when the male thunderbirds want to court a female thunderbird they were having difficulty because they wanted to court 3 to 8 the female thunderbirds at the same time, so eventually the male thunderbirds became less interesting to the female thunderbirds, and they asked the pair of porpoises how they became a pair rather than a fleet of angry male and female thunderbirds that were always upset with the world and ESPECIALLY THE mistreatment of the female thunderbirds and their young thunderbird babies. The pair or porpoises let them know that the porpoise of courting another porpoise is to have a one male porpoise combined with one woman porpoise to make a family and children porpoises in the future. So God made them happy as one purpose of making a family of prayerfully united male combined with female porpoise to support all the other marine life that had similar purpose for their families. The thunderbirds would not listen and became hungry and asked for food but they would not listen to the porpoises so they had to look for food outside of the marine life in the ocean. Finally the male thunderbirds abandoned all the female thunderbirds and screamed for food from the skies and spotted bumblebees busy in the forests over the land and and scorpions busy on the rocks and sand. The bumblebees were so busy as a team over flowers and gardens and honey and had stingers as a big groups so the male thunderbirds avoided them and headed for the scorpions. And they swooped in and swallowed the scorpions, and that became their way. The female and children of the thunderbirds did not like the male thunderbirds so they went to bumblebees with their hungry children and found fruits, and orchards that eventually grew from the honey and hives and teams of bumblebees on the forest, rocks, sands, mountains, hills, valleys, rivers, lakes, and land. And slowly the children of the thunderbirds and the female thunderbirds learned that the ways of the scorpions on desert sand and male thunderbirds who abandoned them was a blessing to their children, because they loved the orchards and vineyards of food near the bumblebees and oceans of the pair of porpoises taught the young thunderbirds how to also catch fish from the ocean for the next generation of courting thunderbirds properly. Every young thunderbird learned the way of the pair of porpoises by only courting one female thunderbird at a time, and not kissing each other until their wedding day as the ocean provided the most fish and kelp for those young thunderbirds who lived as a pair of porpoise.