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Jumbo747 | 16:42 Sat 21st Jan 2012 | Home & Garden
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I cleaned my kitchen window this morning - yes, I know, daft thing to do! Whoever wrote the law about 'clean windows and seagulls' c*** was absolutely correct!

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They don't poo on our windows, not our seagulls - they're having a hard time at the moment, now we'd got recycling bins, they are looking very peeved. I've noticed that we don't have so many hanging around at the moment - good.
Cars too!
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:) Thanks boxtops and heathfield. I suppose it's an occupational hazard of living by the sea!
I have to park my car in the same place every day, near to a tall lamp post, and can guarantee, a load of you know what is right across the windscreen.
I used to work near the docks, and the baby seagulls were about - to come out to a car covered in splats of baby-seagull-fish-poo is not a happy experience.
Perhaps you should park elsewhere Carlton!
Indeed, when I parked under a tall lamp post, there would always be a present when I got back. Perhaps Carlton doesn't have any option!
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No, my neighbours and I all have our own parking space, and mine just happens to be under the lampost which is lit all night, and provides a good security light.

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