Some fascinating news coming out of the bird community today! It has long been accepted that bird have quite a bit of variety in their waking hours, with some birds committed to rising early, whilst others are a touch lazy, and find themselves missing valuable nutrition as a consequence of their late rise.
But this morning, a very early bird got the worm. Unfortunately, ‘Caw,’ as he is known to his friends, is still pretty tired, and would love a coffee if you’ve got one.
If you don’t have a coffee, a Red Bull or a V would do, but a coffee really would be ideal, if that’s alright.
Whilst eating a worm is a good achievement in the morning, and probably validates Caw’s decision to wake up as early as he did, it doesn’t take away from the bleariness and laziness that typifies the rest of Caw’s day after he woke up early.
There’s also a sense of emptiness for the rest of your day, when you begin by getting the worm. Whilst it’s certainly easier to get the worm early, it becomes less of a challenge, and the accomplishment of the hunt is partly lost.
Some make the argument that if Caw gets the worm early, he can fill his day with other productive activities. But for someone who largely lives for the moment he can eat the worm, there are some concerns that Caw will be cast adrift if he continues to get up early.
Intriguing things coming out of the bird community. Probably no more to come, this is one of the dumbest ideas we’ve ever done.