Inconsequential Chat

I'll just keep shtum on this...


When describing the size of something in easily recognisable units...


According to the interwebs, today - April 23rd - is World Book Day, so this is appropriate:


Morganna said:

.We ate that clown

Did it taste funny?


As for how things taste,


Fair to say this eagle wasn’t keen on a drone flying around his neighbourhood!

Captured near Mount Barker, in South Australia, by Scott Hatto who had sent his drone up to track some missing sheep only to draw the ire of this local.


Roll on the weekend cook up...


Pardalotes are being used for powerline inspections in South Australia.


marksierra said:

Pardalotes are being used for powerline inspections in South Australia.

Of course, the above statement is nowhere near being true.  It was suggested by the photographer who took the lucky shot.


I have a feral kitty who is doing roof and gutter inspections for me.


Suspended?? See Paddy about that…. (Parts of spoken intro are German/Irish)


marksierra said:

smile


Morganna said:

I have a feral kitty who is doing roof and gutter inspections for me.

cat on a cold slate roof.


joanne said:

Speaking of the wildly unusual, there’s these gob-smacking foodie facts:

'Gob-smacking' and 'foodie'?

oh oh



I suspect I've posted this - or something very much like it - previously.

But I'm not about to go looking through some 2500-odd (some of them very odd) posts to check.


Did you that that huge oyster has been named Jill,  and her breeder has vowed to never ever use her in a meal   snake

marksierra said:

'Gob-smacking' and 'foodie'?

oh oh


Jaytee said:

cat on a cold slate roof.

Perfect response for this Tennessee Williams fan.


Makes sense - if it runs from, say, midday on Saturday through to midday on Sunday.


Some Australian magpies - which are not corvids, by the way, in case anyone is asking - singing for their supper.


marksierra said:

Some Australian magpies - which are not corvids, by the way, in case anyone is asking - singing for their supper.

They are adorable!


This is the scarlet-chested parrot, a nomadic bird found mostly in the Great Victoria Desert region of south-western Australia.  It can survive for long periods without access to drinking water by sucking moisture out of succulent plants.

More on this parrot and other colorful birds here - 
https://www.livescience.com/animals/birds/32-of-the-most-colorful-birds-on-earth


marksierra said:

This is the scarlet-chested parrot, a nomadic bird found mostly in the Great Victoria Desert region of south-western Australia.  It can survive for long periods without access to drinking water by sucking moisture out of succulent plants.

More on this parrot and other colorful birds here - 
https://www.livescience.com/animals/birds/32-of-the-most-colorful-birds-on-earth

What a beautiful bird!


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