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Pigeon

A one legged pigeon from Sheffield,

Very cool,laid back and quite chilled,

He hopped and he pecked,

Half can of beer he necked,

Then hiccuped, swore and then keeled!

I was sat outside Sheffield hospital just minding my own business when this one legged wonder appeared. His friend got even closer then both of them spied a can of lager, half spilt on the ground. I’ve never seen inebriated pigeons before

A sparrow flew down and Hopalong nutted him, belched, tried to fly off in a wobble sort of way. Thought better of it then hopped away into the bushes.

By Vinny

Middle aged geriatric from Hull, England.Slighty mad but aren't we all?

34 replies on “Pigeon”

How would you tell the difference? If you’re in a fancy restaurant and you get pigeon breast in pepper sauce it could be free range or from the street?! I’ve never tried lobster. Love all sorts of fish, crabs, cockles, winkles and of course, fish and chips!

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