able to swim, wield a good machette do those parrots

geoffpikey 9:24 Wed Oct 4
Re: West Ham Parrot
Is it African? Is it older than it says it is?

Too Much Too Young 9:05 Wed Oct 4
Re: West Ham Parrot
I'm calling the RSPB.

Nurse Ratched 8:30 Wed Oct 4
Re: West Ham Parrot
Imagine not being able to dance...outdone by the bloody parrots.

*sigh*

gph 8:27 Wed Oct 4
Re: West Ham Parrot
Cats do, usually when they're in pain.

I like opera overtures, though. Once you get to know them, they are a signal to look for the off button.

Far Cough 8:25 Wed Oct 4
Re: West Ham Parrot
Yep, they don't do opera

gph 8:20 Wed Oct 4
Re: West Ham Parrot
I've never seen them do it spontaneously.

Perhaps its their judgment on my taste in music.

Far Cough 8:15 Wed Oct 4
Re: West Ham Parrot
Some dogs do it spontaneously, there's a few clips on Youtube

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