Are you going to laugh or shock if a parrot swearing inside the cage?

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@Shavkat (65270)
Philippines
October 4, 2016 7:09pm CST
I had seen a parrot who swears bad words. My first reaction was so amazed seeing a talking parrot. The sad part, the bird swears. Some of my friends are laughing during that time. As for me, I gave my piece that it is not appropriate. The parrot is owned by the owner of the hostel that we had stayed for a week vacation. I find it not a good gesture for a bird especially for the first impression of the customer in that hostel. What would be your reaction about this bad parrot bird? Image Credit: pixabay.com
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@magallon (18119)
• Philippines
5 Oct 16
Parrots easily imitate what they can hear or what they are taught. Some owners intentionally teach them bad or foul language.
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@Shavkat (65270)
• Philippines
5 Oct 16
That's a bad thing, right? I felt bad with this poor parrot.
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@magallon (18119)
• Philippines
5 Oct 16
@Shavkat Yes, it's bad but the owners enjoy listening to it. They feel happy when the parrot imitates those bad words.
@ricki_911 (19872)
• Toronto, Ontario
5 Oct 16
I would probably laugh!!!
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@Shavkat (65270)
• Philippines
5 Oct 16
That would be a good reaction.
@ricki_911 (19872)
• Toronto, Ontario
5 Oct 16
@Shavkat I just find it funny. I have had it before with parrots.
@RitzzView (2758)
• India
5 Oct 16
I would have laughed at first. And then afterwards, would have made parrot repeat some pleasant words. If parrots learn quick I can definitely make the parrot modify its speech! :)
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@Shavkat (65270)
• Philippines
9 Oct 16
I think that's a good intervention.
@ms1864 (6975)
• Bangalore, India
5 Oct 16
I would laugh too..it's not like it is the parrots fault....i might pass a comment to its owner though..to teach it new words.
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@Shavkat (65270)
• Philippines
5 Oct 16
I think it is the best way to teach other phrases for that parrot.
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@JudyEv (134912)
• Bunbury, Australia
5 Oct 16
I think birds are like children and seem to pick up on words they shouldn't say. But I agree that a swearing parrot isn't a good thing to have in a hostel.
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@Shavkat (65270)
• Philippines
5 Oct 16
I agree. It is not good for business.
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@AkoPinay (10101)
• Philippines
5 Oct 16
I would think the owner swears too.
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@Shavkat (65270)
• Philippines
5 Oct 16
Perhaps the parrot mimic his master. It could be intentionally or not.
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@shivamani10 (11188)
• Hyderabad, India
5 Oct 16
Yes. They do speak if they are trained. I think the Hotel people might have trained it.
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@Shavkat (65270)
• Philippines
5 Oct 16
I agree it should be trained in a good way.
@acelawrites (12285)
• Philippines
5 Oct 16
Blame the owner; maybe he taught the bird to say cuss words, because parrots easily learn words they often hear.
• Philippines
5 Oct 16
they shouldn't let the parrot memories that or the kids might imitate them instead. just saying.