WHO Poll
Q:



GBHammer63 10:24 Sat Feb 22
How?
How is it pitch black outside and I’ve got birds singing?
Thought they all went to sleep at dusk time.

Fuck all to do with West Ham but I know we’ve got some diverse clever fuckers on board, and I’ve only noticed over the last few days.

Enlighten or splat

Replies - Newest Posts First (Show In Chronological Order)

ironsofcanada 7:53 Thu Feb 27
Re: How?
I remember a group a crow that would play keep-away with our dog's food and seem very organized in tormenting him.

Too Much Too Young 7:35 Thu Feb 27
Re: How?
I saw a sparrow hawk rip the fuck out of a pigeon the other week.

Brutal cunt of a bird.

Tomshardware 6:47 Thu Feb 27
Re: How?
Jackdaws are cheeky, I like them.

Far Cough 2:57 Wed Feb 26
Re: How?
Surf, no Bill Oddie?

Nurse Ratched 2:22 Wed Feb 26
Re: How?
Surf gets it.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 1:49 Wed Feb 26
Re: How?
Jon Miller - not the big-nosed poncy one.

Lee Trundle 1:43 Wed Feb 26
Re: How?
Fivetide 12:16 Wed Feb 26

Speaking of parrots, I get hundreds of those annoying parakeets roost on a tree in my neighbours garden (who encourages them by feeding them).

The most annoying birds ever. They shit everywhere and make such a racket.

I'm tempted to get some shot, but it won't dent in the numbers.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 1:40 Wed Feb 26
Re: How?
Bunty James. Fred Dineage. Dr Jonathon Miller. Jack Hargreaves. Jumpers for goalposts. Endearing stuff.

Fivetide 12:16 Wed Feb 26
Re: How?
Northern Sold 11:58 Wed Feb 26
Re: How?

All corvids are very clever. They're 'our' parrots.

Fivetide 12:15 Wed Feb 26
Re: How?
It's all to do with light, and eye size. If you listen to the dawn chorus, for example, you'll notice that the garden birds with the greatest pupil diameter start first, then follow in almost perfect 'eye order'. At dusk you'll notice the smallest garden birds settle earliest, whereas blackbirds are one of the latest, and geese etc... will often fly over in really very low light.

chim chim cha boo 12:04 Wed Feb 26
Re: How?
Thos place is going to shit.

Talking about birds you love?

LLLLLLIIIIIIINNNNNNKKKKKKKK!

(LINK). (FACT).

Northern Sold 11:58 Wed Feb 26
Re: How?
Crows down the Shoebury way are remarkable... saw about 10 of them fly down the beach.... peck off a mussel... fly over to the sea wall... drop it from a great height onto the concrete and then fly down and peck it all out.... absolutely thousands of crunched up mussel shells on the pathway by the gun emplacements over gunners park... remarkable animals

lowermarshhammer 1:56 Wed Feb 26
Re: How?
Disagree Tom mate.

Always a BIG corvid roost in the woods near LMH fossil HQ between late October and mid March.

The 'daws come in first, absolute minimum 300 of them followed by up to the same of number of carrion crows and then about 150 rooks.. That's minimum numbers.

King of the corvids, the ravens are making a come back to Essex. A pair have been routinely hanging about the mast at Kelvedon Hatch for a year or so.

Love a corvid , they'll outlive homo sapiens for sure.

Tomshardware 9:20 Mon Feb 24
Re: How?
I find rooks interesting birds. They are quite social whereas I see many a crow lonely foraging on a vast field.

Tomshardware 8:58 Sun Feb 23
Re: How?
Beautiful writing lowermarsh. I used to hear a cuckoo every spring without fail. Sadly it's becoming rarer.

HairyHammer 3:02 Sun Feb 23
Re: How?
I am off good night i have been a mocking fat cunt a few times too often on this thread , it is now my turn to sing or snore away into the morning.

HairyHammer 3:00 Sun Feb 23
Re: How?
gph

Bloody hell what did the women sound like then? this is all back to front.

HairyHammer 2:58 Sun Feb 23
Re: How?
gph

I want recorded evidence not scientist baloney, ha.

gph 2:55 Sun Feb 23
Re: How?
Think of fat ladies singing French operas.

And that's just the bloke Neanderthals.

gph 2:52 Sun Feb 23
Re: How?
Neanderthals are believed to have had high-pitched, nasal and loud voices.

Not grunty ones: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o589CAu73UM

HairyHammer 2:50 Sun Feb 23
Re: How?
lowermarshammer

You are definitely rite there mate avoid like Corona virus.

Page 1 - Next




Copyright 2006 WHO.NET | Powered by: