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Dead budgies. by johnnythemonkey on 17 August 2009 3:23pm
 
My girl Chas just came in a few minutes ago distraught. Apparently her budgie died. I gave her a hug then told her to put things into perspective. My mate's aunt was crushed underneath the wheels of a truck two days ago. She was Meg's friend. R.I.P Betty and bless you.
 
Re: Dead budgies. by bIG bLOGGER on 17 August 2009 4:19pm
 
R.I.P and commiserations.
"One dead budgie is not the end of the world,but it is the world's end for one budgie." [Confucius]
 
Re: Dead budgies. by Spursfan on 17 August 2009 4:57pm
 
Sorry to hear both about the budgie and your friend, Johnnie.

My condolences to her family and friends.
 
Re: Dead budgies. by johnnythemonkey on 17 August 2009 5:21pm
 
To be honest, I couldn't give a monkey's about the bird. Chas is still blabbing her eyes out and I told her to get real. Eventually she will have to deal with the loss of me or her mum and I want her to be strong. I lost my mum when I was 18 and it destroyed me.
 
Re: Dead budgies. by tucsonmike on 17 August 2009 9:47pm
 
Sorry to hear about both the budgie and the lady, but the budgie is a touch more important in the great scheme of things.
 
Re: Dead budgies. by johnnythemonkey on 17 August 2009 10:30pm
 
Are you right in the head ?
 
Re: Dead budgies. by peripatetically on 17 August 2009 10:47pm
 
I think so too, Mike. The budgie was very important to that little girl. Life is fragile and fleeting. To mourn for a little friend like she had is fine. Not a thing wrong with it. To stifle a child's emotions is doing wrong, in my opinion.
 
Re: Dead budgies. by TERRY S on 18 August 2009 1:05am
 
J.T.M.: you are incredibly cruel. A child losing a pet is one of the first times a child learns to cope with death. Don't be so mean! She needs your sympathy not your spiteful attitude. You're the one with the problem, not her! Tell her you understand her pain, and buy her a new pet if necessary.
 
Re: Dead budgies. by johnnythemonkey on 18 August 2009 1:15am
 
You people have me seriously worried. I did'nt stifle Christina's emotions. I comforted her.She is not a child, she's a 23 year old woman.
Why have none of you talked about Betty, whose head was crushed under the wheels of a truck ? Dead fcucking budgies ? Give me strength.
 
Re: Dead budgies. by johnnythemonkey on 18 August 2009 1:56am
 
*Edit* Not worth it.
 
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