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October 25, 2006
A Wonderful Bird is the Pelican...
Horror in London Park!
15 years ago
Forgive me, but I do believe this trumps the pike swallowing the duck. As I was unduly shat upon by a pigeon last week, I give my blessings to this pigeon-eating wonder.
YOU'RE SO HARD TO PLEASE!!!!!!!
*swallows a swallow*
*dumbfounded* This is so unpelican!
Bird shall not kill
Pelican sales will skyrocket.
An African or European swallow?
It had a coconut, so I'm guessing African.
Perhaps the pelican was feeling at bit pikeish.
This is just begging to be turned into an Aesop's Fable.
It's no big deal. My parrot will eat bits of poultry happily. A bit of extra protein, that's all. Let us consider the state of the water the fish come from before judgment.
have a great day tomorrow kit!
Pelicans are great.
I was hungry he was there I stuffed my gob I didn't care if he's a bird I'm sick of fish and so I tried another dish
cat eats bird, bird eats cat
That's fucking real, people.
I like the way the cat's just sitting there. That's so badass. Just like a cat.
I wonder if he's related to the cat that
chased a bear up a tree.
I was wondering, what are Pelicans' tongues like? I mean, they're obviously not as long as their beaks, otherwise you'd see a tongue flapping around as they open them. Are they, like, really small & at the back?
The cat in the picture seems not to be perturbed, in fact its tail is up, so it is actually reasonably happy, though it is not too pleased with being beaked by the bird, since its ears are back a bit. But I think the Pelican is just sort of
the cat with its beak in a curious manner, so I think they must have encountered one another before. Either way, its one of those unutterably strange animal pictures that I adore & collect.
But, I have to add, that Pelicans are utterly awesome birds, I've loved them since I was a kid, going down to the Swan river & watching them. They are huge, usually just standing around preening themselves with no real concerns. Just so fucking weird, man. Unlike Swans, which tend to be a bit thuggish, Pelicans seem very placid. Except if you're a pigeon, obviously. Or a fish.
I saw this huge albatross once down at a harbor in Maine. He was seriously like 3 feet tall. He just stood there and let me walk right up to him. He was very old and his beak had holes in it. He eyed me balefully and then slowly strolled away. He probably was insulted when I said "who's a big old bird! BOCK BOCK!" I was not on drugs. I also saw a huge rat once in Boston. Big as a terrier.
Pelicans are related to boobies.
The cat looks as if it was disturbed while about to do some "business." Can't get enough of it! Have you posted that on MoFi before Chy? It looks familar...
I've posted it before, yeh.
cat trees bear
The cat is merely assuming the 'Crouching Moggy' position, prior to teaching that pelican some cattery manners.
Pelican Cat Is Unstoppable Pelicans are also awesome gliders, usually 3 or 4 across (I've seen, anyway), and rarely if ever flapping. Pterodactyl Lite.
Damn straight. BOCK BOCK!
Mr. Bill meets Pierre the Pelican
. Google video. Heh.