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okay.......so now I know what it's like when you guys talk about budgies in love with their mirrors and such. Unnatural acts with inanimate objects. :blink: I always thought it was funny ....Now it's just weird :hap: So here is Ken and I sitting on the back patio listening to the melodious chirping of budgies. When..............

out of the corner of my eye I saw what looked like budgie bonking going on. There was the budgie on the rope slung from the aviary roof, going hammer and tongs budgie bonking on a section of rope that was all fuzzy and ragged. BUT......it was one of the young baby twins (Kirby has named them Splish and Splash)....too young for budgie bonking. It was then in the half light that I noticed she had no partner but was doing the male equivalent of bonking the rope perch ;) :fear When she had finished and flew away........about five minutes later a paired couple of budgies also sat on the same section of rope. It is dusk, so when I saw him doing the same thing, I thought he was budgie bonking his partner. Then noticed she was beside him watching........as he too bonked the rope perch !! :fear Ken was beside himself cracking up with laughter. I was agog, thinking how I could cut that section of rope away to take away "temptation" :) Then I was thinking what if some innocent female budgie came and sat on the rope where he had just had his fun ?! :P Seriously guys, I now know what you are on about and what I have been laughing about all along...it's really true. Budgies do get erotic over inanimate objects. :hap:

 

Now I know someone is going to say it could be something in the water .... it has just occurred to me that I put worming stuff in their water today ;)

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okay Karen, I wake up to read this I am cracking up... :blink: :(Laughing out loud): I believe Bea has experience with Blinks in this area :)

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Do you think I can disguise this section of rope ?? I really don't want to look at it right now :)

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ha ha that is soo funny!! think yourself lucky though - my neighbours budgie does that with his big toe!!!! :)

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Karen, what would like to diguse it with :(Laughing out loud): - I bet the fuzzy stuff is what is making it the spot to be, can you remove it? Maybe put a toy there?

 

:(Laughing out loud): Cheeky too funny, I am glad that Pretty is not this hormonal yet.

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ha ha that is soo funny!! think yourself lucky though - my neighbours budgie does that with his big toe!!!! :)

Gross!! :blink: It's bad enough when weird little dogs hump your leg :hap:

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I have that happen, or how about when the big dog sticks his nose in your you know what :):

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Guest Bec

:hap: :hap: ;) OMG, I can't stop laughing...I know sooooo many animals that "you know what" some weird things! Quite a few of my budgies find bottlebrush flowers irresistible :blink: ....Scott also finds this sort of behaviour histerical :) :fear :fear

(Laughing out loud)....a toe...now that's histerical....and gross ;)

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I have that happen, or how about when the big dog sticks his nose in your you know what :fear:

:blink: :hap: :hap: I laughed so much I cried :);)

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Do you think I can disguise this section of rope ?? I really don't want to look at it right now :dbb1:

Nope, nothing will diguise the 'humping rope'. :D I've rearranged Blinkie's cage sooooo many times and he always finds something to hold onto so he can hump his perch. When i removed the rope he started humping other stuff. :wub: :(Laughing out loud):

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I never knew budgies humped until I joined this forum :wub:

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humped

 

ew i hate that word!

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The mind boggles :wub: :dbb1: :D

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All my pets have weird 'problems'. Blinkie humps his perch and flirts with the most ridiculous things (toes, fingers, carrots, etc) while Mickey (my jack russell) humps feet and his blanket. :wub: All the aviary budgies put on a 'charming' display whenever guests go out to say hello too. :dbb1:

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Both my fiance's nan's boy budgies used to hump the cage bars wildly. Budgies are obviously kinky little critters.

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I'm not looking forward to that behaviour. Agh!!!

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lmao!!! they are kinky little things aren't they!!! and its always hard to see the babies doing it!

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Guest Phoebe
:D None of my budgies has ever humped anything in all the years I have had them but I did have a cockatiel, Cricket, that did enough humping for a lifetime for me. His favourite thing was a big hunk of brocolli on top of his cage, he would eat it, hump it, eat it, hump and throw it down on the floor for me to pick up (and would scream until I did, just like all his million of toys). I would pick it up (wash my hands) and the whole process would start again. YUCK! :(:):(

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Guest Lin

Maybe you can pop some romantic candles near that bit of perch? Some romantic music too? :ausb: :rip: :( :bluebudgie:

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:ausb: None of my budgies has ever humped anything in all the years I have had them but I did have a cockatiel, Cricket, that did enough humping for a lifetime for me. His favourite thing was a big hunk of brocolli on top of his cage, he would eat it, hump it, eat it, hump and throw it down on the floor for me to pick up (and would scream until I did, just like all his million of toys). I would pick it up (wash my hands) and the whole process would start again. YUCK! :rip: :bluebudgie: :(

 

Oh my that is GROSS (Laughing out loud)

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Maybe you can pop some romantic candles near that bit of perch? Some romantic music too? :rip: :(:P :ausb:

:D Do you think they need encouragement ?! :bluebudgie:

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I think that is just to set the mood and make it more fun :bluebudgie:

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Well it wasn't a fluke .... I was on top of the aviary putting up iron sheets to make more of the aviary weatherproof. I went inside to check how it had turned out and the same young twin budgie was bonking the fuzzy bit of rope AGAIN !! :bluebudgie: He must have enjoyed it the first time enough to come back for seconds. I say HE cos its looking like that one is now....doing "the boy thing" on the rope.

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Girl budgies do that too. :bluebudgie:

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:rolleyes: Oh flip !! Now I am confused !! :D I must take photos and leave it up to the experts. I should get in there with the video, but I don't know how to do videos on here.

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