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The albatross looked down at the empty ocean nearly 3000 feet below her and thought, “This cramp in my wing is going to be the death of me.”

    TAGS:  birds, albatross, cramps

Once upon a time—all good stories begin once upon a time—there was famous Captain Keith Blackheart who ran a tight ship on which only one language was allowed, pirate, and anyone who dared call his pet scrinebird a god-forsaken parrot, or, heaven forbid an albatross would be keelhauld and then fed to the sharks.

    TAGS:  pirates, albatross, parrots, sharks, god-forsaken

First-mate Boot whirled on Cap’n Blackheart and screamed “and your god-forsaken bird be an albatross and ye know it!”

    TAGS:  pirates, albatross, god-forsaken, keelhaul, punishment

“And a good south wind sprung up behind; The Albatross did follow, And every day, for food or play, Came to the mariners’ hollo!”

    TAGS:  guest scriner, albatross, Coleridge


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