On the way home from my first commute to work last evening with all of 176 miles on the clock and my driver's side window gets pasted with a huge greenish/brown splotch of Maryland Goose guano! Had to scrub it off with hot water and some liquid Lysol lemon soap. Gross.
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HA HA my girlfriend likes in a marina sort of neighborhood where each home has a private dock and access to the lake, everytime i go over there i find a new seagull or goose crap on my truck! very annoying! i started making excuses to not go over there! HAHAHA
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I do not know what took a crap on my wife's Camry the other day but I hope that there are not a whole lot more of them migrating this way. The dried droppings were about 4 inches wide and cacked on there really good. Took me about 15 minutes of soaking before I could wipe it away. Never seen anything like it. It was like if Creo had a bird that sat there eating hamburger and milkshakes all day and then it escaped and went on a bombing rampage.
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i was driving on a long/flat highway in 40 mph headwinds one day and a couple miles ahead there was a flock of pelicans soaring around. all of a sudden SPLAT . looked like a water balloon full of melted vanilla ice cream...covered 1/2 the windshield!!
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