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1661. Posted by mzen (Budding Member 2 posts) 6y

watching the sun rise made me smile.. thus making my day.. :)

1662. Posted by bex76 (Moderator 3719 posts) 6y

Discovering yet another wonderful Japanese restaurant in Auckland.

1663. Posted by Yatina (Budding Member 56 posts) 6y

The rain... It is raining cats and dogs in Singapore now...
I'm having flu, fever, cough, and headache... the works, I must say...
But the rain now is making me feel cool and happy..
I feel blessed...

cheers everyone...

1664. Posted by Troyon81 (Budding Member 36 posts) 6y

I just saw a guy spit in the street and then, almost instantly, get sh@t on by a seagull. Poetic justice?

1665. Posted by Yatina (Budding Member 56 posts) 6y

hahahahahahaha... Funny...
Spitting on the street is gross...

1666. Posted by Troyon81 (Budding Member 36 posts) 6y

Yeh, I thoroughly enjoyed myself at his expense. People who spit in the street make me SO angry, unless they are avenged in a cold, calculated manner by rogue birds. Seagull sh!t is the worst as well- they produce A LOT!

1667. Posted by Yatina (Budding Member 56 posts) 6y

Hahahahaha....
I got poo-ed once while walking in town...
But it was on my arm and I was able to wipe it off...
Was glad it wasn't on my head...

:)

1668. Posted by Peter (Admin 5809 posts) 6y

Quoting Troyon81

I just saw a guy spit in the street and then, almost instantly, get sh@t on by a seagull. Poetic justice?

Haha, that's the best!

1669. Posted by james (Travel Guru 4136 posts) 6y

Quoting Peter

Quoting Troyon81

I just saw a guy spit in the street and then, almost instantly, get sh@t on by a seagull. Poetic justice?

Haha, that's the best!

That reminds me of the time that I found a spider on the balcony of our old flat. Not wanting to kill it, I spent ages luring it onto a piece of newspaper and I flicked it off over the balcony. Before it hit the ground, a bird came out of nowhere and caught it mid-air for dinner.

1670. Posted by flyingbob (Inactive 842 posts) 6y

Quoting Troyon81

That reminds me of the time that I found a spider on the balcony of our old flat. Not wanting to kill it, I spent ages luring it onto a piece of newspaper and I flicked it off over the balcony. Before it hit the ground, a bird came out of nowhere and caught it mid-air for dinner.

That also reminds me of a story on the news here in UK about the twitchers (avid bird watchers/spotters) that travelled from all over the country to a wildfoul reserve in the west country to see (I think - something like) a Norwegian red breasted something or other, that had never been seen in the here before. As they were drooling over it with their 10 mile long lenses, a kestrel flew down and took it off for tea.