A Life Less Interesting
You are so lucky.
Oh, yuch! Ohhhh, yuch! Do they eat each other? They'll end up big as ponies! Oh, the inhumanity!
New York has Kong, Tokyo, Gojira; we take what we can get, Petrea.Speedway, I've not been attacked yet. At first I assumed the headline was merely metaphorical and that a new bank or corporate law firm had opened its doors here, but now I'm about to drive into the city I'm wondering if the giant slugs are real so I'm going to be sure and carry a big bag of salt for protection.
Slugs like beer. Fill all the ponds and pools with some ale and the buggers will crawl in drown. Uh, wait a sec - so maybe will a large percentage of the population - the people part of the population. The slugs are real (I checked the newspaper's website.)
What? No pictures??? I am depending on YOU, sugar, to show us some evidential proofs! (sorry, I watched Love Actually again last night.) xoxoxox
I'm with Savannah, we want the follow-up.
Speedway, the real thing is never as much fun as the newspaper headline. Sigh …Savannah, I searched high and low in Norwich today (well low, anyway), but no sign of the giant slugs. I suspect the snow has driven them back into their secret lair, but I'll keep my eyes peeled for them and let you know.xoxoxoxPetrea, I SO want to pack a shotgun with rock salt and go hunting giant slugs, but alas, they're nowhere to be seen in all this snow. I suspect that - being cannibals - they are a problem that comes with its own solution. Rule one of invading a city is to invade with creatures that do not eat one another. Recipe for farce if ever there was one.
Well, after reading the comments, it sounds like good advice and caution has been taken against these invaders. And it helps that they eat each other. (We still want photos, though).Saturday must have been a boring news day at the Eastern Daily Press....
Every day is a boring news day around here, Ms.M.The slugs have been hit by another seven inches of snow last night, but I'm none too grateful as I've got to drive a long way in it and sit in a freezing site hut today.Ah, the joys of Architecture,
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