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My neighbor is nuts.

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Johnny_5, Jun 24, 2009.

  1. itsstillmatt

    itsstillmatt Well-Known Member

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    I would have asked the deer on a date.
    It would have used you for food.
     
  2. Connemara

    Connemara Well-Known Member

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    It would have used you for food.
    I am too lean and sinewy.
     
  3. satorstyle

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    Produce the bambi pictures or it never happened.
     
  4. itsstillmatt

    itsstillmatt Well-Known Member

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    I am too lean and sinewy.
    That doesn't mean you couldn't have bought it a sandwich at Panera.
     
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    Fun facts almost totally unrelated to the OP - because moose are not very smart, male moose frequently attack swing sets get the chains from the swings wrapped around their heads, freak out and take off down the road (or get stuck depending on the size of the swing set). Look at this moose totally kicking ass and taking names. http://media.adn.com/smedia/2008/09/...ffiliate.7.jpg
     
  6. VKK3450

    VKK3450 Well-Known Member

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    If he had his way with that deer the meat would not have been usable. [​IMG]

    Doesn't beating the meat ternderize it?

    Woooo, I know how that sounds....

    K
     
  7. redcaimen

    redcaimen Well-Known Member

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    BUT TEH DEER IS SO CUTE!

    I seriously doubt he was going to be able to harm the deer with a broom. Those things are tough. I'm pretty surprised it didn't bolt when he threw a rock at it though, they're incredibly skittish here. They're a menace to gardens, so I would guess that's what his issue was, though really if you're in a deer area, do yourself a favour and put up a fence.


    The fence would have to be about 8 feet high. I once attempted to protect my garden with a 5 and a half foot fence. One night I hear something and turn the lights on over my garden area. A whole friggin family of deer are in there munching away. Some of them had to get running starts but the big male just jumped from where he was standing and was up and over the fence like it wasnt even there.
     
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    Doesn't beating the meat ternderize it?

    Woooo, I know how that sounds....

    K


    I'm incredibly tender.
     
  10. Johnny_5

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    Tell him to aim for the head and only the head.

    Only if it's a baby seal.

    Digital, you're such a pussy. I didn't know I had befriended some kinda PETA freak this entire time.

    Some people are just weird and anal when it comes to animals. I've lived in areas where deers, bears, coyotes, racoons, etc. were constantly passing through but it's just been part of living there, much like the sound of traffic would be acceptable for living in the city. It sounds like your neighbor simply has nothing else better to do.


    Animals are pretty common around here. We have deer, coyotes, wild turkeys, and peacocks.

    I would have asked the deer on a date.

    Well it was a fawn, so considering it wasnt collecting social security it was way out of your age range.
     
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    TyCooN Well-Known Member

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    Wow this thread.
     
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    Its funny, you can see a correlation to where where a person grew up and/or their political views just by their response to this thread...... [​IMG]
     
  13. musicguy

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    Its funny, you can see a correlation to where where a person grew up and/or their political views just by their response to this thread...... [​IMG]

    This.
     
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    I'm incredibly tender.

    edited because I anticipate that it would be read wrongly...

    K
     
  15. texas_jack

    texas_jack Well-Known Member

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    Its funny, you can see a correlation to where where a person grew up and/or their political views just by their response to this thread...... [​IMG]

    fail, I grew up in a very liberal city, Austin TX. I'm just not a pussy.
     
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    Animals are pretty common around here. We have deer, coyotes, wild turkeys, and peacocks.

    That's another story, Dr. Doolittle. Those things are fucking annoying. There's a neighborhood in LA where they run rampant climbing on the roofs of homes and squawking at all fucking hours.
     
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    That's another story, Dr. Doolittle. Those things are fucking annoying. There's a neighborhood in LA where they run rampant climbing on the roofs of homes and squawking at all fucking hours.
    Weird. I thought you loved 'cocks.
     
  18. Johnny_5

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    fail, I grew up in a very liberal city, Austin TX. I'm just not a pussy.
    I think its just too hard for you to comprehend. Go back a page, read, and try again.
     
  19. Rambo

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    That's another story, Dr. Doolittle. Those things are fucking annoying. There's a neighborhood in LA where they run rampant climbing on the roofs of homes and squawking at all fucking hours.
    They're aggressive little fucks to boot.
     
  20. Milhouse

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    Its funny, you can see a correlation to where where a person grew up and/or their political views just by their response to this thread...... [​IMG]

    Where did I grow up and what are my political views?
     

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