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Owls born outside of office window won’t stop staring at workers inside

Owls born outside of office window won’t stop staring at workers inside


It’s always nice to see animals in nature, just maybe not when they’re staring at you throughout your work day.

According to Michael Lens‘ a bunch of owls were born outside of their coworker’s windowsill recently, and now they’re all grown up.

Maybe they think his coworker is their dad? Either way, it’s both cute and unsettling.

After sending off the tweet, the window friends became excellent fodder for some Twitter owl puns:

If there were ever a time for owl puns, it would be now. Good work everybody.

This one isn’t an owl pun, but they make an interesting point:

I guess you would never act out of line if owls stared you down all day.

But really the question on everyone’s mind should’ve been this:

If it were me, I would ask the owls for a Hogwarts letter just in case. You never know.

Aside from the ripe comedy possibilities, Twitter felt it important to mention this guy:

And I’m glad they did, because  I have questions. What’s this one’s deal? Is that his way of trying to get a better look inside without hands? Does that one just have an old-fashioned hairdo?

At the end of the day, I would still choose owls at my window than no owls. So good luck with your new friends.

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