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Day 330: A Chew to a Kill

As previously discussed in detail, any actor worth his ratings should be able to emulate that greatest of all on-screen stars, James Bond.

Here, in his own one-avian re-make of Bond’s hit film “A View to a Kill,” our feathery hero proves he deserves to be counted among the all-time acting greats.

Love & Feathers is proud to present “A Chew to a Kill,” starring Pearl Cutts!

"Bond" wastes no time closing in on the fierce (and crispy) prey.
The star appears, and instantly closes in on the fierce (and crispy) prey.
Showcasing moves only 007 himself could pull off, he chomps down on the prey's jugular.
Showcasing moves only 007 himself could pull off, he chomps down – right on the prey’s jugular!
"Bond" pauses for a snack (chomping is hard work!)
The feathery star then pauses briefly for a snack (chomping is hard work!)
He resumes chewing, sending a clear message to the prey that an  escape attempt is futile.
He resumes his chewing, sending a clear message to the prey with each chomp that any escape attempt would be futile.
Chewing steadily now, "Bond" immobilizes the prey from head to toe.
Chewing swiftly and steadily now, he immobilizes the prey from head to toe.
The feathery and photogenic star obliges his screaming, fainting fans by posing for a quick photo "with prey."
The feathery and photogenic star finally obliges his screaming, fainting fans by posing for a quick photo “with prey.”
Completing a full body scan, he pronounces the prey "expired."
Completing a full body scan, he pronounces the prey “completely killed.”

The End.

The curtain remains open.

The (um) stage is set for the after-show VIP reception.

After the performance, hors d'oeuvres are served (compliments of the prey).
At the VIP reception, hors d’oeuvres are served (compliments of the prey).
Fans wait politely until "Bond" has eaten his fill (using the extra time to snap more fan photos).
Fans wait (and wait, and wait) politely until the star VIP has eaten his fill.

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

10 thoughts on “Day 330: A Chew to a Kill

  1. It didn’t stand a chance!

    1. No it didn’t, Jeanne-Bond made sure of it!:)

  2. Oh no, only 35 more days to go!

    1. Haha, Michelle – yes, Pearl and his mommy are pondering that right now! We must come up with a plan for a sequel 🙂

      1. Yay! Don’t stop please. Pearl is a star after all!

  3. Ah – yes he is! And Pearl’s large featherless press secretary is hard-pressed to keep up with him! 😉

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