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Old 18 September 2005, 17:40   #11
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Hey Jimbo. It's you Solent boys that go in for all the "Bird Luvvin". I've seen the photo's. Us Cornish boys, we're quite happy with our sisters!! Just ask my 3rd cousin Shaggy.
I refer my learned colleague, to this thread!

It has also just been pointed out to me that we are not limited to "bird luvvin", we also have seals in langstone harbour...
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Old 18 September 2005, 17:56   #12
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I refer my learned colleague, to this thread!

It has also just been pointed out to me that we are not limited to "bird luvvin", we also have seals in langstone harbour...
Jimbo where are the seals in Langstone mate........
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Old 18 September 2005, 18:00   #13
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Jimbo where are the seals in Langstone mate........
50° 48' 00s N, 1° 59' 09s W
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The Seagulls are bad in St.Ives but I was amazed at seeing a seal with a little yellow hat on climbing up the quay stairs to get to a kid with a fish!

This was before I went into the Slope for me pint of Speckled Hen

P.S I don’t think running over Seagulls is a very humane way of addressing the over population, did you I do run over other surfers when there is too many in the break.


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Someone moved Langstone, have they, Jimbo?
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Old 19 September 2005, 10:17   #16
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Someone moved Langstone, have they, Jimbo?
Er, ummm, yes, I mean no, I mean er, whoops! Someone has forgotten how to read a chart when tired!!
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Any type of shit is bad however...........

............only the other week there we all are - me and the dragons - sat at the islands (St Tudwals - Abersoch) awaiting several other friends to make a raft when BANG - SCREAM - CA-POW a massive and I mean massive big wet stinky fishgut seagul shite lands right on baby dragons head

Well you've never seen anything like it - it was god damn everywhere, hair, face, down her neck, hands, clothes, everywhere. I myself nearly puked at the sight. Now funny thing is, it didn't stink - not like shite usually does - very strange - a smell yes but not a terrible one.

Anyway - once we'd gotten over the shock we just about managed to clean her up but regrettably had to return to shore in order to change.

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Then only a day or so later........

...........me and a pal were sat outside the pub on a yogi bear bench when, like a spitfire this seagul let rip from about 6 ft above us - eeeeeeeeeeooooowwwwwwwwwwwww - splat - right between my mates legs as he sat astride the bench. Quite unbelievably not one single drop touched him - in fact he didn't even move, we just finished our pint and strolled off. Again - no bad/pungent smell
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they always fly away when i chase em !!!
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right between my mates legs
didd yew gett de rejistrayshun nummber ov dis berd. itt mite luk lyke a seegul butt itts reely a gArchikkin wich iz hily trayned too shitt onn ribnobburs heds . dis wan sownds lyke itt neads morr traynin.

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