An improbability of puffins

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An improbability of puffins

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...and here I thought the post was all about...

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That looks like a high probability of muffins!

Have a chocolate puffin!

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Rudi wrote:
27 Sep 2022, 09:54
    
...and here I thought the post was all about...


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Nuffin like it.

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I don't think I would enjoy chocolate stuffing, although I understand that chocolate was originally a savoury product
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I think I'm quite fortunate because, during the breeding season, there are lots of puffins to be seen at Bempton Cliffs. It only takes about to drive there from where I Live.

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:thumbup:

(It only takes what? A small fortune at current petrol prices? :innocent:)
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HansV wrote:
27 Sep 2022, 17:44
(It only takes what? A small fortune at current petrol prices? :innocent:)
Well, without petrol he and his party would have to push the vehicle, and what with (a) the uphill stretches and (b) chasing after the vehicle on the downhill stretches, by the time that hey all reached the clifftops, there's be just too much puffin altogether.
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He could always ride his bicycle, that requires food energy but no petrol
Alternatively he could drive the car to go and see some petrels
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StuartR wrote:
28 Sep 2022, 08:46
some petrels
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