Elephants and the Yellow Bird Cocktail

By: Daniel Adams


Elephants and the yellow bird cocktail

How to approach an elephant

Did you know that elephants are the only mammals that can’t jump? Furthermore, they are the only animals in the world with four knees? Well, now your day is complete. I saw an elephant once at my local zoo. I fed it some leaves or bananas or something like that, I don’t know what they eat. If you want to know more about elephants, then do your own research.

If you don't write it down...

The Yellow Bird Cocktail has nothing to do with those weird, grey looking things. It was invented in the Caribbean, or someplace hot that the British once colonized. In fact, some believe that it has nothing to do with a bird.

Instead, the name comes from Galliano, a monkey-sick-colored Italian liqueur housed in the tallest bottle ever made. So, no birds or elephants have anything to do with this cocktail. Or if they do, no one bothered to write it down.

Why  does no one ever write to me? 

If you are interested in reading more about this cocktail or buying an elephant, please contact me. I have the means to make both happen. Remember, an elephant is for life, not just for when your drunk and you want to take selfies with a four-kneed, wrinkly unforgetting thing.

Yellow bird cocktail


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Photo by Wynand Uys on Unsplash

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