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definitely seeing it more and more frequentlty now. do the animals know to kill themselves?
have a nest in the tree opposite, come and chill on the bird table. Don't really see many pigeons round my way, mostly seagulls. Then the other day I saw a perfectly squashed pigeon on the road outside and the other pigeon just hanging about on a branch on his own........
it probably feasted on the corpse later. They will eat ANYTHING
Witnessed an act of necrophilia by a pigeon on the roof outside my old flat a few years back. On the skeletal remains of one of its brethren. Twice.
probably a badger or something similar-sized for me.
Massive arent they. Could have ridden it to work if it was still alive
I doubt it was big enough to wear a saddle though
Probably couldnt keep your monocle and top hat on riding one either
Was driving along the A36 around this time last year and you could barely see the road for dead stuff. Usually there's not that much at all.
she's dead now
they'll be invisible
serve em right I say
M8 not ma. Unfortunately in so doing I think I may have broken a bone in my leg. Going for xray tomorrow and meantime treating with wine and stuff.
I was feeling a bit blue about going on holdiday myself but it turns out the are going to be quite a few folk that I know who will be in Brazil this week, including my brazilian ex and his dad, which is brilliant and terrifying as they are meshwork. My leg hurts.
Meshwork is the worst autocorrect yet.
I was once driving behind a bus on the way to my girlfriend's house, and a squished cat appeared from beneath the bus (I think it was already there, rather than the bus had done it) and I ended up driving straight through it - The dogs were very interested in my front right tyre when I pulled on to the driveway