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Category:Pets & Animals, Humor
Tags:metal, parrot, drowning pool, bodies
Submitted:astropod five
Date:12/16/10
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Comment count is 27
simon666 - 2010-12-16
Next week on Marine Corps Pets, a Rottweiler that bites only ay-rabz.
freedoom - 2010-12-16
Parrots are awesome. I should get one to keep my cat company.
memedumpster - 2010-12-16
Psychological animal abuse.
spikestoyiu - 2010-12-16
Fuck.
fluffy - 2010-12-16
I hope that parrot sings it at 3 in the morning

chumbucket - 2010-12-16
sounds exactly like the original studio recording
oddeye - 2010-12-16
This is what most popstars sound like before the autotune.

theSnake - 2010-12-16
im laughing so hard here
Jet Bin Fever - 2010-12-16
Let the bodies *fpt* the FRARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRWR!
Adramelech - 2010-12-16
As someone who has written album reviews for a metal site, I can confirm that this is exactly what half the demos I received sounded like.
TimidAres - 2010-12-16
Its almost worth putting up with all the noise and mess that birds make if it means I can teach them to sing neat songs.

This sounds just like a garage band that played down the street from my house a few years back.
All the bandmembers were 15-16, and for a long time I had to listen to thier metal rendition of "Somewhere over the Rainbow."
I was glad when dad finally shut that operation down.
goat - 2010-12-16
"These things live like what, a hundred years? Fuck yeah, I am NEVER going to get tired of this song!"
Robin Kestrel - 2010-12-16
^

American Standard - 2010-12-16
Animal abuse.
Mother_Puncher - 2010-12-16
Birds seem to be some of the few animals that appreciate music. This one just has bad taste.

I have an umbrella cockatoo that sings songs like "You are my sunshine" and kids songs my mother taught her. I used to let her watch Jurassic Park a lot and she started shrieking like the raptors and cackling like Goldblum.

There are a couple of metal bands that record their pets and use them as the vocalists. Caninus has 2 pitbulls and Hatebeak has an African Grey.
kingarthur - 2010-12-16
Requesting Hatebeak songs. Stat.

MaulLove - 2010-12-16
I'd love to hear the Goldblum cackling if you can capture it on video.

MaulLove - 2010-12-16
BETTER ANIMALS BETTER ANIMALS


Kumquatxop - 2010-12-17
NU METAL FRESH PARROT
Lauritz Melchior - 2010-12-17
I am unfamiliar with the original version of the song.

I don't think that I want to hear any version but this one.
JimL2 - 2010-12-18
this would be the best prank to pull on a friend who owns a parrot.
Bored - 2010-12-20
Now, just imagine this scenario:

Humanity dies away from a mysterious illness, and all that is left carrying our voice are parrots. Somewhere, possibly 50 years from now, that parrot could still be alive in the unpopulated world singing that song to itself.
craptacular - 2010-12-22
or a parrot in a zombie apocalypse learning to moan like a zombie. that would be the worst pet ever.

Caminante Nocturno - 2010-12-22
If anyone can find a parrot that can sing Lordi, I would appreciate it.
Baldr - 2010-12-22
I'd been coming across this song for at least two years before I could make out the words.

The parrot has surpassed me.
pyslexic dharmacist - 2013-11-11
I swear I already favorited this, maybe it was a dupe, the song is meh but I will never, ever be able to watch this with a straight face.
Rodents of Unusual Size - 2014-04-03
I'm late to this party but I am ready to rock with you, little bird.
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