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The moblog of Katie Lee. This is the moblog I set up for an article I wrote for the Indy on Sunday. I liked it so much I decided to stay!

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2nd Nov 2005, 16:02  

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bmal says:

nice coloured beeks

2nd Nov 2005, 16:09

kostika says:

EVIL!!!

2nd Nov 2005, 16:09

Spike says:

why?

2nd Nov 2005, 16:10

kostika says:

Because geese are just pure evil. They'll chase you and bite you.

2nd Nov 2005, 16:11

Spike says:

true they are nasty, but in a funny sort of goosy way!

2nd Nov 2005, 16:12

bmal says:

there not evil. look a goose can breake your arm with their wing but they dont coz they dont need to . you respect them and their powerfullness

2nd Nov 2005, 16:13

Spike says:

have you ever met anyone thats had their arm broken by a goose/swan??

2nd Nov 2005, 16:15

ElphsHouse says:

I've got a scar on my knee that says they are indeed eeeevil

2nd Nov 2005, 16:15

bmal says:

no thats why they arnt evil they dont break peoples arms

2nd Nov 2005, 16:16

kostika says:

You've never been biten by a goose have you?

2nd Nov 2005, 16:18

Spike says:

i like them, theyre like big playfull ducks!

2nd Nov 2005, 16:18

ElphsHouse says:

hurts like &$@&^$!, doesn't it?

2nd Nov 2005, 16:19

bmal says:

yes but i was poking him in the face

2nd Nov 2005, 16:19

Spike says:

see now woody the woodpecker, he was one mean son-of-a-bitch

2nd Nov 2005, 16:20

kostika says:

Yes Elphs, it hurts like hell.

2nd Nov 2005, 16:27

rachelswirl says:

I love these things HONK HONK!

2nd Nov 2005, 16:53

Steve says:

When I saw the title "honk" I expected to see a picture of somone grabbing Breasts......... Helen really is a lucky girl.........

2nd Nov 2005, 16:55

Amanda says:

I like geese myself, but a former neighbour of mine had her varicose vein pecked open by one!

2nd Nov 2005, 17:14

chris says:

steve, you're a man after my own heart ;-)

2nd Nov 2005, 22:25

Steve-incongnito says:

it wasn't yours I was after :)

2nd Nov 2005, 22:32

Joe says:

Isn't the term "Steve-incognito", somewhat of an oxymoron?

2nd Nov 2005, 22:36

Helen says:

But he's incongnito.

2nd Nov 2005, 22:38

Helen says:

Wherever congnito might be...

2nd Nov 2005, 22:38

Steve says:

oxymoron, an idiot who uses spot cream?

2nd Nov 2005, 22:39

Steve says:

it might not have been me.......

2nd Nov 2005, 22:39

seaneeboy says:

I was bitten by a swan once, the bloody thing nicked my crisps.

15th Nov 2005, 15:43

Groovicron says:

...shouldn't.... laugh.... at seaneeboy's.... pain.....

15th Nov 2005, 15:53

seaneeboy says:

I was very upset. I was only about 5, it was bigger than me. Mute swan, so it was. MUTE?! Screaming Harbinger Of Crispy Death Swan, more like.

15th Nov 2005, 15:57

Joe says:

swans all belong to the queen you know...technically, calling them names is treason

:O

15th Nov 2005, 16:00

What exactly does 'to goose-step' mean then? I liiiiiiiike geese. Those ones anyway - the way the one on the right has cocked his head to one side slightly! hahaahah

15th Nov 2005, 16:01

seaneeboy says:

Joe - Urban legend. Only non-stamped swans can be claimed by the queen, and she only exercises that right along the thames esturay - as my swan was in Belfast Zoo, I can call the little fucker what I want :D

15th Nov 2005, 16:10

ShinyKatie says:

They were very cool. There were loads of them in the church. Every now and then they'd start up with some deafening honking.

15th Nov 2005, 16:10

seaneeboy says:

Hehehe

15th Nov 2005, 16:13

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