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Photoshoppers Give Birds The Human Arms They've Always Wanted

(Image Link) You know what all birds wish they could wear, even just for one day? Human arms and hands, because as hard as they try to rock, and as much as they try to kick ass in the animal kingdom, their wings just aren't cutting the mustard. (Image Link) Wings can't be formed into devil horns, they can't punch suckas in the face and they can't hold firearms, not effectively anyway, which is why birds are eternally envious of our human ability to flex and fire.
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