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Auth    9,592

I know all there is to know about tallbirds. Ask me a question. I'll answer it.

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Auth    9,592

How long does it take for a tallbird to respawn? How long does it take to hatch a smallbird?

 

Both actually happen to be about 3 days in-game.

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spencer320    154

Ok. Good to know... Thanks!

 

Here's another:

If Tallbird 1 got on a train heading East at 56 miles an hour and Tallbird 2 got on a train heading West at 67 miles an hour. How long would it take them to kill Wes? How long would it take for a smallbird to grow into adulthood and kill Wes.

 

2 part question! 

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the truthseeker    1,560

Ok. Good to know... Thanks!

 

Here's another:

If Tallbird 1 got on a train heading East at 56 miles an hour and Tallbird 2 got on a train heading West at 67 miles an hour. How long would it take them to kill Wes? How long would it take for a smallbird to grow into adulthood and kill Wes.

 

2 part question! 

After they would run up and peck the conductor to death, the train would derail, killing all Tallbirds, Teenbirds  and Smallbirds on the train. 

 

The bird, once in Smallbird state, becomes a Teenbird/Smallish tallbird in 10 full days. A Teenbird becomes a Tallbird in 18 full days  So, starting from when it's a Smallbird (assuming it's fed to maturity,) it will kill Wes on the 29th day from its Smallbird starting state 

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spencer320    154

Lol. Good answer!

 

Small birds take that long to become adults? Holy crap!! The only time I ever hatched one, he lasted maybe a day before he got killed. I have a chest full, I'm thinking about raising. Probably gonna need to pen them up after they hatch.

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Rosten    913

If there are 3 tallbirds standing around you in an equilateral triangle and the top birds leg is hurt, only allowing it to reach 1/3 of it's top speed, at what angle should you run to maximize your time to live?

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Spyro1    24

Lol. Good answer!

 

Small birds take that long to become adults? Holy crap!! The only time I ever hatched one, he lasted maybe a day before he got killed. I have a chest full, I'm thinking about raising. Probably gonna need to pen them up after they hatch.

doubt it will help. From my experience every ally I have had in DS will only be trapped behind a wall until you move about 2 screens away from the ally then it will teleport closer to you so walls probably wouldnt work.

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Auth    9,592

What is the air-speed velocity of an unladen tallbird?

 

400,000 KM a second

If there are 3 tallbirds standing around you in an equilateral triangle and the top birds leg is hurt, only allowing it to reach 1/3 of it's top speed, at what angle should you run to maximize your time to live?

 

You dig a tunnel.

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Auth    9,592

Lol. Good answer!

 

Small birds take that long to become adults? Holy crap!! The only time I ever hatched one, he lasted maybe a day before he got killed. I have a chest full, I'm thinking about raising. Probably gonna need to pen them up after they hatch.

 

Well, due to smallbird's preferred diets, and being that most medical professionals recommend feeding your smallbird at least 4 times a day,  that's 36 seeds you're going to need. For 1 day.  That's 10 days of 36 seeds, so 360 seeds. (Or berries) Now they should be teenbirds. Medical professionals recommend feeding teenbirds 8 times a day. 72 seeds a day, for 18 days, is 1,296 seeds. Add that up and in total you will need 

 

1,656 seeds. (Or berries, or other fruits and veggies)

 

I recommend just stocking up berries and only raising 3 at a time. Then you only need 12 seeds a day, which isn't that hard if you already stocked up, and only 120 for 10 days. then 24 seeds a day, and a total of 432. Add that together and it's only 

 

552 seeds. (or berries)

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spencer320    154

Well, due to smallbird's preferred diets, and being that most medical professionals recommend feeding your smallbird at least 4 times a day,  that's 36 seeds you're going to need. For 1 day.  That's 10 days of 36 seeds, so 360 seeds. (Or berries) Now they should be teenbirds. Medical professionals recommend feeding teenbirds 8 times a day. 72 seeds a day, for 18 days, is 1,296 seeds. Add that up and in total you will need 

 

1,656 seeds. (Or berries, or other fruits and veggies)

 

I recommend just stocking up berries and only raising 3 at a time. Then you only need 12 seeds a day, which isn't that hard if you already stocked up, and only 120 for 10 days. then 24 seeds a day, and a total of 432. Add that together and it's only 

 

552 seeds. (or berries)

 

DooDoo!!

That's alot of food. Screw all that! I'm just gonna have to cook up all those delicious eggs! Thanks for the info tho. You do seem to know everything there is to know about Tallbirds!

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Auth    9,592

 I'm just gonna have to cook up all those delicious eggs!

 

You monster. You cold hearted *******. Ending life so soon. You greedy, starving son of a *****. Cooking up innocent smallbirds for food. You disgust me. 

 

You could have at least raised one. 

 

You murderer.

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spencer320    154

You monster. You cold hearted *******. Ending life so soon. You greedy, starving son of a *****. Cooking up innocent smallbirds for food. You disgust me. 

 

You could have at least raised one. 

 

You murderer.

 

Lol. Ok so that link kinda freaked me out a bit. So in the name of science. I will raise one, but eat the others!! For science!!

