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  • smoothpete 12 Jul 2013 14:58:19 31,017 posts
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    http://www.snowflakedigital.com/sites/default/files/project/cover-image/magners-bee-beard.jpg
  • Load_2.0 12 Jul 2013 15:02:28 18,192 posts
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    They have owls outside my office today. Eight in total from barn owls through to a giant South American owl that looked like it could fly off with your severed head.

    They were only 2 or three feet away so great to see them up close, amazing birds.
  • smoothpete 12 Jul 2013 15:07:14 31,017 posts
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    Owls are fucking awesome things. Was there some kind of owl show? I have seen something like that in Reading
  • Benno 12 Jul 2013 15:14:03 9,392 posts
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    Is your office in the middle of a wood?
  • smoothpete 12 Jul 2013 15:15:15 31,017 posts
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    Load is Winnie The Pooh
  • ronuds 12 Jul 2013 15:17:14 21,788 posts
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    I'd like to work somewhere that has owl shows!

    Once they gave us italian ice...
  • wogsy81 12 Jul 2013 15:22:03 598 posts
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    Going to Liverpool museum last weekend just for the Battle Of The Atlantic exhibition and not even bothering with the Titanic exhibition that everyone else was fawning over. I totally ignored it.
    I don't want to see some fine china or a deckchair from some pansie ship that got sunk by a big ice cube.

    Im a man.
    I want to see the manly submarine/u-boat stuff and gawp at the torpedos. I want to use that replica u-boat periscope they had set up. Im telling ya, just using that periscope made me feel like a man. I even wrapped my arm around one of the handles like the captain does out of Das Boot. It felt sooo good.

    Submarines are very manly.
  • smoothpete 12 Jul 2013 15:26:11 31,017 posts
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    I have this printed out and pinned up at my desk

    http://www.vitamin-ha.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/VH-and-not-a-single-fuck-was-given-that-day-owl.jpg
  • Load_2.0 12 Jul 2013 15:29:10 18,192 posts
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    It was an owl/wildlife rescue organisation. Right in the middle of the city, all quite happy on their perches. They were called the display team which made me chuckle, I assume they are trained not to try and fly off with children or to peck at eyeballs.

    One had a particularly juicy meal which had little bird feet so in exchange for being oggled they get fed the good stuff.
  • Load_2.0 12 Jul 2013 15:30:57 18,192 posts
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    Ah, they were the colchester bird of prey display team.
  • smoothpete 12 Jul 2013 15:33:54 31,017 posts
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    I do feel like I am wasting my life when I hear stuff like that. I could have been a goddamn champion owl wrangler.
  • Deckard1 12 Jul 2013 15:35:10 25,409 posts
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    I want to be a shark whisperer

    Called it

  • Load_2.0 12 Jul 2013 15:36:06 18,192 posts
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    I would be a bear herder.
  • ronuds 12 Jul 2013 15:39:13 21,788 posts
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    I've always wanted to train Shamu or something like that.

    You probably have to be the best of the best to train Shamu, though. I'd end up teaching a penguin how to shit.
  • JuanKerr 12 Jul 2013 15:45:47 36,094 posts
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    Owls are fucking ace. There's a pair of Little Owls living in an oak tree just up the road from here. We see them pretty much every night when we take the dog out for a walk.

    Also got a family of Tawny Owls nearby - can hear them hooting away in Spring and towards the end of Summer. Love it.
  • DaM 12 Jul 2013 15:46:32 12,606 posts
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    When I retire, I'm going to get a fox cub and train it to be my companion. Like a ginger dog.
  • Salaman 12 Jul 2013 15:46:50 18,239 posts
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    cubbymoore wrote:
    I put in a new window pane into a window that had broken at work. I've got putty everywhere and had to buy a new chisel to chip away the old putty, but it was worth it.

    I will now look at that window everyday and think, "I did that", whilst wiping away a tear.
    ERROR!
  • skuzzbag 12 Jul 2013 21:15:04 5,482 posts
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    They've been getting in a sparrowhawk at work for the last few weeks to scare off the seagulls. It flew up and sat on the lamppost right outside the office window and the seagulls proceeded to dive-bomb it.

    It didn't even flinch slightly even though they went at it for about 5 mins.

