We've all been there at some point in our lives, bored out of our minds and making our own bit of fun however we could.
Recently, some birds in Australia couldn't resist a whirlybird on a roof, turning themselves into living, breathing whirlybirds.
The video of the corellas has amassed more than 1.3 million views since being posted to Facebook in little more than a day.
While well-mannered here as they politely take turns spinning, the birds aren't held in high regard down under. Western Australia's Department of Environment and Conservation classifies them as destructive "because of their flocking nature and their habit of chewing for bill maintenance."
For now, we'll just classify them as a bunch of goofballs.
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