A dialogue between friends

Heron: eh, Bird, you know what? Bird: no, what? Heron: I have found a way to have fish like you have seeds. Bird: not by singing, I would hope! Heron: make fun of me and you will see what happens to you! No, not by singing, by talking. Bird:  by talking? But to whom do you…

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Do animals live by following their instinct?

Stick: eh Bird, do you know where Heron is? I haven’t seen him lately. Bird: he went to Oklahoma a few days ago. Stick: to Oklahoma? But what will he do there, it’s dangerous, there are many hunters. Bird: oh, he’s smart, he lives in a wildlife reservation, it’s safer. Stick: yes, but the trip…

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After some travel

Hawk: hello Goose, you’re back, where did you travel? Goose: to Oklahoma, Hawk, to Oklahoma, as usual. Hawk: did you see Heron? Goose: yes, and he told me he would come back soon; he was waiting for us to leave first. Hawk: are the roads congested ?! Goose: have fun, Hawk, but don’t you know that if everyone was leaving…

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Heron is in love!

Bird: Heron, you’re back! I’m glad to see you. Heron: thanks for your kind words, Bird, I needed some comfort. Bird: what’s going on? Heron: I met someone in the south. Bird: but it’s wonderful, why are you sad? Heron: I don’t know if she’s going to come here. Bird: then why did you leave her? Heron:…

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About nudism

Following two BBC articles on nudism (Finland naked swimmers bid for the biggest skinny dip record – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-40624317,  and No naked dancing, Canada revellers told – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-40622895), Goose and Falcon reflect on differences between cultures and countries. But first, they talk about the new program by Dead leaves and Turtles. Hawk: Goose, do you get me well? I’m calling…

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