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"My people have worked out many, many things to do with feathers."
Tags:feather, feathers, indian, indians, native american, native americans, chief, chiefs, headdress, headdresses, style, styles, stylish, stylishness, innovation, innovations, innovator, innovators, innovating, decoration, decorations, first nation, first nations, tribe, tribes, tribal leader, tribal leaders, tribal elder, tribal elders, dress up, dresses up, dressing up, outfit, outfits, costume, costumes, costuming
"I thought you liked museum reproductions."
"Kinda leaning towards the horns..."
"Where do you get such nice fruit this time of year?"
Tags:winter, winters, wintertime, wintertimes, winter time, winter times, fruit, fruits, fruit and veg, seasonal food, seasonal foods, seasonal fruit, seasonal fruits, fruit and vegetables, seasonal vegetable, seasonal vegetables, in season, food shop, food shopping, grocery shop, grocery shopping, food shops, grocery shopping, food store, food stores, grocery stores, grocery stores, costume, costumes, dress up, dressing up, dress-up, dressing-up, fruit hat, fruit hats, headdress, headdresses, fruit headdresses, fruit headdress, snow, snowing
An angry group of Bald Eagles have finally found the person who has their former feathers
'What sort of hat?'
How the Mayans chose the date of the Apocalypse.
Tags:apocalypse, date, dates, calendar, calendars, mayan, mayans, ink, quill, quills, aztec, aztecs, headdress, feather, feathers, month, months, year, years, end of the world, finish, end, prediction, predictions, chose, choose, choosing, chosen, decide, decision, decided, empire, empires, the argyle sweater, argyle sweater
Bird prosecutes a redskin for stealing his plumage.
Red Indian takes feathers for headdress leaving an irritated bird behind.
The Native American Indian Poet
Angry Chief's feathers rise with his hackles.
'The shop lost my headress.'
Just trying to make an honest buck.
'I told you to not use my war bonnet for dusting.'
'Chief, you gotta get a different war-bonnet!'
'I'm afraid it's fruit flies.'
Native Americans flirting.
Hiawatha day, New York City, 1974
"What the heck Carl?! That is seriously culturally insensitive."
Tags:dinosaur, dino, dinos, cultural appropriation, culturally inappropriate, feather, feathers, dinosaurs, bird, birds, evolution, culture, cultural, appropriation, insensitive, insensitivity, reptile, reptiles, scales, american, indian, indigenous, american, headdress, indigenous people, t-rex, t rex, tyrannosaurs rex, tyrannosaurs
"I am not spending $2,356 on your school clothes! That's crazy!"