Thursday, March 6, 2014

Captain Caption XXXIII

Canadian Canada Geese

Punks of the Bird World

"Hey!  What the f**k you think you're lookin' at!?
I am sooo gonna crap on your sidewalk.
Then, peck you in the balls."

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    1. No kidding, get them all riled up and there's disaster.

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  2. Them geese can be some meeeeeaaaannnn creatures...

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    1. I remember when several of them chased me on a golf course last summer. Then, I remembered I was carrying iron clubs. While I didn't hit any of them (I can never hit a birdie in golf), I did chase after THEM waving a five iron. They left us alone.

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  3. They're Canadian, they're probably there to mow the lawns by eating the grass.

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  4. They should really be called Rude American Geese

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  5. I think they've been down in America too long and picked up some bad habits

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    1. I think that explains my answer to Steve below.

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  6. I've never faced-off against geese, which gives me the illusion that I could take them in a fight, despite what everyone says about them.

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    1. Especially if you're holding a golf club.

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  7. Beautiful in flight, but I wouldn't want to be chased by these guys.

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    1. They really are an impolite lot. How did "Canadian" get in their name?
      Oh, right, Justin Bieber's Canadian, too.

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  8. Geese are mean - they'll do it, man!

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    1. If you bend over, they'll goose you for sure.

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  9. You better hope no Canadians show up because they'll give you a tongue-lashing about how it's "Canada goose" not "Canadian goose". Much to the Canadian's chagrin, I enjoyed my tongue-lashing and always call them Canadian geese in front of her, in hopes I'm given another.

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    1. Well, now I'm gonna have to Google. I'll be back.

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    2. Yep. Canada Goose. I sit corrected. Now who says you can't learn anything from Blogger.
      Can I still get a tongue lashing?

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  10. Scrappy says, "They're all talk."

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  11. Bieber birds. Goose poop is such a mess.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. Especially when it hits you in the head.

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  12. A ton of them winter in our area. You are right about them, they fly down here and act like they know the place. They are not in the least bit shy around people or other birds.

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  13. They don't scare me. I'd like to see Samuel L Jackson call them honkeys.

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  14. There's nothing more ornery than a goose. I've been attacked my fair share by some crazy goose that nests around a lake I sometimes run around. That thing is ten shades of crazy...

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    1. Which is much better than "50 Shades of Goose."

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  15. Are you sure that they're not inciting a flash mob? They look like a gaggle with game.

    Julie

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    1. That explains why one of them brought a boom box.

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  16. Try running on a sidewalk after they leave.How can anything poop that much?

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  17. They are such mean, noisy buggers. My daughter's school is always surrounded by them. I'm waiting for them to react The Birds one day.

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    1. Plus, they're always breaking out in a hockey game.

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  18. Don't make me laugh my head hurts too much to laugh today

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    1. Thank goodness they don't commute over oceans, eh?

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  19. I'd bet you'd like a Canada Goose. Honk, honk, eh!

    Gary :)

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  20. How'd those punks get over to your part of the world so fast? I know. I stopped feeding them. Sorry, Al.

    xoRobyn

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    1. Whenever they even think of settling in my yard, I release the hound.

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  21. Those geese don't sound Canadian at all. (Unless you've been in a line-up at Tim Hortons for a very long time.)

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    1. Now if they were wearing tuques, I'd be sold.

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