Hello folks who wonder if sneezing while wearing your face mask is the new peeing with your pants on,

Depending on whether you have been paying attention or not, you might have or not realized how times have changed in the last 20 years.

Take for example, in 2001 you would order food at a restaurant because it tasted good. Now, you will order food that will look good on social media. Similarly, trying to find dates back then meant one would get hammered at the bar to lower your inhibitions and approach that attractive person across the other side of the bar. Nowadays, one would simply use one of the several dating apps and keep on swiping till you find someone who will look great when you take a selfie with them on social media.

Pigeons do not have access to those apps even during these modern times, so they have to find their partners the old-school way. This is what you might see in a place where pigeons frequent in your town.


Now, seeing pigeons in real life for a lot of people is thanks but no thanks. Usually, those same people will blame pigeons for everything that is wrong in this world but that is them just denying their inner demons. If you hang around for a while you might get to see something like this.

A male pigeon seeking a female pigeon will pursue its intended mate by following it and getting a little touchy-feely.

This chase will last for some time, while the female is testing to check if the male is going to be a dedicated parent.

Often the males, if the typical wooing doesn't work, will try a new strategy. To display how alpha they are among the group of pigeons will fluff their breast feathers and drag their tail which makes them look way bigger than they actually are.

If the female does not feel this would be the ideal partner, she will not give in to the male pigeon's advances or if this keeps on dragging long enough the male will get the message and stop following the female pigeon all around and call it off for the day. If that happens, that hulk male pigeon will transform back to a regular pigeon.

If the male advances are reciprocated, as an act of sealing this relationship before the couple mates, the male will present its open beak into which the female inserts her beak. The male will then regurgitate some semi-digested seed which is the equivalent of buying a shiny rock worth 3 months of your annual salary for the partner. Aww, just looking at this couple in love makes my heart melt. Yay to more pigeon poop on cars in the future.

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