Underwater pigeon killers GODBLESSUSEVERYONE!!!1

 

I hate pigeons.

And you know that.

So when you see something pigeon related, you think of me.

And if you see something awesome in relation to pigeons, like a news article about ten thousand of them just mysteriously falling dead out of the sky (you’re welcome), you email it to me all, “Thought you’d like this.”

And if you come across a hawk feasting on a pigeon near your work, tearing pigeon flesh asunder with voraciousness, you email me a picture for my own personal pleasure.

And if you see something so crazy off-the-wall like catfish learning to hunt effing pigeons right from the water’s edge, you GUYS ALL LOSE YOUR COLLECTIVE SHIT AND YOU GO CRAZY IN MY INBOX ALL, “MERRY EFFING CHRISTMAS, PITTGIRL!!!!!!1111!!!! TRY NOT TO ORGASM TOO HARD AT THIS!!!!”

I lost a bunch of those sent my way thanks to my delete-trigger-finger, but thank you Bluz, Jonathan, Michelle, Glenn, Lea, Aimee, Rhonda, Fitting Group, Shawn, Brando, Jay, Liz, Stephanie, Jeff, Dan, Scott, Jody, Elaine, and anyone else who sent it to me.

Group hug that evolution is finally addressing the fact that pigeons never should have existed to begin with.

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I fully expect in 100 more years we’ll see these catfish grow legs and just start storming the banks armed with ninja stars and awkward kung fu moves.

And little calling cards that say, “What’s’a matter? Catfish got your vermin?”





6 Comments

  1. Laura
    December 11, 2012 2:41 pm

    That is freakin’ awesome!!!!!!



  2. Dave
    December 11, 2012 2:41 pm

    Catfish are 28% successful – same as Neil Walker.



  3. bluzdude
    December 11, 2012 4:29 pm

    I guess you can rest assured that you will never be surprised by any kind of Pigeon Revolution, because at the slightest whisper of news about it, your loyal minions will escalate word to you at your Pigeon Central Command Post.

    Sneak attack… perpetually denied.



  4. Josette
    December 11, 2012 6:31 pm

    Have you read Jerry Spinelli’s book WRINGER? Its for middle-school kids, but it is about a town (in Pennsylvania) where they have a tradition that when a boy gets to be a certain age he has to wring the neck of a pigeon…..



  5. KGC
    December 11, 2012 6:50 pm

    Woohoo!! A mention by Ginny that I sent this!!

    As I said in my e-mail,, there’s 2 bad things about this:
    1. It’s in France,, nowhere near the Mon or Market Square, and,
    2. They only have a 28% kill rate. For now.

    We can only hope the catfish are:
    a. Quick learners, thereby improving the kill rate, and,
    b. Have relatives in the US who want to migrate here.