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    Damo Guest

    Default seagulls

    Easy, cover some bread in the baking soda, then throw the bread on to the road. There should be enough traces still left on the bread for it to have a good effect. Rat poison could be a good one as well. As soon as they spot food they will go for it. Good Luck, I have thought of doing the same with pigeons.

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    Sounds like a nice way of doing it Might get some of the other feckers as well, there's loads of the bastards around! Ideally it'll feed it's young with it as well, I might even get to see them explode them with the babies still being roof bound
    Think I might have some rat poison lying around as well, what would be best for avoiding harming any cats or dogs or anything other than seagulls that may eat it?

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    Let the dogs and cats have it too Jcaple no point in getting sentimental. Plead insanity to the judge, you'll be back on the block in 2 months.

    I know a man who likes dreary Joy Division that has a cat that you can kill >: >: >: >: >:

    Yer a hard man Jcaple. I take my hat off to you. :hat 8)

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    If you use bread then I dont think that cats or dogs will go for it, maybe their bodies would be able to handle it a bit better anyway. If not then it is a bonus, I get sick of cats burying @#%$ in my garden, digging up the flowers and stuff. Just be careful not to get caught cos if someone phones the RSPCA then you will be @#%$.
    Any chance of catching it on camcorder and sticking it on a website for us all to watch?

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    i never knew that, its amazing what u can learn on this board as well as losing money .

    I know ure gonna think i'm bulling now but Komp will assure u it happened as i was talking to him on msn when it did.

    I went out in the backyard a couple of weeks ago, i live in one of them Corrie type houses, and low and behold there was a dead parrot floating in an old bucket i threw out which was full of water.

    Where the fcuk did it come from? i know the climates getting warmer but surely not that warm, and it hadent exploded either though it did look as if summat had had a go at it.
    Strange eh! or is it just me?

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    I sollomly swear that the events happened as slick stated. I thought he was just doing a Monty Python routine again.

    Was it John Parrot Slick? He comes from round your way don't he?

    Did i do that joke on msn Slick? :o

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    jc, just shoot the barstard, the vermin aint protected or owt, just fill the mother with pellets and the sprogs will starve to death, callous and heartless but effective, thats what counts. :evil

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    Komp John Parrots a scouse cnut, never insult me like that again>:

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    Did you say that you were a social worker on the jobs thread Ian?

    Seagulls are the hardest bird I know. Am i right in my assumption?

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    Cheers for the advice lads.
    Ian - can't really shoot it, because there's no way I could get a good shot at them where they are, even from a first floor window, unless they're right on the edge of the roof (although they are technically protected anyway I think, so best not leave much obvious evidence, they're not going to bother with a post mortem on a seagull to look for traces of baking soda ) Plus as Komp says they're pretty tough, it was in the paper the other day that one of them got shot with a arrow, went right through it, and it survived
    For the same reason that it can't be shot, I won't be able to film it, sorry lads
    I'll have to stick with the baking soda and hope nobody notices, probably do it under the cover of darkness
    Anyway, they can't prosecute me, it's not my fault if they eat the baking soda sandwich that accidentally fell out of my packed lunch :rolleyes

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    Default Re: nae messing

    that's too easy. if you want a challenge try to drown them <img border=0 src="http://www.ezboard.com/images/emoticons/happy.gif" />

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    Anyone ever done that stone/weight in a bit of bait trick. Apparently if you stick something heavy in a bit of bread you can chuck it in the air for the seagulls to catch. You might have to train 'em up a bit catching stuff in midair but the buggers at me old school used to be proficient at catching stuff chucked to 'em.

    If they take the bait offered with a bit of weight in it they go off balance and crash to the earth like a stone. Never tried it but might be a goer

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    ay garthy , shaun willie ryder and his brother did that in 24hour party people ,great film BTW, they chucked bread with rat poison in the air and it started raining dead pigeons!
    can u still shoot starling legally? i rekon you should be able to shoot magpies , have you heard them sing! fcuk me wot a racket

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    A little off the point I know - but I remember one of my frineds used to sink ducks by squirting them with washing up liquid. They can't swim after that - never tested it myself though, duck don't divebomb me so I'll let 'em live for now.

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    Putting salt on a slug has the same effect as the Baking soda on a pigeon.

    Takes a while mind - swells up to the size of a tennis ball then POP!

    If anybody gets divebombed by a slug - now you know >D :rolleyes

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    I heard the same thing about making slugs explode, apparently it can be done with bleach as well. Never done it myself though...

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    Default maria

    and dogs eyeballs :o

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    One thing my dad taught me to dso with sea gulls.......whilst out fishing you would get 2 fish you had caught, coalfish work well for this......now tie them together with a piece of nylon about half a metre long. Now throw the fish out on the sea....a gull will notice them.....it will go and swallow one of the fish....now the other fish being tied to it is dragging behind it coming out its mouth......now usually 1 of 2 things happens.....the bird stays on the water and another bird notices the other fish, swallows it.....now you have 2 birds joined to each other....well when they go to fly away i am sure you can guess<img border=0 src="http://www.ezboard.com/images/emoticons/wink.gif" /> or it will fly off dragging the other fish behind it.....and another bird will see this and make dives for the fish, sometimes they get it and.....<img border=0 src="http://www.ezboard.com/images/emoticons/laugh.gif" /> imagine teaching that to your son<img border=0 src="http://www.ezboard.com/images/emoticons/eek.gif" /><img border=0 src="http://www.ezboard.com/images/emoticons/laugh.gif" />

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    I jsut remembered another one.....if you ever caught a dog fish, the one with stingers on their spines.....you could put corks on their spines and throw them back and they couldn't submerge and you could watch them swim round on the surface for ages<img border=0 src="http://www.ezboard.com/images/emoticons/laugh.gif" />

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    jcaple Guest

    Default Seagulls - The baking soda treatment


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    Okay, presumably most people know that if you feed baking soda to seagulls they explode. There's this right f*cking annoying one that lives on the flat roof part of a house over the road, and it's got 3 baby seagulls. It gets far too protective and keeps trying to divebomb me whenever I go out of the house, and therefore must be destroyed!
    I need some help working out the best way to administer the baking soda, which needs to be untracable, and something that I won't be seen doing, as the people whose house it lives on like them, and the council couldn't care less
    Any other ways of getting rid of it (or the babies - but prefer to get rid of the mother gull because it comes back year after year) will be taken into consideration as well.
    Looking at The Saint in particular for special advice, they must have the little bastards in Southampton as well

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