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Blue/Green
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don´t understand this.

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The crow was talking to himself after seeing his reflection in the water.
He wondered whether he was beautiful, concluded aesthetic standards of
beauty were relative.

He asked whether there were birds uglier than he. He said "sure."
But on the question of whether there were any birds prettier than
he is, he said, no. So while he seems philosophical and modest,
regarding Beauty, he is certain than really...no bird is better looking
than he is.

People typically talk to their pet birds, asking the bird
"Who's a pretty bird?"....the same way people with dogs
play with their pet and say "Who's a good boy?"-----The
implied answer is "Me." (the dog or the bird)
 

Shaddock

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V.I.P Member
The crow was talking to himself after seeing his reflection in the water.
He wondered whether he was beautiful, concluded aesthetic standards of
beauty were relative.

He asked whether there were birds uglier than he. He said "sure."
But on the question of whether there were any birds prettier than
he is, he said, no. So while he seems philosophical and modest,
regarding Beauty, he is certain than really...no bird is better looking
than he is.

People typically talk to their pet birds, asking the bird
"Who's a pretty bird?"....the same way people with dogs
play with their pet and say "Who's a good boy?"-----The
implied answer is "Me." (the dog or the bird)

thanks very much for explaining : )
 

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