Spineless Wonders – 1st August 2012

Good morning, folks!

A few days ago, I was reading a post by Ms Vanessa-Jane Chapman. It was all about her love of seagulls. We’re not fans over here at Spineless Wonders because we view seagulls as scary predators (well the boys do – Ms Katykins just thinks that they like to shite very accurately on unsuspecting victims!). Vanessa’s post was entertaining and contained some interesting, lesser known, facts about seagulls – although the info was somewhat unsettling to Cyril and Willy.

Today’s post is dedicated to Vanessa-Jane, we’d like her to know that we have a good sense of humour over here! ;)

Have a great day everyone!

Ms Katykins :)

23 Responses so far »

  1. 1

    Subtlekate said,

    Poor Cyril and Willy. Run little beasties, run.

  2. 3

    Haha! I’m so proud to have inspired some creation of art :)

  3. 5

    Not a big fan of seagulls either, they sh** all over my windows!

  4. 11

    I’m not really a fan of seagulls either..ha ha

    • 12

      mskatykins said,

      He he, well this one’s going to be hungry! My Apple of the day, just so you know, is Pink Ladies! :)

      • 13

        I had that as part of my morning fruit pot!! :P

      • 14

        mskatykins said,

        Excellent. I sound like such a cheapskate but I don’t normally buy them because they are really expensive – like £3 a pack up here. But, last week they had them in Tesco for £2 so I was straight in there! A friend of mine likes to eat them with cinnamon sprinkled on them – slice the apple up first, obviously! Sounds tasty! :)

  5. 15

    carlarenee45 said,

    Oh the seagulls in Florida when I lived there would attack you for your french fries!

    • 16

      mskatykins said,

      Lol – My mum has been retelling me the story of how her sister once bought herself a sneaky fish supper and as soon as she opened the bag, a seagull pinched her fish! So funny! :)

  6. 17

    Cyranette said,

    It’s difficult to enjoy oneself at a beach when you have to keep a look out for sea gull droppings. I have lived in Corpus Christi, TX and Santa Cruz, CA. The gulls in Santa Cruz were double the size of the Texas ones…Crazy ’bout your little friends.

    • 18

      mskatykins said,

      They could take over the world one day, Cyranette – and that is a very scary thought!! The ones in Stornoway are huge too, I’m glad I won’t need to see lots of them everyday once I’m back home!

      Thanks for the continued encouragement, Cyranette – much appreciated! :)

  7. 19

    jmmcdowell said,

    Stay safe, boys! And Willy better be careful when it really rains!

  8. 21

    offdadome said,

    Don’t like them either especially when I was looking forward to my PBNJ at the beach and one took it right out of my hand.


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