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Holy Crap! This Bird Makes Pac-Man Noises

Posted on Monday, May 9 @ 11:53:35 Eastern by Blake_Morse
I'm not really a bird person. They smell, make loud squawking noises and tend to poop on everything, including people. But this Cockatiel is cool with me because it can emulate the 'wakka-wakka-wakka" munching noises of my beloved Pac-Man. I wonder what kind of food it eats? Little white pellets of some sort perhaps?

I don't know how it learned such a trick, but I'm guessing that its owner probably has as much of an affection to the maze-running, ghost-chomping, yellow dude as I do. Now if only he could make the death "woops" and starting music too. I would totally have to buy my own pet bird and train it.





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