I don't actually, although I suppose I could always - no, probably better not. There is this though - I went to the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition today, and one of the sections was a very good portfolio of photos of birds of paradise. From the description of one of the photos:
Having persuaded a female to approach, the male 12-wired bird-of-paradise twisted the lower part of its body left to right, brushing the female’s face repeatedly with its tail wires.
This is fine, but, it does seem a little unfair that when I brushed a female's face repeatedly with my tail wires I had to appear in Crown Court, and I was subsequently forced to sign the sex offender's register. Honestly, it's one rule for the 12-wired bird-of-paradise and another for me.
[Proper post, with actual non-frivolous content to follow soon. Possibly tomorrow, depending on whether or not I sleep properly tonight.]