I know, I know. At least he’s not taking it from someone, but still. Dangit seagulls, have some self-respect.
Seagulls don’t need self-respect. Seagulls have… er… wings?
Ugh… seagulls. Throw one chip to one, and about 100 seem to materialise out of nothing to get it.
“Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine!”
HA, that one really set me off.
hahaha, I love to watch a seagull try to eat a starfish. They always get stuck. The seagull always looks suuuuuper grumpy about it.
Once when I was a kid, my family was having a picnic at the beach, and there gathered a small crowd of seagulls, watching us eat (they knew the score). My dad had brought along a small jar of pickled roasted red peppers, that were very spicy. No one liked them, not even my dad, who will eat almost anything. I have seen the man eat jellied pig’s blood (not that he enjoyed it), apparently it tastes like scab jello.
So, my dad fishes the last of the red peppers out of the jar (yes, he’d eaten most of them before deciding he didn’t like them), and throws it to the expectant crowd of seagulls. They went apeshit, and one of them gobbled the thing up in an instant. Then, about 10 seconds later (while being harassed by it’s jealous friends), it twitched and let out this surprised SQUAWK, then vomited up the pepper. The pepper was then promptly eaten by another gull, who couldn’t believe his luck. But the pepper was too spicy for that gull too, and it puked it on up as well!
Things got hairy then, as gulls started fighting over the twice-regurgitated pepper. But the really funny part was that the second gull, as soon as it had brought the pepper up, obviously blamed the first gull for giving him the pepper, and attacked him. My father was narrating the whole thing, and everyone was laughing.
It was great dinner theatre.
This exact thing happened to me… While I was still at the table. Frikken sea gulls…
NAME — Get a Gravatar
©2011-2014 Mary Tanner | Powered by WordPress with ComicPress
| Subscribe: RSS
| Back to Top ↑