    Amazing looking bird.
  • skuzzbag 13 Jul 2013 12:04:25 5,482 posts
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    BTW my horse fly bite has now swollen to half the size of my arm and itches like mad.
  • Immaterial 13 Jul 2013 12:40:58 1,260 posts
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    skuzzbag wrote:
    BTW my horse fly bite has now swollen to half the size of my arm and I am dealing with it with casual disregard.



    fixed that for you.

    Edited by Immaterial at 12:42:32 13-07-2013

    Think I'll just switch everything off.

  • Vortex808 13 Jul 2013 13:56:20 6,560 posts
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    skuzzbag wrote:
    BTW my horse fly bite has now swollen to half the size of my arm and itches like mad.
    It may be worth getting it looked at. My missus got bitten by one of them, it was badly swollen, then started going hard to touch and spreading up her leg due to a really bad infection. I guess it caused some serious inflammation and some tissue necrosis. I hate horse flies. They are utter shitbags.
  • Madder-Max 13 Jul 2013 14:48:27 11,566 posts
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    wogsy81 wrote:
    Going to Liverpool museum last weekend just for the Battle Of The Atlantic exhibition and not even bothering with the Titanic exhibition that everyone else was fawning over. I totally ignored it.
    I don't want to see some fine china or a deckchair from some pansie ship that got sunk by a big ice cube.

    Im a man.
    I want to see the manly submarine/u-boat stuff and gawp at the torpedos. I want to use that replica u-boat periscope they had set up. Im telling ya, just using that periscope made me feel like a man. I even wrapped my arm around one of the handles like the captain does out of Das Boot. It felt sooo good.

    Submarines are very manly.
    ........And gay. Lots of bum sexing with all the seamen. Close proximity, under water for weeks on end.........

    99 problems and being ginger is one

  • wogsy81 13 Jul 2013 16:49:26 598 posts
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    Madder-Max wrote:
    wogsy81 wrote:
    Going to Liverpool museum last weekend just for the Battle Of The Atlantic exhibition and not even bothering with the Titanic exhibition that everyone else was fawning over. I totally ignored it.
    I don't want to see some fine china or a deckchair from some pansie ship that got sunk by a big ice cube.

    Im a man.
    I want to see the manly submarine/u-boat stuff and gawp at the torpedos. I want to use that replica u-boat periscope they had set up. Im telling ya, just using that periscope made me feel like a man. I even wrapped my arm around one of the handles like the captain does out of Das Boot. It felt sooo good.

    Submarines are very manly.
    ........And gay. Lots of bum sexing with all the seamen. Close proximity, under water for weeks on end.........
    The other side of the Navy is a bit gay ill admit. With all them white pants, white shirt, white shoes and white belt gayness but submariners are a different breed then them tarts.
    Submariners are real men.

    And anything that goes on in a submarine, stays on the submarine.
    A bit of bum fun when your 200 meteres deep in the Atlantic ocean doesn't count. Them guys do what they gotta do to keep morale up. That's the sign of a real man.
  • urban 13 Jul 2013 16:55:35 10,893 posts
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    bout to cut down the Ivy encroaching on my garden!





    We have a winner!

    Edited by urban at 17:52:51 13-07-2013
  • Razz 13 Jul 2013 18:36:30 59,994 posts
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    That's some nice edging my friend

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  • Ashleyfiddes 14 Jul 2013 14:04:20 980 posts
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    Does hoovering count???
  • captain_markyboy 14 Jul 2013 14:12:22 194 posts
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    Masturbating as soon as you have the house to yourself? Has this already been mentioned?
  • Deleted user 14 July 2013 14:13:38
    Finished painting my shed and painted the garden gate. Dug up an area approx 3m x 6m of old grass, weeds and pebbles. Turned it all over, raked it, levelled the area.

    Ready for laying turf next weekend.

    All on the hottest day of the year.
  • Deleted user 14 July 2013 14:21:32
    Almost forgot :

    While I was doing all that lot, I also smashed up a few knackered old Ikea garden chairs and made a bonfire of them in my BBQ. Unfortunately the heat and flames were so intense that I've basically melted off the plastic handle of my BBQ and had to move it away from the hedge before that caught light.
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