Pet Parrot Flies Along with Lady on Scooter

...maybe because its a badass scooter

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+31 1. Cloe commented 6 years ago

ok now just hold on .. massive beast skull.. hunting weapon on the side.. and a parrot this real life?..or cgs just got better..
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-5 2. Platonic commented 6 years ago

run my lady ... run..., oh no!!... a U-turn....
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+7 3. mwak commented 6 years ago

That's some motorbike tuning you've got there lady ... you even included a parrot.
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+9 4. cher-00 commented 6 years ago

it's a navigator system...
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+1 5. ringmaster commented 6 years ago

Looks very much like the Australian Rainbow Lorikeet.
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+3 6. sux2bu commented 6 years ago

#5 Naw , it is a Jenday Conure from Central and South America. Great but noisy little birds.
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+1 7. ben26 commented 6 years ago

Seems to be in Thailand. Really awesome.
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+2 8. ZaMpTi commented 6 years ago

that helmet. lol
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+1 9. Unknown commented 6 years ago

#8 Why does she even bother to wear a helmet? She should put a birdhouse on her head.
That would be safer and the bird would not have to fly ahead.