Wednesday, 13 November 2013

The Parrot

Clearly the most intelligent creature in the jungle as it is the only one that can speak, although its conversation tends to be unsophisticated and can tend towards repetition and bawdiness. 
Not suitable chatter for a lady, though fine for a slattern or unmarried mother.
 Its feathers are soft, durable and colourful, and make delightful comic merkins with which a rosy-cheeked scientist and adventurer may innocently amuse the prettier of the young Zumba women, in the privacy of his own tent, to their howls of presumed delight and rapture.
 If harshly reared with its claws, beak and wings removed, can be a wonderful toy for a brutish child.

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