Discussion in 'Brixton' started by Bob, Oct 3, 2005.
We need a proper quote and citation?
Back to November 14, 2004: http://rik.typepad.com/blog/2004/11/i_for_one_welco.html
e2a: shit. Wrong thread posted on - accidental bump. Sorry
FAD ) For Avoidance of Doubt:
"the fearsome Brixton Crack Squirrel, which feeds entirely on discarded rocks of crack cocaine and is generally rather bolshy for such a small creature. They used to hang out in the little park in front of the Ritzy Cinema, twitching spastically, dancing to music only they could hear and generally creating a malevolent ambience."
...but unfortunately they've been priced out of the area, pushed out by wealthier foodie squirrels
Lets hope Mr Policeman Badger is on the case.
I can't imagine sensible Tufty taking crack though.
Willy Weasel yes, that's probably why he got run over all the time because he was shit faced from his pick-up from the dodgy ice cream van.
Explanation for that small part of the Urban 75 demographic aged under 35
Tufty is dealing from the ice cream van
Willy weasel looks pretty cool in his Breton fisherman's top. Perhaps he was big on French new wave cinema.
Great site that with lots useful government info about keeping you cutlery clean in the event of a nuclear holocaust.
Great headline and picture in the Wandsworth Guardian
One Direction star Niall Horan viciously attacked by Battersea Park squirrel
Ha ha ha the squirrel couldn't have picked a better victim!
Attacked by a nut-hoarding, crack-addicted, 8 inch tall killer for crimes to music
You're channelling a Boris joke at Tory conference
Ah, didn't realise Boris had made a squirrel joke....FFS!
Squirrels are moving-on from crack to Tunnock's Teacakes:
a slightly healthier lifestyle choice
Not when an enormous, morbidly obese squirrel, with its system weakened from years of sustained crack abuse croaks and falls straight out of its tree on to some poor passerby!
this is a concern I have everytime I walk through a Brixton park
That picture actually looks close to life size.
Those quick and dirty "Friday afternoon before the Bank Holiday after session in the pub" Photoshop pics have got the folk in Tunnocks' PR team more coverage than any of their other work so far this year!
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