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(BBC-US)   Think your urban pigeons are bad? They got nothing on Scottish gulls   (bbc.com) divider line
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This is why pigeons are better - they are model passengers...

pigeons riding London Underground district line train
Youtube 3Pn3XeWpUwY
 
5 days ago  
Ironically they won't take Scottish banknotes either.
 
5 days ago  
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Better than west end gulls.
 
5 days ago  
Welsh Seagull Steals Tourist's Sausage Roll Outside the Pub with Hilarious Commentary.
Youtube P5H4xw23RjU
 
5 days ago  
One of my first memories is of a seagull stealing my hot dog right out of the bun.

It's a cruel world, ma.

Don't feed the skyrats.
 
5 days ago  
And no mention of Scottish Grouse?

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He really will nibble your bum.
 
5 days ago  

middlewaytao: One of my first memories is of a seagull stealing my hot dog right out of the bun.

It's a cruel world, ma.

Don't feed the skyrats.


Depends on what you feed them.
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Better than west end gulls.


Pet Shop Boys!?!?!?
OMG - why do the Pet Shop Boys trigger me?  The words are in such a rush to leave my mouth, they stumble at my tongue & all I'm able to do is spit in disgusted frustration.  I want to break my screen.

You just made my day... probably for the worse.
I give grudging respect.  Well played.
 
5 days ago  
What a Scottish gull might look like:

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5 days ago  
Gulls just wanna have fun.
 
5 days ago  
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5 days ago  
That doesn't happen in California...their gulls are laid back and mellow.

I wish they could be California Gulls.
 
5 days ago  

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Took me a minute.

At least they aren't Canada chicken cobras.
 
5 days ago  
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5 days ago  
My wife knows my fascination for All Things Scottish. (A DNA test surprisingly show me 40% Scottish. Who knew?)  I am reading The Crofter and The Laird by John McPhee that she gave me for Father's Day. McPhee reports that all over Scotland, as soon as a farmer plows a field gulls are there to turn the field white and eat the freshly exposed worms.
 
5 days ago  
A Kings Road flat was the place to be
'Cause Chelsea gulls are the best in the world for company

- Mott the Hoople
 
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Bring back the punt gun!
 
5 days ago  
Forget the seagulls.  What about the 20 foot tall electric penguins with long green tentacles that sting people?

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5 days ago  
Reminds me of my last visit to a Florida beach.

There I was, just lying down on my beach towel to catch some rays at Honeymoon Island State Park. All of a sudden, I felt something wet hit my legs, back, arms and head. I had, for the first time ever, been strafed by a seagull. I broke out laughing and waded into the surf to wash it all off.

/I was lucky it wasn't a pelican.
 
5 days ago  
Flying sh*t machines.
 
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5 days ago  
I live in Scotland. Went out to get the kids back in the house for bed from a friends house. As I crossed the road I felt something hit off of my baseball cap. I turned around and noticed a seagull swooping about. I took off the cap to see if it had crapped on me but the hat was fine. I turned round to look at the seagull again just in time to disrupt its second attack run and it broke off when I saw it.

That bird proceeded to shadow me up the street, through a park to the friends house. Every time I took my eyes off it for a a few seconds it would start an attack run only to break off when I turned back to face it.

Got the kids and the seagull shadowed me all the way back to the house

It was a freaky experience
 
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twonky: I live in Scotland. Went out to get the kids back in the house for bed from a friends house. As I crossed the road I felt something hit off of my baseball cap. I turned around and noticed a seagull swooping about. I took off the cap to see if it had crapped on me but the hat was fine. I turned round to look at the seagull again just in time to disrupt its second attack run and it broke off when I saw it.

That bird proceeded to shadow me up the street, through a park to the friends house. Every time I took my eyes off it for a a few seconds it would start an attack run only to break off when I turned back to face it.

Got the kids and the seagull shadowed me all the way back to the house

It was a freaky experience


The only proper use for a tennis racket.
 
5 days ago  
What I find funny is when the young gulls begin to fledge & screech repeatedly at their parents as they follow them around demanding to be fed throughout the day.

I just think to myself; "Now you know how I've felt when you repeatedly woke me up at ~ 04:00 you noisy shiatehawk bastards."
 
5 days ago  
I've had similar experiences in Michigan with the gulls from the lakes.
 
5 days ago  
Shipping up to Boston + Enter Sandman - Goddesses of Bagpipe
Youtube 4q97lhrcBnM


/ o, GULLS... I'll see meself out
 
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/ o, GULLS... I'll see meself out


Man, I hadn't seen that video in at least a year
 
5 days ago  

twonky: I live in Scotland. Went out to get the kids back in the house for bed from a friends house. As I crossed the road I felt something hit off of my baseball cap. I turned around and noticed a seagull swooping about. I took off the cap to see if it had crapped on me but the hat was fine. I turned round to look at the seagull again just in time to disrupt its second attack run and it broke off when I saw it.

That bird proceeded to shadow me up the street, through a park to the friends house. Every time I took my eyes off it for a a few seconds it would start an attack run only to break off when I turned back to face it.

Got the kids and the seagull shadowed me all the way back to the house

It was a freaky experience


No one said they didn't have a sense of humor.
Probly just got back from a Hitchcock film.
 
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Englebert Slaptyback: What a Scottish gull might look like:

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Came here to say this.

The Sun found a few more Scottish gulls. These seem to clean up after themselves.

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Is it just me or is Henry the vacuum looking up her skirt?
 
5 days ago  

FirstDennis: Is it just me or is Henry the vacuum looking up her skirt?


Looking. Yes. Looking. That'll be it...
 
5 days ago  

FirstDennis: Englebert Slaptyback: What a Scottish gull might look like:

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Came here to say this.

The Sun found a few more Scottish gulls. These seem to clean up after themselves.

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Is it just me or is Henry the vacuum looking up her skirt?


Och?
 
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