Sunday, 28 September 2014

Get Mum!

Sometimes you just have to enjoy a belly laugh at someone else's expense
This video is worth the three minute investment

23 comments:

  1. She needs to tighten the helmet

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    1. She needs to get a grip.

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    2. She needs to get a life!!!

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    3. She needs to stop screaming.

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    4. Mind you, that Magpie was about twice as big as any I have seen before.

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  2. Flashback to Hitchcock's "The Birds". Glad I don't live down under!

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  3. Bridget Jones eat your heart out.

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  4. I'll only go so far on an experiment...

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  5. That was hysterical. Loved it. Especially the branches. Magpies are rather large, but I'd have been laughing instead of screaming. Now, a turkey flapping - that's another thing altogether. I had to pick up my turkey once and it jacked my jaw so hard I ended up at the doctor's office with muscles in my neck twitching and terrible nerve pain. I won't be picking up a turkey again.

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  6. By the way, your Zombie post said it doesn't exist. At least on my computer.

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  7. Hilarious! And it's only actually two minutes for the video to run completely (although I kept hoping for more, and sat there for the third minute with eyes glued to the screen)

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  8. Our local council puts signs up in trees frequented by swooping magpies. And no, the eyes don't work.

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  9. Australia, the beautiful land down under that has a remarkable amount of "we will kill you" species. I do get the magpie won't cause her serious harm, but man, I wonder how on my guard I will have to be when I visit there. LOL!

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    1. actually, magpies have been known to take peoples eyes, it doesnt happen often but it happens

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    2. Oh my, how very Edgar Allan Poe then.

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  10. In her defence, those swooping magpies can be bloody scary.

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  11. See how tough we are down under?!

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  12. The local kids run the gauntlet like this every day for about six weeks of the year ... and the poor postman really cops it from magpies . They hate him !!

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  13. Maybe not so hilarious after all, after reading the comments. I had no idea that was anything except a rogue bird ...

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  14. They watch you with evil eyes!!
    The only time they won't attack is in your own garden, then they come pestering for food.

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  15. I clicked to watch and it said, "this video has been removed by the user." That's what i get for taking a few days off from blog reading.

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