ANSWERS: 6
  • I shat on their nest.
    • Anoname
      Yea, that would do it.
    • we are dough 68
      After eating blackberries.
    • Linda Joy
      Oh gross! That's the worst!
  • Gun runners sold the worms machine guns.
    • Anoname
      I missed that level.
    • Linda Joy
      Lol I don't even play the game.
  • Pigs piss them off.
    • beaker95
      Why?
    • Anoname
      The oinking is disturbing their sleep.
  • I don't think birds are ever really angry. They adapt and survive pretty darn well. I think more people feed the birds than more than cats. If you come across an encounter with them you might be near a nest and they are super protective of their offspring.
    • Anoname
      I once saw a bird in the middle of the street - he easily could've flown off but didn't. It was like he was hoping to get run over. I think he was actually suisidal. Birds have feelings too.
    • Linda Joy
      Maybe it couldn't fly.
    • Anoname
      As soon as I approached it to take it out of harms way he flew off. He could've at any time in the traffic but didn't.
  • My cat keeps trying to pounce on them, despite me telling him not to.
    • Linda Joy
      Data from Star Trek (the next generation) pointed out: "Cats do not respond to verbal commands" they also don't take well to the leash, just saying.
    • Anoname
      Hard to fight the basic animal instinct.
    • Mr PantsFellDown
      Linda, that you would quote Data, you are surely cool.
    • Linda Joy
      Data's cool! And Tasha! She's tough! But not as bad as Fiona Glenanne.
    • Linda Joy
      Anoname, those primal instincts are mighty powerful!
  • I once smoked some wacky weed with a couple fiends, and we went out driving we knew not where (it's ok, we were 16, it was the 70's, nothing unusual about that). So we're high and slowing way down as we came to a 90 degree turn in the back back road we're on....and suddenly we have to turn down Gary Wright's "Dream Weaver" (which was a shame, since it accompanied the incident so well) but there's these geese walking towards our '65 Ford Falcon, and they look like they mean it! And then they start pecking angrily at my tires. And we're all "WOW! LIKE WOW! (I warned ya it was the 70s') OH WOW! HEAVY MAN!! (think Neil, on Young Ones)....and we had no clue why they would do this, but we were high so convinced our lives were in danger, and we needed to flee the scene, man, very fastly (at like 25 miles per hour, man!!) Woooooo! ...And then we bought some candy munchies and Budweiser to calm down.
    • Linda Joy
      Flashback to the 80's when my ex was stoned and playing like Pac man eating the white lines on the road.
    • Linda Joy
      At about 25 mph!
    • Mr PantsFellDown
      Nice. Good times! :D
    • Anoname
      Was too young in the 70's to have that type of story.

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