UnNews:Getting oiled-up fails to make seabird more attractive to females
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Getting oiled-up fails to make seabird more attractive to females
Straight talk, from straight faces
Friday, May 22, 2015, 20:11 (UTC)
7 June 2010
The 9-year-old seabird told UnNews reporters that he wanted to emulate "that sexy male-stripper look" by covering himself from beak to claw with thick black crude oil. However, the bird's sleek black feathers failed to garner the level of attention desired from pelicans of the opposite sex.
While the thick black oil matted into the seabird's feathers has made flight nearly impossible and may lead to both short and long term health problems due to petroleum toxicity, he had thought it would be worth it once he was "wading through a sea of vag".
"If anything I'm getting laid less often now," the frustrated pelican told UnNews as he ambled painfully along a Mississippi beach. "What the fuck was I thinking?"
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