Monday, 10 February 2014

Chaffinch Pie



Sometimes nature can too trusting . . . . . . . Chaffinch Pie for Tea . . . . . . . . . YUM


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    1. I know you would think by now these little critters would have realized mankind is not nice.

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  2. It's beautiful! Please don't eat the poor thing. Unless it's really tasty. Then all bets are off.

    Elsie
    AJ's wHooligan in the A-Z Challenge

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    1. It is quite safe, it was badly concussed after hitting a window but after a while in a box to recover it sat on my hand for ten minutes to have a good look round and then flew off. . . . . . . Thing is dont tell folk or it will ruin my reputation . . . . . AH DAMN I really should not have said that . . . .

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    2. I will see you in the A to Z.....

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  3. I imagine that chaffinch pie isn't very nice. Far too many little bones for my liking.

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    1. Bones? . . . . . . . . . Do you mean they have bones inside. . . . Well you live and learn every day.

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  4. It's right there. How do you have the patience to admire its stupidity and dream of baking? Just pop that dumbass right in your mouth. Feathers digest...I think...I mean, I wouldn't know from experience that beaks don't digest and hurt coming out the other side, that would be silly, I'm not a monster.

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    1. Although I admire your enthusiasm to eat the little beast in one go and not in a pie. I would have to point out not one would consider this option with a cow or a sheep. Us folk in the west like our food to not be animal shaped or even have hints that they were indeed animals of birds. OK chickens are different no one minds a chicken shaped chicken. . . . . But not with a head no one eats the heads of anything remotely cute. OK chickens are not cute.

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  5. Beautiful I like the way the wee bird tones in with the green and auburn background.

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    1. Hello Miss Hannah always good to see you comment on the blog. I hope all is well with you. What the picture does not show is what the little bird was doing on my hand. . . . . YUCK.

      take care and be good......

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  6. As a fellow Ambassador for the A to Z Challenge I have just joined your followers. I hope we are all going to get on fine. Pleased to be working alongside of you.
    Yvonne.

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    1. Good luck with the A to Z . . . . . .

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  7. Are you sure that is not a penguin?

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    1. As in I see Bird (icy bird) . . . . . . AH HAH AH AH HA HAH HA HAH AH HAh ah ha ha ha ha ha ha ha h

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    2. Wasn't there an Admiral Byrd who was a polar explorer? Basically a penguin then! So if an eskimo saw Byrd flying through the air, he could say, "I see icy Byrd" and his friend would say, "penguins gera fljúga ekki paõ mikiõ" which translates from Icelandic to English as "penguins don't fly that high". hahahahahahaha which is the same in Icelandic (I couldn't find Inuit in Google translate)

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