Can you picture seeing a group of gorgeous small mouthed parrots that could spew the harshest words? This is what occurred in a zoo in the United Kingdom, when visitors were horrified to hear a group of five obnoxious parrots’ crude language.
At the Lincolnshire Wildlife Center, 200 gray parrots live in a colony that includes Eric, Tyson, Jade, Elsie, and Billy. They joined in August of this year, and it has been clear since then that they are naughty. Simply put, they quickly displayed their unusual trait of using foul language.
Since parrots frequently curse, the zookeepers weren’t too concerned at first—that is, until the five parrots banded together and encouraged one another to use foul language.
We’re used to parrots cursing, but we’ve never had five at once. The majority of parrots are timid outside, but for some reason these five were strutting their stuff, according to Steve Nichols, executive director of the zoo.
Thankfully, none of the zoogoers misinterpreted what these odd parrots were saying; on the contrary, they could not help but laugh aloud at being welcomed in such a peculiar manner.
“It amuses people a lot when a parrot warns you to go to hell. In a terribly difficult year, it provided a great grin,” recalls Steve.
Nevertheless, the zoo administrators have chosen to separate the group of birds in order for them to leave their “poor conduct” and “wrong speech” behind on their own. This is especially important because many children visit the zoo, who may copy them and return to them. returning home with an expanded vocabulary.
This truth has caused thousands of Internet users to laugh out loud, so it didn’t take long for the group of feathery creatures to become quite popular.
Other Internet users, however, have observed with unfavorable eyes that the birds are separated because they possess a vocabulary that someone should have taught them; as a result, they are not to blame and it may make them sad to lose their relationship, which is inappropriate.
Because these animals are so meek and innocent, if they were swearing, it was because they had learnt the words there. They shouldn’t separate them at all, in my opinion,” an irate online user said.
We hope that the parrots’ relationship will not be harmed by this contentious litigation and that they will soon be reunited without having their words wrongly judged.