Owls.9:20:00 AMPaul Clemente
Here at Construx we are very public about our love for all things cat. We raise awareness every Saturday for all cat related issues, sharing the love that cats give us on a daily basis. Sadly, our love for cats sometime distract us from the other glorious gift placed on our planet, owls (cats' only natural enemy).
Owls were invented in 1830, by part time mad scientist, Liam Owlington. Liam invented owls to solve the rampant rodent problem that plagued his small London suburb, and perform entry level magic to entertain children of the village. He created almost too perfect of a killing machine, as most evil inventions tend to go awry the owl was no exception.
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The word of the massacre and fall of the William monarchy, spread throughout the world giving owls a reputation of being a bad omen throughout the world. In Aztec culture, the God of Death Mictlantechi, was often depicted as being accompanied by an owl. Arabic and African cultures still see the owl as a harbinger of death. It was only the naive and young American culture revered owls as wise and powerful due to murdering William IV the long time rival of the budding nation.
parliament) but hunt individually. Once finished, they will party at a location (usually a tree) determined before the nightly hunt. Owls are infamous partiers, and spread their debauchery within the area that they hunt and feed. The leader of the parliament, depicted with a monocle, once earns the title by defeating all challengers in a series of complicated riddles, never pays for drinks until his title is taken or he is killed. The owls will party until dawn, or until the entire parliament comes back from spreading feces, and vomit over the homes of their eaten victims.
Overall, owls and humans have enjoyed several decades of peace and they should be recognized as one of the premier creatures on this planet. If you see an owl in your adventures between now and later, please be quiet, they party hard.