Two birds walk into the Philadelphia airport Admirals Club bar. They sit down and the first bird asks the bartender, “you got any bread?” The Admirals Club bartender replies, “No, sorry.”
The second bird then asks, “Have you got any bread?” And the bartender starts getting angry: “we haven’t got any bread, what do you think this is a Delta Sky Club?”
The first bird then asks again, “Hey, mate, have you got bread?” That’s it. The bartended is furious. He looks at the two birds and says “No. No bread in the Admirals Club. If you ask me again I’m mgonna nail your beaks to the bar!”
The second bird chirps, “Have you got any nails?” And the bartender responds, “No, no nails either.” So the first bird bird asks the bartender, “Do you have any bread?”
Yesterday I shared video of two birds flying around the American Airlines Admirals Club in Philadelphia. According to staff there, the first bird arrived months ago and the second on in early August.
After I brought it to the airline’s attention they let me know they’re now “working with a local company to safely remove the birds.”
Now another reader passes along video of the two birds – rather than flying here they’re walking around the entrance to the club.
The primary reason for writing about the birds was a pun – so I could point out that if both birds stay too long it’s a real issue since American Airlines allows only one carrion.