Ah, the Indian koel, otherwise known as the asiatic cuckoo. How lovely.
Oh look it's really happy. I am happy too.
Im so glad I am in this bed listening to this wonderful koel. Hi koel.
Yes, very nice.
Err, yes I get it. Another note perhaps?
What a lovely bird. What pleasant cooing in the morning.
Ah poor thing, must have been alarmed last time.
OK that must have been the practice note. This is quite a nice pitch indeed
Yes da raja.
Nee paadu da kanna
Sigh. Koel ki kook nyaari, papiha ki bol pyari. Very good. Now go away and let me sleep. OK? OK.
Sleeep. Bird gone. Must sleep. Slleeeeeeep. Mmmmm.
Shoo birdie, enough. Papa must sleep. Go, shoo.
Oh shut the hell up freakshow, or I'll wring your neck now!
Wail. I cant take this any more
Crash thud (chair flying out of window at source of sound)
Sob Sob!! Mommieeee!!
Several hours and many, MANY Coo's later:
Haha. Hello hello, what is name? I want lolipop.
Yes yes, yesterday only took headbath. Hi Snehalatha. I have 3 cans of buttermilk.
Hahahahaha. Subbanna, please bring my friend Prince Ivan a rosy cheeked apple and some chocolate fondue.
Yes thank you I have officially and truly gone cuckoo.
I love you, my big jamoon tree, but just let me get my hands on your little blue neck, you, you... 'orrible, 'orrible bird!
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