The defining features of a bird profile [pic]

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1. A sloped forehead, similar to the rounded head of our feathered friends.
2. Curved downwards and over-protruding, the bird's nose is one of the more defining features.
3. As seen in many parrot species, the upper beak is further forward, just like the lips of the bird profile.
4 & 5. The combined recessed jaw and low hyoid bone exhibits the rounded shape of an avian head.
6. Some birds have prominent bones in their upper chest, mirroring the prominent Adam's apple.
7. Forward head posture. Another key feature. 
8. Long and spindly limbs. Seemingly incapable of supporting the bird's body in day-to-day activities.

Remember: The bird always looks worse in natural light outdoors.
 

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Hideous posture. That hair cut doesn't suit you either. It makes your back of the skull seem flat.
 

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The posture is most likely caused by airway problems because of his retrognathic profile.  Pearching his head forward opens up the airway some, you can also tell by the jutting out Adam's apple.   I'm willing to bet an orthodontist made him have bicuspid extractions before he finished puberty.
 
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sticky worthy thread.
spot on analysis of the common avian subhuman.


double jaw surgery is basically a neccesity for those creatures
 

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Workcell said:
The posture is most likely caused by airway problems because of his retrognathic profile.  Pearching his head forward opens up the airway some, you can also tell by the jutting out Adam's apple.   I'm willing to bet an orthodontist made him have bicuspid extractions before he finished puberty.
And you'd be right
 
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style said:
Hideous posture. That hair cut doesn't suit you either. It makes your back of the skull seem flat.
^Retard response.

His posture is that way most likely to compensate for his restricted airways, its a bone deficency. Sure he could force a proper posture but its not going to solve the cause and he will soon revert back to his original head posture whenever he doesnt focus on it.
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Also I was the original inventor of avian self depreciation. Never 5get.
 

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sensorydeprivation said:
style said:
Hideous posture. That hair cut doesn't suit you either. It makes your back of the skull seem flat.
^Retard response.

His posture is that way most likely to compensate for his restricted airways, its a bone deficency. Sure he could force a proper posture but its not going to solve the cause and he will soon revert back to his original head posture whenever he doesnt focus on it.
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Also I was the original inventor of avian self depreciation. Never 5get.

That might be part of it, but I know from experience that I was able to change my posture from terrible to decent just by forcing it and letting the muscles re-balance. I probably couldn't develop perfect posture without help from a professional, but I was able to create a significant improvement.

Neck posture is the hardest to fix, so that could be related to airway problems. I found it easier to fix my hunched back and slouching shoulders.
 
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Amud said:
sensorydeprivation said:
^Retard response.

His posture is that way most likely to compensate for his restricted airways, its a bone deficency. Sure he could force a proper posture but its not going to solve the cause and he will soon revert back to his original head posture whenever he doesnt focus on it.
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Also I was the original inventor of avian self depreciation. Never 5get.

That might be part of it, but I know from experience that I was able to change my posture from terrible to decent just by forcing it and letting the muscles re-balance. I probably couldn't develop perfect posture without help from a professional, but I was able to create a significant improvement.

Neck posture is the hardest to fix, so that could be related to airway problems. I found it easier to fix my hunched back and slouching shoulders.
If you have scoliosis or any other underlying issue then youre just exacerbating the issue by use of muscular compensation.
 

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sensorydeprivation said:
Amud said:
That might be part of it, but I know from experience that I was able to change my posture from terrible to decent just by forcing it and letting the muscles re-balance. I probably couldn't develop perfect posture without help from a professional, but I was able to create a significant improvement.

Neck posture is the hardest to fix, so that could be related to airway problems. I found it easier to fix my hunched back and slouching shoulders.
If you have scoliosis or any other underlying issue then youre just exacerbating the issue by use of muscular compensation.

I don't believe it. Bad posture is caused by a number of factors, but one of them is having imbalanced muscles. Correcting this imbalance isn't going to be bad for you, it's always going to benefit you.
 
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Amud said:
sensorydeprivation said:
If you have scoliosis or any other underlying issue then youre just exacerbating the issue by use of muscular compensation.

I don't believe it. Bad posture is caused by a number of factors, but one of them is having imbalanced muscles. Correcting this imbalance isn't going to be bad for you, it's always going to benefit you.
Not if its caused by a bone deficiency. Then you will cause excessive wear and tear on your body with the result being immobility and pain later on in life.
 

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sensorydeprivation said:
style said:
Hideous posture. That hair cut doesn't suit you either. It makes your back of the skull seem flat.
^Retard response.

His posture is that way most likely to compensate for his restricted airways, its a bone deficency. Sure he could force a proper posture but its not going to solve the cause and he will soon revert back to his original head posture whenever he doesnt focus on it.
The cause won't make the posture any better.
 

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Nautical said:
lol why would you do this to yourself
If my theory is right (see above) it was primarily an orthodontist that did this to him.  I have this and I know for a fact that's what caused it in my case.  I have seen enough specialists and had enough scans to say that with confidence. 

Double jaw surgery is likely to fix it, but you are going to have to pay out of pocket most likely, no insurance is going to cover it unless you have gross dental misalignment which would have been "fixed" by orthodontists.
 
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