Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Kipling must be looking to have his grave relocated.

Elderly couple too scared to leave own home after being terrorised by an angry pheasant


Charles N. Steele said...

I wish I could get pheasants to do this.

Anonymous said...

They've been breeding slaves there for centuries.

It's why we left for the new world.

Then we send our children to be educated there and wind up with a developing slave / masterstate mentally.

Anonymous said...

As another commenter here at Sipsey Street would confirm, it's all fun and games until someone gets an eye pecked out.

Ed said...

"But he has no gratitude though, and is always ready to attack."

Where have we heard that before?

The solution is simple. Deboned, chunked, and baked with wild rice, mushrooms, onions and carrots would be scrumptious. Hearty enough to serve with a red wine. Bon appetit!

William Flatt said...

Looks like DINNER from here!

Anonymous said...

Somewhere in my kitchen is a cookbook with a recipe for pheasant. Would solve that problem once and for all.

Anonymous said...

Ahhhh. But we're talking about used-to-be-Great Britain. Now the serfs are unarmed, so the wildlife (two legged, four legged and feathered) can abuse them without fear.
If the family had any sense, they'd have changed the Four Esses (supress, shoot, shovel, silence) to Triple Ess Dee (supress, shoot, dinner, silence).
But, again, this is current day Britain. What next? Afraid to leave the house because of a mad carp?

B Woodman

Anonymous said...

Considering the daughter is defending herself with a badmitton (sp?) raquet, it gives a whole new meaning to the term "hitting the birdie".

B Woodman