A man walks into an electrical area to investigate a sound ...
February 5, 2021 10:38 PM   Subscribe

 
This post made two people here at my house very happy.
posted by vrakatar at 10:59 PM on February 5, 2021 [2 favorites]


Favoriting entirely without comment (oops!) while giggling the entire time.
posted by hippybear at 11:08 PM on February 5, 2021 [2 favorites]


Given that the substation in fenced in, he didn't have to...

...fight the horde.
posted by mandolin conspiracy at 11:42 PM on February 5, 2021 [1 favorite]


If you are wondering, should I click on this mystery meat video...

YES DO IT
posted by hurdy gurdy girl at 12:35 AM on February 6, 2021 [13 favorites]


Oh, that made me cackle.

Make sure you have sound on. It's a very short video and will make you smile.
posted by NotTheRedBaron at 12:39 AM on February 6, 2021 [4 favorites]


me, grumpy, before clicking: why does this have to be a big mystery, why not just tell people
me, delighted, after clicking: I never should have doubted, I am so sorry
posted by taquito sunrise at 1:40 AM on February 6, 2021 [22 favorites]


CLICK THE LINK WITH THE SOUND ON

This place is a place of honor...
....a highly esteemed deed is commemorated here
posted by lalochezia at 5:08 AM on February 6, 2021 [12 favorites]


but... what did they actually sound like...?

did they actually sound like the immigrant song or

idk i just wanted to hear baby birds 🥺

posted by Two unicycles and some duct tape at 6:41 AM on February 6, 2021 [1 favorite]


It's better this way -- I can read beaks and they're just screaming ethnic slurs.
posted by GCU Sweet and Full of Grace at 7:55 AM on February 6, 2021 [15 favorites]


Fake! Everyone knows baby birds actually sound like Queen.
posted by bartleby at 9:13 AM on February 6, 2021 [19 favorites]


How soft your fields so green
Can whisper tales of gore
Of how we calmed the tides of war
We are your overbirds
posted by chavenet at 10:20 AM on February 6, 2021 [5 favorites]


I am having the best morning, now made even better. Thanks!
posted by HotToddy at 11:36 AM on February 6, 2021


It's not just the gaping maws, it's the speed with which they appear. *CRANE*
posted by tspae at 2:45 PM on February 6, 2021


Many birds have a pretty cutthroat reproductive strategy: hatch many young, raise only the strongest few (ie, let the weaker ones starve). So these chicks may very well be hair-rocking for their lives.
posted by Popular Ethics at 8:04 PM on February 6, 2021




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