Lol, you'd better get used to lovebirds doing weird things.
My sister has two identical little buggers, and they're more trouble then a whole herd of monkeys. They love to rip things up, eat other birds' toes, purposefully hide my sister's things and then try to "look innocent," drop things on each other, and yes, soak their seeds. They're hilarious! This particular pair works together every so often. One holds the cage door open and the other hops through. Then sometimes the one who got out will hold the door for the other, but usually they run off and "laugh" at their outwitted partner. Lovebirds are very curious and they need a lot of entertainment. Plus they have a lot of strange habits. Have fun with her.
1 New Zealand White Bunny- Clover
1 Rhode Island Red Chicken- Cluck Everlasting (really old!)
1 Rottweiler mix - Sophia (or Pups)
1 cockatiel named Saphira
2 cats - Skittles the the kitten and Diamond Jack (Kit More fish of all sorts then you can count! My sister's lovebird, Shielab a tarantula, crickets, all named DinDin (Shielab's food) Random others, kept for short amounts of time, such as gopher snakes, pocket gophers, spiders, squirrels, etc...