24.12.38

Four eggs.

Both the pigeons eggs broken – do not know how, possibly a cat tried to get up to the nest & scared the bird off. Evidently fertile eggs as they were streaked with blood.

Clear & fine.

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12 Responses to 24.12.38

  1. Dominic says:

    Clear & fine? Streaked with blood… and it’s clear and fine?!

    Oh, he meant the weather.

  2. mike says:

    four eggs? I think that’s a record!

  3. Ken says:

    It’s a Christmas miracle!

  4. David says:

    Oh no George has a nemesis! Get that evil cat!

  5. behavedave says:

    “Evidently fertile eggs as they were streaked with blood”

    Mother pigeon may have been clipped by a claw. Ahh well a cats gotta do what a cats gotta do.

  6. vr0n says:

    !!!! and not 2 days ago I was suspecting a hithertobefore unmentioned feline…. Cats + pigeons = bad news. I could see it coming.

    But way to ruin some good news… FOUR EGGS!!! Woohoo!!!! It seems that the chooks took advantage of the cat’s pigeon distraction…

  7. Tragedy upon tragedy in the pigeon family.

  8. It just wouldn’t be Christmas unless something got streaked with blood.

  9. Ed Webb says:

    Weather clear and fine,
    We can celebrate four eggs:
    Season demands blood

  10. santiago says:

    My god, 4 eggs? Where will this end?

  11. tona says:

    Even HE says they’re fertile eggs, I feel vindicated.

  12. Yokozuna says:

    Two (fertile) eggs broken by a cat… what a lousy metaphor… Come on George, you can tell us things aren’t going along fine with your wife

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