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Battal    9,884

What's the geometrical meaning of the central extension of the Wilson of diffeomorphisms of the Tallbird?

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spencer320    154

What's the geometrical meaning of the central extension of the Wilson of diffeomorphisms of the Tallbird?

 

Can't wait to read the answer to this question.... Might just be CHECKMATE!!

 

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Kokojo    14

Many questions.

How many tallbirds does it take to screw a light bulb in?

How tall is a tallbird, in Kilometers?

Why don't tallbirds overheat, even if they are so fluffy?

What does a Tallbird eat?
 

A average sized Sisyphus is rolling a sleeping tallbird up his mountain. Considering the erosion pattern of the soil under the tallbird, how many trips would it take for the tallbird to stay stable once rolled at the top?

How many licks does it takes to get to a tallbird' center?

 

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spencer320    154

How many licks does it takes to get to a tallbird' center?

 

Really? Kinda gross. Not sure I want to know the answer.... of course I do. Curiosity is piqued!!

 

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Auth    9,592

What's the geometrical meaning of the central extension of the Wilson of diffeomorphisms of the Tallbird?

 

Potatoes. Duh.

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Auth    9,592

Many questions.

How many tallbirds does it take to screw a light bulb in?

How tall is a tallbird, in Kilometers?

Why don't tallbirds overheat, even if they are so fluffy?

What does a Tallbird eat?

 

A average sized Sisyphus is rolling a sleeping tallbird up his mountain. Considering the erosion pattern of the soil under the tallbird, how many trips would it take for the tallbird to stay stable once rolled at the top?

How many licks does it takes to get to a tallbird' center?

 

3,987,123,596,987

 

On average less than 0

 

They are similar to penguins pengulls, they can shift their feathers to cool down more

 

seeds, berries, nuts

 

40

 

You are a pervert, but I'll answer it anyway. 367

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the truthseeker    1,560

What is the air-speed velocity of an unladen tallbird?

 

What do you mean? African or European Tallbird? *Listens as the riddler says and what and doesn't know and is catapulted into the ravine below the bridge.*

How do I know so much about Tallbirds? You have to know these things when playing Don't Starve you know.

If there are 3 tallbirds standing around you in an equilateral triangle and the top birds leg is hurt, only allowing it to reach 1/3 of it's top speed, at what angle should you run to maximize your time to live?

the degree angle is FORTY TWO

 

DooDoo!!

That's alot of food. Screw all that! I'm just gonna have to cook up all those delicious eggs! Thanks for the info tho. You do seem to know everything there is to know about Tallbirds!

 

 

You monster. You cold hearted *******. Ending life so soon. You greedy, starving son of a *****. Cooking up innocent smallbirds for food. You disgust me. 

 

You could have at least raised one. 

 

You murderer.

Yes, HOW COULD YOU DO SUCH A THING?!

 

 

 

 

(Instead of cooking the eggs into waffles and Bacon and Eggs? :grin: )

 

What's the geometrical meaning of the central extension of the Wilson of diffeomorphisms of the Tallbird?

Since we're dealing with 3-dimensional and not 2-sphere dimensions, as well as "nature" creatures, I'd say the homogeneous space actually lists a Golden ratio as its fractal;. 

 

 

Get back to me when you plot it out....

 

Many questions.

How many tallbirds does it take to screw a light bulb in?

How tall is a tallbird, in Kilometers?

Why don't tallbirds overheat, even if they are so fluffy?

What does a Tallbird eat?

 

A average sized Sisyphus is rolling a sleeping tallbird up his mountain. Considering the erosion pattern of the soil under the tallbird, how many trips would it take for the tallbird to stay stable once rolled at the top?

How many licks does it takes to get to a tallbird' center?

  • Zero; they ignore the light bulbs
  • All attempts to measure the Tallbird has resulted in horrific pecking death. Care to see if you're the exception? (*Fears this will end badly later*)
  • It's Mad Superscience! If you want to disagree, speak to her
  • Tallbirds are asexual and self-sustaining. They do not eat (part of an experiment gone wrong as Maxwell will tell you.) Interestingly enough, the raising of its egg outside of its natural cycle means it starts off stunted and those birds MUST eat to "mature" (as mentioned in earlier posts.) Trying to make a freak of nature hatch from a freak of nature however means the eventual final Tallbird can never nest and reproduce however (assuming it survives to a Tallbird.) 
  • Why don't you go find out and see?

 

 

...1...2...3...

 

 

*is pecked to death*

3...

 

 

Lucky for you, I happened to have that Touchstone behind me; don't ask that question again without a resurrection device. 

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Auth    9,592

No-one got the reference. T-T

 

I'm sorry. I don't know why. For some reason I feel like I should hate you. There is just.. something.. inside us me that makes me feel like I should hate me you. 

 

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XirmiX    754

You monster. You cold hearted *******. Ending life so soon. You greedy, starving son of a *****. Cooking up innocent smallbirds for food. You disgust me.

You could have at least raised one.

You murderer.

Weirdobob is a bunnyman :D

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