Thursday, 7 April 2016

Feeling Peckish?

Woman finds a bird's nest in her bush.


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  1. She didn't offer the other woman any. How rude!

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  2. I was so concerned that someone's eye would be poked with those shears...

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    1. If she had poked it out, she would have eaten that too. I find it difficult to respect nations that do not use proper cutlery.

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    2. She may not have used the proper cutlery, but she didn't make any mess. Good thing too as I didn't see a napkin anywhere.

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  3. Of course she does...
    Mind you, if she does that with slugs as well, she can come and do for me in my garden. She may last a few hours until I release the massive, fecking hungry eagles.xx

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    1. She'd be a boon in the garden, especially at this time of year, better still if Bill Oddie and his team from Spring watch is there, watching through binoculars. I like the way she continues to clip her bush after devouring the baby chicks. Mmmm camucamu.

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  4. I am never eating anything that originates east of Italy again.

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  5. That goes for me too, I'm very suspicious of their eating establishments, filthy pigs.

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  6. Makes scoffing a packet of chocolate digestives in one sitting seem fairly civilised.
    Sx

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    1. It certainly does. I sat and scoffed a whole box of Jaffa Cakes on Easter Sunday, whilst watching Carry On At Your Convenience, I was bored witless.

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    1. Would that be a KFC-Bargain Bucket you're after?

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    2. It's so much more civilized when you fry that creatures before you bite their head off !

      This lady would find heaven in an European chicken plant where she could stuff her face anyway with male newly hatched chicks before they go into the shredder ...

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  8. Popping live chicks into her mouth whilst operating the conveyor belt of death, like she's working the line at Cadbury's. The reptile.

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