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22 tweets that sum up what it's like to live among seagulls in Ireland

Just one day off from their antics… That’s all we want.

1. They’re so freakishly big that they’re being treated as a tourist attraction.

2. They seem to just get bigger and bigger. Nobody knows what they’re capable of.

3. Even more frighteningly, they do not seem to sleep. They scream all night and harass pedestrians all day.

4. They live to make us uncomfortable.

5. And get away with things that humans could never do… Despite the fact they’re nearly the same size as us at this stage.

6. They expect more respect from us than most other human beings do.

7. They should remind us to be aware of how we make other animals feel.

8. When they eat like this… Is it any wonder they’re as strong as us?

9. There’s no respite from them. If they don’t wake you up from your sleep, they’ll just intimidate you in your dreams instead.

10. Some day, this is the actual size they will be in comparison to ambulances.

11. If you close your eyes, you could pretend you’re on a Discovery Channel docu-series.

12. As well as taking over our streets, they also take over our headlines.

13. Eating in public is now completely off of the cards.

14. Don’t even bother trying.

15. You’re not safe in the comfort of your home either.

16. Their savage behaviour isn’t only directed towards humans.

17. They hurt us in many more ways than simply stealing our food.

18. They will single out individuals to victimise.

19. Even Stormzy hates them with a passion.

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20. They are more Dublin than humans from Dublin.

21. Maybe we’re not so different after all.

22. They’re clearly evolving quicker than we can keep up with.

That’s exactly what they want us to think. They’re just on the way to becoming humans.


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