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Jedi Pigeon

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It's a hard life being a pigeon; fighting with your fellow flock for loose baguette crumbs, losing limbs in squabbles and even being poisoned by rock stars.

But this fella is in no danger of being kicked to the kerb. For he knows the ways of the force.

He may look small, he may look like an easy target, but this Jedi pigeon is powerful; come any closer and he'll unleash his lightsaber on you in a battle to the death.

Or at least until you give him a slice of Kingsmill.

Thanks to @penspencilspens

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