@littler-duck
Littler Duck

Not the biggest duck, but not the smallest. Geologist, theater-kid, jiujuteiro, 22

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2020-07-13 01:25:46

    i hate it here

    honestly what infuriates me most about this is that you know that in a couple weeks we are going to be seeing stories of disney workers who have to be in the park almost 24/7 desperately asking ungrateful and conceited guests to wear their masks and to put masks on their children who will still sneeze/spit/slobber on everything they can touch. and i already know that these same people will throw fits when they’re are told to put on a mask and will take it out on the poor workers who have to be there because they are treated like expendable resources by disney corp

    your disney obsession at 30+ is not worth the lives of workers and immune compromised members of the community that you will inevitably pass the virus to just so you can go see mickey mouse

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    anonymous

    Are birds capable of tucking both legs in at the same time? It looks like when they tuck them in the toes curl up, which i think would be kind of difficult to balance on, even for sitting.

    Yes and no? They usually only pull up one foot due to the reasons you described, can’t perch on curled up toes, but they can smoosh themselves low enough on a perch to cover the foot that isn’t officially tucked in.

    The best example I could find of Mia!