Real Birds Tweeting on Twitter [video]

You knew it was going to happen: angry that their language has been held hostage by humans obsessed with communicating in 140 characters or less, Internet denizens of the avian variety are taking it back. Yep… birds are reclaiming Tweets. OK, so maybe that’s not exactly how it went down, but birds really are sending out messages on Twitter. A Latvian man named Voldemars Dudum got the idea to attach bits of pork fat to each key on a keyboard so the Tomtits that live in the area could “communicate” while they ate. Mostly it’s just jibberish, but every now and then you’ll find gems like “lololol” and “wowow.”

“Who cares?” you might be asking. Well, at least 1,186 people do – that’s the following hungry_birds currently has on Twitter. It would appear that the birds are currently on hiatus to “catch bugs and build nests,” but I’m sure they’ll be back soon.

[Source | Via Oddity Central]

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