Eggsactly true. You made me laugh. :)
I'd say shoes definitely off but that's just me.
Think he might be there a while :)
Thank God! i thought my eyes were getting so bad a bird was looking like a human being! haha
"Dammit, Jim, I'm a doctor, not a hen!"
It's difficult to challenge the laws of nature.
I thought of Roald Dahl's 'The Twits' when I saw this picture.
I try to give me son a nest until his wings are large enough to fly.
I don't know how you think of things to write about these images, Friko. I would be stumped every time. And what a bizarre image that one is, too.
This pic reminds me of the blogger D J Kirkby Wednesdays' make up a slogan posts. Your poem would fit the bill nicely.
There are definitely some men who need to say they are men before I realize it to be true. (& then, sometimes, I still do not)~Mary
OH, that's GOOD! I'm smiling big.
I love how you manage, once again, to land a fanciful image like this smack down on planet earth!
Hahaha! That's hilarious ... and the pic doesn't even look like it's been photoshopped!!!
Eggcellent indeed! Really, really funny!Anna :o]
i really like where you went with this...thanks for sharing your words
Perfect! You are so darn clever!!
and if it works will probably hurt like the dickens...
Still giggling! This was great!! :)
Der Titel könnte auch passen...."sich ins gemachte Nest setzen!".....das sagt man, wenn man irgendwo einzieht oder hingeht, wo schon alles perfekt gerichtet ist und man selbst muss nichts mehr beitragen.Liebe Grüße von Zaunwinde
You 'cracked' me up! Thank God the shoes came off -- or I'd still be wondering...
Oh what fun!! Love itHugsSueAnn
How clever ~~ those would be female birds doing the hard work ... you are always so unique in your approach to the Mag prompt.
Oh, my gosh! This one is a hoot!
That looks like a large bird's nest, but not that large. Besides, only females lay eggs. Dianne
He's trying really hard...giggle...
Susan Scheid said it for me!
Here's an image that will haunt me throughout this nesting season.
Bet he squoze something out, 'tho.
That's so cute! I almost wrote a piece on pterodactyl bird abductions, but I chickened out. Go figure!
This is soooo true :0)
And don't we birds know it!!
Hello,I really appricate the way you write .Hats off to you . ..i read some posts by you nd must say your each post is beautifully written .I am not a perfect writer like you but sometimes i just try to write what comes in my heart.keep writing like this ...All the best!!
That pic is so surreal, Friko. A human cuckoo by the looks of it.
But one never knows if one never tries.
I must confess that you are the only Magpie Prompt I ever read. That's because it's usually the only one that I can stand.
Ah, ha - here he is in his first incarnation. I fear I'm going to see my collected birds' nests a bit differently for a few days!
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