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    Potty Mouth Parrot Reacts to New Cage [Strong Language]

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    This foul-mouthed parrot apparently approves of what was done to this round cage.

    While this method of 'fixing' a round cage may seem a bit extreme, the bird doesn't seem to mind.

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