Twitter User Makes Bizarre Realization About Big Bird’s Name And Freaks Everyone Out
I actually don’t recall watching much of Sesame Street growing up but I of course knew all about those puppets whose goal was to make sure you learned your numbers and your ABC’s. And even if you have never seen an episode of Sesame Street in your life you know all about that big yellow bird.
But now a Twitter user named tomwalkerisgood has just pointed out something about Big Bird that might change things forever. Check out his tweet below.
As his name is not “Biggest Bird”, we are to understand that Sesame Street is home to at least one, perhaps more, truly immense unseen birds
— TOMb (@tomwalkerisgood) October 11, 2017
That’s right, boys and girls, there are probably giant birds flying around that neighborhood, plucking people off the ground. And that thought alone has freaked Twitter out. Have a look at some of the responses below.
Tom. Thanks to you i will never sleep again
— froghoul (@tubapocalypse) October 11, 2017
It must be full on Jurassic Park behind the camera. https://t.co/U6ELzStDmt
— Robert Brinkmann (@bobbrinkmann) October 12, 2017
Y’all his name is legit just “Big Bird” and he’s written as a 6 and 1/2 year old. He’s not the “biggest” yet cuz he’s still growin. https://t.co/dgwBfyu3Cv
— Silversora (@smol_crevette) October 12, 2017
or he’s waiting to evolve into his final form
— Erica Packington (@Erica_Jane_MP) October 11, 2017
— oppa yaml file (@tef_ebooks) October 12, 2017
yo big bird was my biggest fear for a solid 5 years of my life https://t.co/yg8YPBPLgy
— Ellen Miller (@ellenmillerr) October 12, 2017
Sesame Street canonically takes place within the largest bird of all- Kolob the Destroyer.
— Elizabeth Farrelly (@quantum_scumbag) October 11, 2017
negative bird, bird, big bird, biggest bird, infinite bird. he holds all the cards.
— The Living Fred (@fredrick_med_ck) October 11, 2017
Unless “Big” is a proper noun a la the sex in the city character, Mr. Big, in which case Big Bird is the last of his kind & terribly alone
— nick roth (@nickproth) October 11, 2017
Big Bird is still a child so im pretty sure there are much larger adult Birds living in or around Sesame Street (if they arent extinct..)
— simone (@iscreamforlife) October 11, 2017
This tweet lifted me after a hard day at work (& now can’t stop postulating about immensity and reason for non-disclosure of said giant birds) pic.twitter.com/Kytht5qwD0
— KaTwit (@Katwit69) October 11, 2017
Consider this: what if the Cookie Monster is still only in its infant stage?
— Dolfin Tapi Hantu (@PuffyCurry) October 11, 2017
So make sure to tell your kid that there are huge birds roaming around Sesame Street, quietly hunting their next meal.