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You could serve them up as burgers like they did around here this weekend.... no I'm not kidding and no I didn't have one :blink:


Mine was apparently Ostrich but I didn't know that until I'd eaten a quarter of it <_<

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think there is an ostrich farm on the Wirral somewhere. Used to see them wandering about the field when I went to the in-laws of a Sunday.


Not sure whether he breeds them for the meat or for the eggs. Take a long time to hard boil one and you need a saw to take the top off though. :blink:



A quick edit to clear up any confusion that may occur. It was the ostriches wandering about the fields not the in-laws.

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I was so fed up of getting leaflets advertising all the local businesses special offers posted through my door, that I put a '' NO FLYERS'' sign up.



On my doorstep the next morning I found two penguins, three emus and an ostrich. :unsure:

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