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A couple of weeks ago, a magpie landed on the OP's bedroom windowsill
Goodbye relaxing mornings in bed, I guess I have a new alarm clock!
Redditors had fun in the comments with this story. Some even called the OP a Disney princess and the OP also replied a handful of comments.
Here are a bunch of the topmost comments from redditors below so go ahead and enjoy!
This Redditor would love for this to happen to them
How the OP should have started out
This Redditor calls it a win
This Redditor is telling the OP to reward them with food
A word of warning
The OP is a Disney princess
A family of wood peckers
You marry the whole family
How woodpeckers announce their territory
This Redditor wants to be a Disney princess too
Building a box might help
Magpies would probably consider them as food
You earned the trust of a wild animal
You'll never be late for work again
The nutritional quality is damaging for them
They would not let her earn food
This Redditor loves the story
This Redditor has a similar story to share
Do not make friends with a wild bird flock
Magpies move in slow, deliberate steps that give the impression that they are strutting rather than simply strolling. They frequently construct enormous nests with two entrances.
The range of chirps, squeals, warbles, whistles and other sounds that magpies produce is well known. They also have a reputation for being aggressive birds because of this trait.
So the OP is definitely in for a long ride with these birds.