A cartoon flamingo is a sign of strength, according to cartoonist and cartoonist Jeff Parker.
In an interview with The Associated Press, Parker, who has published more than 150 cartoon books, said cartoon flamingos are “a sign of a person who is a little weak.”
“They are very, very, vulnerable, and they are very vulnerable to the world,” he said.
“They’re a little vulnerable to being shot at,” Parker said.
“And they’re very vulnerable in a world where they’re just a little more vulnerable.”
In fact, cartoonists like him say that if a cartoon flamingoes, it’s a sign that the character is “too weak” to survive.
“You know, the most important thing to understand is that cartoons are a sign to people of strength,” Parker told the AP.
“It’s a good sign, especially in a cartooning world where it’s very easy to get the same things done, to get good drawings, but you don’t really know how to get them right,” he added.
A cartoon flamingoing is an illustration of the flamingo.
In many cartoons, flamingos and flamingos with wings are portrayed in various ways.
A flamingo’s wings are often used as weapons.