Odd Loud Hissing Noise

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  1. RaM

    RaM Justified & Ancient

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    Swans and geese can hiss when they get a snot on though I must admit I fancy the hedgehog thy can be quite noisy.
     
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    Swifty doesn't negotiate with terriers

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    Stop snotting on them then!.
     
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    escargot Beloved of Ra

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    A few months ago I was followed by a loud hissing sound. It was a hole in my back bike tyre spraying green anti-puncture gunge all over the place. Bastard.
     
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    You're anti puncture stuff worked well then.o_O
     
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    catseye For the greater good

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    I'd also go with hedgehogs. Barn owls are quite large, even the youngsters, and they move about quite a lot. Although I wouldn't rule out a young owlet, I'd think in these circumstances a hedgehog is far more likely. It might well have been riled up by the cat - mine find hedgehogs absolutely fascinating and will spend ages trying to find out how you open the spiky tin.
     
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    Had the same thing on a motorbike, a can of puncture sealant that was clamped to the frame had managed to touch the tire that had then rubbed through and the back of the bike disappeared in a ball of green sticky foam.
     
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    Oh the irony.
     
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    If you wanted to cover the pavement AND your husband with green goo then yes, it was a roaring success! :agree:

    TBH as I'd ridden over broken glass there wasn't any product that'd've kept the tyre up.
     
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    idk if you will see this, but water (or sand) pouring sounds have often been reported in politergeist events. conversely, if a mundane reason, it might have been a small out flow of water in a nearby potty. sometimes the seals leak occasionally not continuously, or it could've been a small amount of water trapped in a clogged pipe or downspout which was suddenly released.
     
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