You might remember from yesterday that this one is singing canaries blended with the pipe organ stylings of Hal Pearl.
by Hartz Mountain:
If utilizing that one, I'd recommend putting your bird in a room on the other side of the house and if you're in an apartment, make sure that your wall sharing neighbors aren't home!
Here is a bit more. The Mister said that the lady sounds just like me in the morning:
And talk about an overachiever. He must be that bird graduate that they show on the record!
Until next time (good morning! want to eat!)
x's and o's,
Ha! Oh god, I could not listen to that lady intoning, "Hello. Hello, baybee" more than once! You were brave to record this! I swear I'll wake up with that in my head tomorrow.
I'm concerned for those who have unhealthy and abnormal parakeets. Don't those birds deserve a chance at learning how to talk, too?
So, will the bird learn how to say the introduction to the lesson as well? "Start at this next groove..."
Hello. Hello bay bee. Hello. Hello bay bee...
If she has perfect diction, why does she say all of her syllables separately at a pace no one speaks at? I'm so confoozed.
The training record has "Good morning....good morning...." stuck in my head, oh man. But now I both want that record AND a parakeet. Training a parakeet was never so easy!
I found one of these for my friend who has a talking bird. It is pretty weird. All I remember is the voice over guy enunciating really dramatically and saying "Hey bay bee wanta kiss"
I think I will wake up tomorrow morning feeling very, very hungry.............. :D
I do! I do! I want to eat! I want to eat! Cause it's morning! It's morning, right?
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