Nature notes and photos from wanderings in BC, Canada, mostly in the Lower Fraser Valley, Bella Coola, and Vancouver Island.
Lol … I know what you mean. I’ve seen that expression many times on the beach and occasionally in the kitchen. :)
When I first saw the title of your post, I thought, "Oh yes they do." But you're right... they DEMAND.
omg, when I saw your post on my blog list I though, like robin andrea, oh yes they do, the then when I clicked on the image to get to your blog, the look in the gull's eye reminded me that "no, they demand." AND lo, that is what you'd written! =) Hee. Thanks for the great insight and the picture that demanded that descriptor.I had a big western gull basically LAND on my calamari "steak" sandwich and fly off with a few pieces, while the rest of my sandwich tumbled to the ground. I shrieked in surprise, then angrily gathered up EVERY LAST BIT of my sandwich from the ground and chucked it in the (covered) trash so that scoundrel would not get one more calorie from me.I went inside the heavenly seafood place (Point Loma Seafood in San Diego), they kindly and immediately replaced my sandwich, and then pointed out the signs, warning folks about aggressive gulls.That gulls was SO RUDE!! But, effective. grrr... =)
When I saw your title I said to myself, "Susannah knows better than that!" And then I saw your subtitle. You are so right! - Margy
Amazing Picture... and get what you mean they do demand :Drachel-marie-x.blogspot.com
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