The epidemic continues!
related: It’s called “performance art”
So, this is what happens in Jacksonville, Florida when one neighbor accuses another of harboring illegal backyard fowl:
related: Cock fight!
extra credit: On the backyard chicken trend [npr.org]
Our submitter says this note (and the accompanying response) was posted in the ladies restroom of a busy medical complex in Florida.
Amanda in Florida works near a lovely bridge where, she says, “you are almost assured to see manatees at every visit.” On one side of this bridge is “a very beautiful home”…and now this very disturbing sign.
related: The right to bear fruit
Writes Kate in Pensacola, Florida: “There’s a new subdivision going up near me, and the farmer next door is NOT happy about it.”
(And then, of course, there’s the city version…)
Our unapologetic submitter, Patrick from Orlando, Florida, says he’s always been more of a dog person. One day, he says, “I got fed up with the perpetual harassment of this neighborhood cat: getting into my trash, jumping onto my car, and might have even given me ringworm once.” His response?
Adds Patrick: “Crazy cat ladies must have some sort of sixth sense because I had an angry visitor at my front door within 15 minutes. To this day, Snowball still roams free.”
related: The story of STUPID CAT
extra credit: Call for Cat Curfew [thecourier.com.au]
Spotted backstage at a resort in St. Petersburg, Florida — drama!
Or, as RuPaul put it:
related: Stripper Problems