18 Times The Seagulls Of Dublin Went Too Far

We welcome our avian overlords...

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If you've spent any time at all meandering around the city centre recently, you'll have noticed something: Dublin now belongs to our feathery overlords, the seagulls.

They do what they like, when they like, and we are mere inconveniences standing in their way.

They're losing the run of themselves entirely. 

Don't believe us? See how you feel after reading this.

1. This one who's giving you one last chance

Go on, test him.

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2. This one on its way to steal your lunch

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3. This one still out from the night before

#birdsesh

4. These two who got what's coming to them

Mufasa V Scar. Who will win?

5. These ones keen to take part in the apocalypse 

Slan Howth, you were pretty.

7. This plethora of Death Eaters ready to launch

Rats of the sky.

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8. This seagull attack en masse

Oh God, they're everywhere!

9. This one giving out about out lack of government

Mouthin' for all to hear.

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10. These FIENDS hunting for scraps and weaklings

Taking no prisoners in their wake.

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Photo cred: www.rte.ie

11. This flock with phasers set to kill

One swift peck at a time.

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12. This opinionated fella with a penchant for pints

And not afraid to fuckin' show it.

13. This one keeping sketch for the boyos

"Yeah lads yer all right, go on ahead I've got this".

*squawk*

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14. This one who's had a rough night

Doing unspeakable deeds, judging by the hack of him.

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15. This one robbing kids in Dundrum

Hide yo' kids, hide yo' husband.

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16. This one who just doesn't give a toss

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17. This one robbing a Teddy's

Fair enough, like.

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18. And finally, these ones who've taken a leaf from our founder's book and are dominating the city bit by bit

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Written By

Kate Demolder

Kate is a contributing writer here at Lovin Dublin. You are as likely to see her indulging in some of Dublin’s finer establishments, as well as panic-exercising the day after.

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