Tanka: Seagull stole my Hot Dog

Nice beach day until…
A Seagull stole my hot dog
I wanted revenge
I found my answer online
recipes for stuffed Seagull

Hot Dog Stuffed Seagull with Chips

1 Seagull

3 hot dogs

3 medium sized Potatoes

1 Lemon

1 litre of Milk

Olive oil




Clean seagull and leave in milk bath for 4 hours.

Preheat oven to 180/350°

Cut potatoes 1×1cm.

Toss with oil, salt and pepper and roast for approximately 25 minutes.

Remove bird from bath and dispose of milk.

Fill cavity with hot dogs and lemon wegdes.

Rub skin with olive oil and desired quantity of salt and pepper

Roast for 45 minutes to an hour 15, depending on size of bird.

(Seagulls have been known to eat lead and asbestos. Only acquire your seagull meat from reputable sources)

(This is not a real recipe, please don’t try this at home)

11 thoughts on “Tanka: Seagull stole my Hot Dog

  1. Omg the thought of it! Seagulls are such assholes. They stole my fries when I was a kid. I gave 1 a fry and then they all started swarming me while in my head Flight of the Valkyrie played.

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    1. I would have expected something more Hitchcockesque.
      We were taught from a young age don’t feed seagulls, one becomes a swarm with a single treat.
      The seagulls here are almost three times the sizes the size they are back home. Blew my mind first time I saw them.
      You have big seagulls in Cali?


      1. Yeah my parents were savages that didn’t teach me anything. The seagulls in cali are pretty big but not as big as the ones in NY where I agrew up. Those are the ones who attack me and stole my fries. Savages

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      2. I looked it up the seagulls here are the same as in NY. Largest in the world. Got the stats:
        64–79 cm (25–31 in) long with a 1.5–1.7 m (4 ft 11 in–5 ft 7 in) wingspan and a body weight of 0.75–2.3 kg (1.7–5.1 lb)
        Must have freaked you out as a child.


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