Glad you posted this - I saw it out of the corner of my eye whilst driving and was convinced I'd misread it!
I was so delighted by it that I called in at the end of the day and Delia and Eric from the shop presented me with the original!I don't want to know the story - speculation is so much more interesting!
Love it! It certainly helps to keep things in perspective doesn't it?!! Glad you didn't post the details - the headline is sufficient to raise a smile in these days of mayhem! Thank you!
Marigold: I love these local news bill boards - 'Death Threat to Local Dog' and 'Local Man Dies at 89' were other memorable offerings.Keep smiling!
Belongs on the Fortean Times Headlines section.
Hilarious - I agree that it is better not to know the full story!
Love it! Sometimes finding the absurdity in life is the only way to get through things.
Zhoen: Don't laugh - it's serious journalism (in this neck of the woods).Sannah: Thank you for commenting. Having read your blog I realise I have a serious attack of Inner Peace.Leslee: I agree, and luckily there's a bit of absurdity in many things. Sometimes you have to look hard, though.
I wonder why? Out of shop, I can understand (though I would be kinder, myself, than to kick).
That's why I really don't want to know the actual story!
Oh, dear, I'm worried about the poor seagull.
This is starting to seem incredibly sane to me: the kind of actions we should focus on. Should I worry?
Anne: It could have been that sea-gull that's all over You-Tube, nicking crisps. It which case - fair enough.Frances: Perhaps you might start worrying. I hear there are plans about deportation to Australia.
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