The Dawn Chorus

4to8

MIA
This AM brought the first real dawn chorus this year and it was really nice to hear. Blackbirds, thrushes, robins in fact all of mother natures little songsters joined in. Very inspiring and relaxing indeed.I have always liked the dawn chorus and memories came back of dawns in junglie places along the Mekong, Hooglie ,Chao Phraya and other rivers.The twittering of the prostituties was always charming back then and the little songs of "Mama-san,the geordie fuck-pig ran away and no pay me" or "Mama-san, that scouse git want half price,he say he Ginger and only come here so his shippers don't find out " or on the Delaware "Fook off paddy,me husband is due in any minute". I wish I had a recording of the little twitters to send to the BBC
 

buggerit84

Lantern Swinger
Ah if only the dawn chorus here were so tuneful - here in Glasgow the closest we get to it is police sirens!
 
I heard it for the first time last Monday, just before the wife said" Should you not be on your way to work by now", hence, mad rush and 30 mins over had to be done that evening!!!!
 

onions

GCM
Sorry, have I missed something? My day doesn't start 'till oh nine dubs at the earliest, unless I'm fishing.
 

YouAreHavingALaugh

Lantern Swinger
Oh, that dawn chorus.

Thought you meant the days when it was 60 in a mess GMD and just after a good run ashore, call the hands went and then started the dawn chorus and of course the smell followed. :lol:
 

sgtpepperband

War Hero
Book Reviewer
This morning I was mostly listening to...

The feckin' phones and fax machine working overtime!! Grrr.... :evil:
 

jesse

War Hero
When drafted to Reserve Fleet British West Hartlepool It was the birds coughing , hawking and spitting twenty four seven that got to me.I'm still in deep therapy.
 

4to8

MIA
4to8 said:
This AM brought the first real dawn chorus this year and it was really nice to hear. Blackbirds, thrushes, robins in fact all of mother natures little songsters joined in. Very inspiring and relaxing indeed.I have always liked the dawn chorus and memories came back of dawns in junglie places along the Mekong, Hooglie ,Chao Phraya and other rivers.The twittering of the prostituties was always charming back then and the little songs of "Mama-san,the geordie *-pig ran away and no pay me" or "Mama-san, that scouse git want half price,he say he Ginger and only come here so his shippers don't find out " or on the Delaware "Fook off paddy,me husband is due in any minute". I wish I had a recording of the little twitters to send to the BBC
ah yes and then there was even-song " I love you all night for 10 dolla.....you pay hotel " in lilting japanese
 
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