WTF!?^^ double u tee eff ... Ok wat exactli is celtic and thrush?! vaginal thrush !? oMGGggg ... here's what i found...
Celtic Pronounced (Kel-tik)
A branch of the Indo-European family of languages. Celtic includes Welsh and Breton. Celtic languages are geographically linked to western Europe
spread widely over Europe in the pre-Christian era
ancient tribe living about 1000 years after Stonehenge was built; at one time thought to be the builders of Stonehenge
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Celts link to wikipedia! eheheh
Now what the fuck is a song thrush?
As i recently discovered....it is a bird!!! double u tee eff?!^^
About the birdy
The Song Thrush (Turdus philomelos) is a common European member of the thrush family Turdidae.
It is commonly found in well-vegetated woods and gardens over all of Europe south of the Arctic circle, except Iberia.They have also been introduced into Australia, although only a small population around Melbourne survives. Many birds move south during the winter, although some western populations are resident. This species has also been introduced in other parts of the world.
Song Thrushes are omnivorous, eating a wide range of insects, earthworms, snails and berries. They often use a favourite stone as an "anvil" to smash snail shells against.
They do not form flocks, although several birds may be loosely associated in suitable habitat.
Song Thrushes, at about 22–23 cm long and 70–90 g in weight, are smaller than Blackbirds, Turdus merula. Sexes are similar, with plain brown backs and neatly spotted underparts. The breast is washed with buff.
They nest in bushes or hedges, laying four or five eggs (bright glossy blue with black spots) in a neat cup-shaped nest lined with clay. The female incubates for about 14 days; the young fledge in about the same time. Song Thrushes may raise two or three broods in a year.
Yupp.... weird ass origins n meaning.... whats ur name mean? ^^