Day 279: Brunch Stations

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While there are many preferences feathered and featherless beings will never share in common, luckily both really seem to enjoy “dining.”

This can open up new opportunities for cultural exchange…..and brunch invitations.

And you said this style of dining is called "brunch stations," Mom?
So here I am at the “cultural exchange brunch.” And you said this style of dining is called “brunch stations,” Mom?
What an intriguing custom....don't mind if I do.
What an intriguing custom….these dishes look tasty….don’t mind if I do.
Although I think it is better to put the brunch into containers so it doesn't keep trying to escape.
Although I think it is better to put the brunch into containers so it doesn’t keep trying to escape.
Wily little sucker. But you're no match for my keen black eyes and sharp curved beak.
How odd. I would have thought the large featherless beings much too sedentary to enjoy chasing their prey around the dinner table like I do.
How odd - I really would have thought the large featherless beings too sedentary to enjoy this style of "chase and kill your prey" brunch.
I can’t think where they might have picked up a custom like this…..

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Published by Shannon Cutts

Cockatiel, redfoot tortoise & box turtle mama. Pet & people blogger.

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