Ha ha that Toucan joke is genius! I remember i went to a little pub on the lincolnshire coastline that had similiar jokes but they were rather more risque- involving cockatoo's (genuine bird!) and exotic birds of a different kind. Was one of those pubs where everything was slightly odd- they collected all manner of things that had washed ashore- from bits of wood to muskets. the oddest and most unsettling thing was that it used to be a public toilet! And i can confirm a lot of the locals continued to use it in that manner after a pint or two!
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What the hell is this troll hole these days?
Yes, when ever i talk about film making at my school, people tend to get quite interested.
MasterWolf- How many news papers are you going to have to put down for that emu or can you train them to tell you when they have to go outside?What does an emu eat? :huh:The tucan joke was great!