PLEASE pay special attention to this post as it contains a very important announcement! Ever wanted to take out pigs or crazy little monkeys with a slingshot? Yea I thought you did. Imagine having the ability to fling a bird 300 yards and collapse a whole fricking building right on the head of an annoying little, egg stealing, pig! Impressed? yea me too!
I’m glad you’ve read this far because I want to share with you one of my newist passions. The game is called Angry Birds! Ya see the birds are angry because the pigs and monkies keep stealing their eggs. Check out the video below and you’ll get an idea of how angry these birds really get!
In the game you get to fling these birds across the screen and topple buildings to try to free your bird friends and kill the various animals that steal your eggs.
So here comes the big announcement: As some of you may have figured out by now when I get into something I charge at it 190%. I’ve realized in my first two hours of playing Angry Birds Rio (right before I made this post) that I’m going to make a major change to my fishing blog. Yep you got it. Over the next few weeks the Functioning Fishaholics will go through a transformation and become “Angry Birds and Anger Management”. Its got a nice ring to it don’t ya think?
Anyway as you can see I’ve already changed the background and some of the layout and logos of the site. In the upcoming days I’m going to replace the fish count page with a “Angry Birds Tournament Results” page. I also think I’m going to make a permanent chat room so that everybody can post their high scores and talk smack in real time.
I’m also thinking of opening a web store and selling Angry Birds plushies. I mean they’re kinda for kids but I think adults will like em too.
I’m pretty confident that the fisherman and hunters that frequent my page will quickly see the value of having a site devoted to hunting pigs and monkeys using only a slingshot and birds. I mean there are always spare birds around right?
Have you ever played Angry birds? Are you currently thinking about how Angry Birds makes for great anger management? Leave us a comment below!