- Fiesta like there’s no mañana.
- Flock, yeah!
- Happy Birthday, Sunshine.
- Why fit in when you were born to stand out.
- Let the festivities begin.
- I’m putting my foot down.
- You’re in the Pink.
- Embrace your inner Flamingo.
- Birds of a feather flock together.
- Stand tall darling.
- What the flock?
- Pretty in Pink.
- I love you more than anything in the world combined.
- Bitch, I’m fabulous.
A flock of flirting flamingos is pure, passionate, pink pandemonium; a frenetic flamingle-mangle, a discordant discotheque of delirious dancing, flamboyant feathers and flamingo lingo. ~Charley Harper
In the wild, the tropical wading birds have long legs with backward-bending knees, long curvy necks, and most noticeably, they are pink.
Flamingos signify beauty, balance and grace. They’re also mad fun! They’re as tropical as a cocktail with a party hat. Flock your birthday buds! Send love from the tropics! A great birthday card, or boyfriend card or mother’s day gift.
Plastic lawn flamingos!
Plastic lawn flamingos are an American cultural icon introduced in 1957 by artist Don Featherstone when the color pink was in vogue, and America’s exploding population of suburbanites sought to add flair to their lawns.The plastic bird also became a target of pranksters, who swiped the ornaments from front yards, took them on the road, and then sent photos to their owners showing the kidnapped birds in front of sights like the Grand Canyon or Eiffel Tower. In the 21st century, they are considered endangered. Efforts are underway to revive the art form, and in 2009 Madison, Wisconsin named the plastic pink flamingo the city’s official bird. They are one of the most famous lawn ornaments in the United States, along with the garden gnome. There are more plastic flamingos in America than there are real ones.
See also Shocking Pink Flamingo.