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Started by: piccyme123 (1395)

If every zombie bit one new person a day, starting with just one zombie, the entire world could be zombified in just 34 days.
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There are over 50 different varieties of pumpkin, including the 'Spooktacular', 'Funny Face' and 'Munchkin'. Spalding in Lincolnshire claims to be the pumpkin capital of Britain, because it's the home of the country's biggest producer, David Bowman, who grows two million pumpkins a year.

Started: 1st Nov 2012 at 12:06

Posted by: piccyme123 (1395)

sozzzzzzz i put this into here by mistake, mean't to put it into General so i have put it into there also

Replied: 1st Nov 2012 at 12:10

Posted by: jo anne (33512) 

'99% of pumpkins bought in the UK are not eaten.' (The QI Elves)

If only we could turn flesh-eating zombies into pumpkin-flesh-eating zombies, we could all sleep more easily.

Less cases of inzombia, at least.

Replied: 1st Nov 2012 at 12:20
Last edited by jo anne: 1st Nov 2012 at 12:21:18

Posted by: piccyme123 (1395)

jo anne you crack me up

Replied: 2nd Nov 2012 at 10:41

Posted by: dostaf (inactive)

They'd probably still smell.

Replied: 2nd Nov 2012 at 14:48

Posted by: jo anne (33512) 

Probably so, but a zombie getting right up your nose is better than one that makes you peg it.

Replied: 2nd Nov 2012 at 16:28

Posted by: jo anne (33512) 

Is this a Flash-Seeking Zombie?!

Seen near a hide at Pennington Flash (photos from a few years ago):



(The wooden sculpture's pictured on a Healthy Walks Guide.)

Replied: 5th Nov 2012 at 09:11

Posted by: piccyme123 (1395)

think i'd have been wary if i'd have seen it, last i was there

Replied: 5th Nov 2012 at 11:12

Posted by: jo anne (33512) 

I like it, Piccyme123 - it's not scary really.

I wonder what made this sculpure (2) (2011) leg it, mind you!

No, I'm sure all the sculpures there are in-peccably behaved.

It's the fowl play of the birds you have to watch out for.

(80's video - The Making of Pennington Flash )

Replied: 6th Nov 2012 at 09:56

Posted by: piccyme123 (1395)

loved the coloured Kingfisher sculpture jo anne, would look great in our garden - one of my favorite birds to

Replied: 6th Nov 2012 at 12:23

Posted by: jo anne (33512) 

It featured on WW's photo-a-day, almost a year ago, Piccyme123.

And the reel thing was caught on camera brilliantly by Oy - October 2011.

Replied: 6th Nov 2012 at 13:32

Posted by: piccyme123 (1395)

we had one in our garden a couple of months ago, in the morning, it was on the patio as i opened the curtains, i was so taken aback, speechless { and thats rare } only wish i'd had our camera handy, i think it must have been a young one, and some how lost its way, cos we don't live close to a river, and not very near a brook, but, it was a stunning, even though quick sight. one i will Never forget

Replied: 6th Nov 2012 at 19:39

Posted by: jo anne (33512) 

I don't think I've ever seen a kingfisher in real life, Piccyme123.

Replied: 6th Nov 2012 at 20:04

Posted by: piccyme123 (1395)

it was one of my " must see, etc " list, also a fox, but lucky for me / us when we were in London a couple of years ago, yes, London our capital, we watched one an urban fox ?? come out from behind our hotel were the rubbish bins were kept, it walked slowly passed us on the other side of the road, and kept eye to eye contact with us, it was gobsmacked, and celebrated with an extra glass of wine the colours in a kingfisher are stunning. .one of my favorite all time ducks is the Mandarin duck, seen them a few times at Martin Mere etc. they are Mother Natures most beautiful creatures, her art work beats any persons past or present, in my book .. hope my piccy of a Mandarin duck works ??



Replied: 6th Nov 2012 at 20:24

Posted by: piccyme123 (1395)

way to go Stunning or wot

Replied: 6th Nov 2012 at 20:25

Posted by: jo anne (33512) 

I've seen the male Mandarin ducks at Martin Mere, too, Piccyme123. They are beautiful.

We saw a fox this July, quite close to our home. I was over-awed to see it.

Replied: 6th Nov 2012 at 22:01

Posted by: piccyme123 (1395)

i can fully understand your feeling jo anne love all the nature, wildlife stuff.

Replied: 7th Nov 2012 at 11:46

 

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