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Old 01-08-12, 10:26 PM
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Bird Crap

A bird got me during today's ride. That's was the second water bottle is for, right?
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Old 01-08-12, 10:46 PM
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This afternoon I stopped while crossing a river to watch a large flock of Canadian Geese fly over. They were chatting quite loudly, and I must have been lucky, nothing fell from the sky.
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Once, years ago, I rode to the end of the Santa Monica Pier after a long ride and, while admiring the sunset and reflecting on my ride, a seagull crapped right on the top of my head. Truly horrific in volume, stench and adhesive properties.
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Originally Posted by KevinSCo
Once, years ago, I rode to the end of the Santa Monica Pier after a long ride and, while admiring the sunset and reflecting on my ride, a seagull crapped right on the top of my head. Truly horrific in volume, stench and adhesive properties.
Yeah, a seagull got me while I was walking along the beach in Santa Monica years ago.
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If the foo ****s wear it.
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Got it by a hawk once while walking my dogs. The bone and fur pellet was like a walnut thrown at me from his 30 foot high perch. Also covered about half of my back in white.
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I've worked on jobs where we had to use fire pumps every morning to wash seagull and pelican **** off.
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