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After a plague of vicious herring gull attacks across the UK that has left numerous dogs dead, children maimed and elderly postmen made prisoners in their own vans by flocks of these huge birds - now kids are being taught to surrender to them.
They're vicious, intelligent and huge.
the council and police won't do anything and im scared to leave my house. I have nothing to fight with.
They attack children, pets, they'll attack anyone. How long until these dog sized birds realise they can gang up and kill people?
And NO we can't kill or hurt them, you will get put in jail.
>Go to Europe for vacation >Frankfurt, Paris, London and Barcelona >Kids constantly making slant eyed gestures at me >'Ching chong, wing wong' comments from adults >'chinky chinky chinky' >'I'll have a number 65 please with egg fried rice >mfw
Is this normal in Europe? Because it isn't in the States or Canada. I was about ready to throw hands by the end of the trip.
Somehow I don't think you guys would ever DARE do this to a Uber Driver or African.
So what. Asians are racist as fuck, don't play like you ain't ching chong. Stop expecting white people to treat you with respect. Asians are fucking up every country they go to, invading every country like a quiet plague. China will go down harder than any other country once we pull the curtain back.
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