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Wednesday, 9 November 2011

On Owls and Naked Men

A couple posts back I was writing about the native New Zealand Owl and other birds around my house, well I decided to try and find it again to show my friend. So we waited until around midnight when it started calling and went out to look for it with a spot light, we were under the tree and I was searching for it when I heard a voice from below me.

"Heeeeellllloooooooo" it said. I was surprised by this and aimed the torch lower, where before my eyes there was a bathtub, with scented candles around and a naked man having a soak. "Ah Hi..." I replied not sure how my bird hunt had come to this. He spoke in a voice that carried on a bit and said to me "Ahhhh you muuust be the boy that lives at that house over there, I don't think we have had a chance to meet yet". We introduced each other and I explained the situation, he was actually rather nice to talk to to. We decided to give up looking for the Owl since our conversation had scared it off, but as we were leaving he exclaimed "Youuu simply must come out for a soak some time in the night young man". >_>

15 comments:

  1. Well, all righty then. Have you had that soak yet young man? Thanks for visiting WOMEN: WE SHALL OVERCOME. I shall follow you, and I hope you will follow me.

    Love,
    Lola

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  2. Oh shit. I'm a putz. I already follow you. I'm old so you can tell me the same story over and over again and it's new to me every time. And I'll think it's hilarious every time.

    Love,
    Lola

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  3. Shame I dont know you in real life Lola, I love to tell the same jokes over and over.

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  4. YEP. CLEARLY NOT A PEDO. MOVE ALONG, NOTHING TO SEE.

    ._.

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  5. I think someone has a crush on you.




    Run.



    Run now.

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  6. Well that was quite weird! Truth stranger then fiction!

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  7. Loved the post. But i think its time to trade the "torch" in for a flash light.

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  8. Only birds in city I currently live are crows and pigeons :/

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  9. this happens all too often in New Zealand

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  10. :) so will you be bird-watching again?

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