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    17 Birds That Make Their Own Rules

    Fun fact: Geese originate from the pits of hell.

    1. This bird that did as any of us would do:

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    2. This bird that tried to decapitate its friend:

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    3. This bird that left its mark for life:

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    4. This goose that was ready to attack at any given moment:

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    5. And these geese who lived up to their name:

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    6. This bird that said, "I'm the only thing you should be looking at":

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    7. This bird that basically taunted the person it stole from:

    This guy just got robbed by a crow at my WaWa

    8. This crow that started some sports drama:

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    9. This seagull that had an ice cream craving:

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    10. This seagull that just wanted to be the center of attention:

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    11. This pigeon that held this person hostage:

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    12. This parrot that can't be left alone for longer than 1.2 seconds:

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    13. This parakeet that had a whole lot of chaotic energy:

    My grandma was born blind and my grandpa was completely blind by the age of 13 and when they got married they had a parakeet who talked and learned to imitate my grandma’s voice and the little guy was constantly bossing my grandpa around and stressing him out. what a bird

    14. This chicken that went on a joyride:

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    15. This cockatoo that wasn't about to be told where it could and couldn't stand:

    YOOOO, this cockatoo is deadass tearing down anti-bird spikes 😂😂😂 he said fuck the police

    16. This bird that knew exactly what it was doing:

    17. And finally, these pigeons that went after a guy who poured popcorn all over himself. To be fair, the pigeons aren't to blame:

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