This morning's lecture, class, will be devoted to the mating habits of the blondis sexualis dirticus, commonly known as the down and dirty blonde.
The basic habitat of the blondis, according to the above cited video source, is the Bay Area, about two miles in either direction of Alcatraz and Dirty Harry Callahan's favorite laundromat. But their nestings can be traced world-wide.
By day, their flight pattern, says our guide, Jon Martin (doing a bad impersonation of Robin Leach) can be traced to the modeling profession but by night, well, you know the saying old chap.... a wet bird never flies at night. And there are plenty of wet birds, here, if you know what I mean.
The Amber Lynnus takes it any which way but loose but generally from the Gary Vann Warbler. The Tiffany DuPont sapsucker is well-known for her ability to hum tunes to the Jamie Gillis in the most sexual of throaty calls. The gold crested Nina Hartley spreads her plummage in a manner most enticing offering beckon to virtually every male within wet shot.
I dare say, this is a rather intriguing study of sexual activity - especially the group interaction where all of these feathers flock together. Perhaps a little, or should I say, a lot short of verbal interaction. However, it does seem to get to the heart of the matter rather quickly and graphically in its provocatively terse manner.