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August 27, 2019


Man uses dead pigeon ‘as weapon’ during street fight

Never bring a pigeon to a fistfight.

(Thanks to John Lobert and Ralph)


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"'E's dead, that's what's wrong with it!"

"No, no...he's resting."

It would have been a pretty good weapon if he'd been on target. I'd certainly back off if I was hit by something that nasty (a pigeon, like a gull, is pretty much just a flying cross between a landfill and an outhouse).

Weaponized dead pigeons are banned under the Geneva Convention. And I believe using a dead pigeon in a fight is a hanging offense in Texas.

Asian referee calls two fighters to the center of the ring before the fight to give instructions:

"Men I want a keen fight. Obey my command at all times. If you see a dead pigeon, do not kam down thoat during choke ho. Keep it keen. Chop!"

NOTES: Chop means fight in parts of Asia. Keen means 'clean' when pigeon English is used.

The dove of peace failed again.

Le Pet, this is true. Besides, a dead rattlesnake would be far more effective, since it can still bite.

Dead Pigeon would be a good name for etc.

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