A cat amongst the Pigeons


by Sunny
28th July, 2008 at 9:11 am    

Mr Moo’s latest post is hilarious:

The new era of pigeonholing is over. We are setting up a Council of Pigeon Advisors, consisting of Pigeons, but some doves, and also, crows, and maybe a peacock. We think in the interests of community cohesion, it might even be beneficial to put a cat amongst your pigeons. And to those right-minded pigeons who are willing to co-operate, I would say this, be more like the doves. They are more glamorous, and are in the Bible and Picasso sketches, and they drink wine and eat pork and laugh at Rushdie books and have inter-racial relationships without having to go overseas to marry their cousins. They do not get squished in the 0121 area as they are too busy posing with Kofi Annan and that chap who took over from him whose name no-one remembers, no not Boutros Boutros Boutros, but yes, he too had a funny name. Anyway, we digress, our point is this: Doves are nice, and the sooner you pigeons listen to us in this regard, the better it is. Yes, you may point out that dove-poo and pigeon-poo are indistinguishable, but that is not our point. We will know what breed of bird left a smear on our Skoda Octavias, and that is the important thing. We will know.

Go and read the whole thing! And if you want the serious version, then you could read Asim Siddiqui’s article.


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  1. Anas — on 28th July, 2008 at 12:25 pm  
  2. douglas clark — on 28th July, 2008 at 1:09 pm  

    Anas,

    Oh, I really wish I could find the Billy Connelly sketch about the statues! Which would fit perfectly with your tale of woe…

  3. sonia — on 29th July, 2008 at 8:14 am  

    a lot of discrimination against pigeons is all i can say!

    outrageous that more statification of religion is being , but then what can you expect from a country that insists on having a state religion

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