1. β€’
    convocation of eagles
    convocations the events are boring af, but a convocation of eagles sounds like, righteous
  2. β€’
    murder of crows
    I mean wouldn't it be cool if you could refer to your friends as your murder? like let's get the murder together for drinks tonight.
  3. β€’
    army of caterpillars
    I like this for patronizing reasons. like caterpillars could be an effective army.
  4. β€’
    pride of lions
    this just feels like an obvious staple right?
  5. β€’
    flock of sheep or geese
    flock makes the list for its versatility. geese and sheep have nothing in common and yet?? they do. flock.
  6. β€’
    sleuth of bears
  7. β€’
    flamboyance of flamingos
    all I'm getting is: πŸ’…πŸΌπŸ’…πŸΌπŸ’…πŸΌπŸ’…πŸΌπŸ’…πŸΌ
  8. β€’
    coalition of cheetahs
    I have always said cheetahs mean business. you can bet for damn sure the Coalition of Cheetahsβ„’ does not suffer fools
  9. β€’
    rookery of albatross
    I wish I had known about this for AP English when we read the rime of the ancient mariner, but alas. I will have to find a way to naturally work it into conversation now to make up. there are a lot of scenarios where it could work though, I think. ie, "wow what a beautiful day, perhaps we will spot a rookery of albatross" or "cute top, it reminds me of a rookery of albatross"
  10. β€’
    tower of giraffes
    I like this for its lack of subtlety
  11. β€’
    crash of rhinos
    I'm getting a strong onomatopoeia vibe from this so
  12. β€’
    cloud of grasshoppers
    uh this visual actually is horrifying?
  13. β€’
    cackle of hyenas
    feels like the guy in charge of the giraffe noun was also in charge of this? I like his style tho
  14. β€’
    zeal of zebras
    5 points for alliteration