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(Courier Mail)   You're truly one disturbed individual if you hunt koala bears for their heads and their testicles   (couriermail.com.au) divider line 66
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2012-08-26 04:17:27 AM
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2012-08-26 04:23:48 AM
ImOKWithThis.jpg

I hate Ewoks
 
2012-08-26 05:27:52 AM
Well, it looks like submitter's never been to a furry convention before, then.

There's a lot of hunting for heads to go on testicles there.
 
2012-08-26 05:33:00 AM
Maybe they taste really good.
 
2012-08-26 05:54:09 AM
Wow, Murdering Creek Road sounds like a bad place to live.
 
2012-08-26 07:02:45 AM
I've seen kangaroo scrotum coin purses in various gift shops here in Australia, but koala scrotum coin purses probably couldn't hold more than a single 50-cent coin...

/special place in Hell for whoever did this...
 
2012-08-26 07:16:04 AM

Paris1127: I've seen kangaroo scrotum coin purses in various gift shops here in Australia, but koala scrotum coin purses probably couldn't hold more than a single 50-cent coin...

/special place in Hell for whoever did this...


Sure, when it's cold. But wait for a warm day and you can use it as a tote bag.
 
2012-08-26 07:23:55 AM
Is it ok if I hunt them for paws and ears?
 
2012-08-26 07:25:20 AM
www.hogwild.net

Why?
 
2012-08-26 07:29:29 AM
It never farking fails. Whenever a species is on the verge of extinction, some assholes always come from out of the woodwork and gives them a shove over the cliff.

Passenger pigeons, British lions, thylacines, sea minks, Mexican grizzly bears, even rats. Everything we touch, we turn to dust.
 
2012-08-26 07:31:15 AM
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Haaa haaa haa. Tourists think their cute and cuddly.
 
2012-08-26 07:39:09 AM
"I would never fark her. That is one ugly panda biatch. If you were panda, you would know she is one ugly panda biatch. I'd rather lick my own balls then fark that panda biatch. I wouldn't fark her with a koala's dick."
 
2012-08-26 07:40:05 AM
Some bears like to be hunted for their testicles, but then they also frequent bars and saunas... or so I have been told.
 
2012-08-26 07:42:12 AM
So if you're just after Koala penis, that's OK?

i.imgur.com
 
2012-08-26 07:42:42 AM
Koala bear farts smell like cough drops.
 
2012-08-26 07:46:09 AM
Please say their eucalyptusy bung holes aren't going to waste.
 
2012-08-26 07:47:47 AM

Coelacanth: It never farking fails. Whenever a species is on the verge of extinction, some assholes always come from out of the woodwork and gives them a shove over the cliff.

Passenger pigeons, British lions, thylacines, sea minks, Mexican grizzly bears, even rats. Everything we touch, we turn to dust.


Yup, and nothing we thought extinct ever turns out to still be around, right coelacanth?

Or was that the joke? It's early.
 
2012-08-26 07:50:39 AM
Koalas can be truly vicious little sh*ts:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2jMDYjB4ke0

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J6hLIP06I_8
 
2012-08-26 07:52:00 AM

Coelacanth: It never farking fails. Whenever a species is on the verge of extinction, some assholes always come from out of the woodwork and gives them a shove over the cliff.

Passenger pigeons, British lions, thylacines, sea minks, Mexican grizzly bears, even rats. Everything we touch, we turn to dust.


Sasquatch?
 
2012-08-26 07:56:19 AM

GungFu: Why?


Holy crap that made me laugh
 
2012-08-26 07:57:10 AM

Zarquon's Flat Tire: Coelacanth: It never farking fails. Whenever a species is on the verge of extinction, some assholes always come from out of the woodwork and gives them a shove over the cliff.

Passenger pigeons, British lions, thylacines, sea minks, Mexican grizzly bears, even rats. Everything we touch, we turn to dust.

Yup, and nothing we thought extinct ever turns out to still be around, right coelacanth?

Or was that the joke? It's early.


And that is how you get PLONKED by a cryptozoologist.
 
2012-08-26 08:11:31 AM

Coelacanth: cryptozoologist.


You're a mummy who works at a zoo? Wow!
 
2012-08-26 08:14:51 AM
Hunt their heads and testicles, and their hearts will follow...
 
2012-08-26 08:18:27 AM
media.comicvine.com

Wanted for questioning
 
2012-08-26 08:31:43 AM

Wookie_Jesus: Coelacanth: It never farking fails. Whenever a species is on the verge of extinction, some assholes always come from out of the woodwork and gives them a shove over the cliff.

Passenger pigeons, British lions, thylacines, sea minks, Mexican grizzly bears, even rats. Everything we touch, we turn to dust.

Sasquatch?


Sasquatch are not animals, they are human beings. Sasquatch are the descendants of the Clovis Indians that survived the extinction level event that wiped out all the megafauna on the North American continent 13,000 years ago. The reason they look the way they do is because of population bottlenecks (limited gene pool). In the late 1970s, early 1980s, there were reports of a Bigfoot being sighted in the flood control channels of Southern California, mostly in the Burbank area. The Long Beach Press Telegram sent out a reporter and a photographer to see if they could find the critter, and not only did they find him, they interviewed him!

The Bigfoot turned out to be a 7' tall Native American of an unidentified nation. He was getting up there in years, he was dressed like Tarzan (loincloth and sandals), and he just wanted to spend the winter someplace warmer. He supplemented what he could catch and gather by going to soup kitchens. After the reporter was done, and the photographer had taken a few pictures, the Burbank Bigfoot said goodbye and moved on.
 
2012-08-26 08:35:03 AM
Most koalas have chlamydia ... and one of the koala strains can be transmitted to humans fairly easilyLink.

I really hope karma was paying attention.
 
2012-08-26 09:00:01 AM
Koalas are not bears, they are marsupials.
 
2012-08-26 09:08:34 AM

verka: Koalas are not bears, they are marsupials.


I'm sad that it took 27 posts for someone to mention this.
 
2012-08-26 09:09:55 AM
t1.gstatic.com

In my culture it's dericacy
 
GBB
2012-08-26 09:16:12 AM
www.geekfill.com
 
2012-08-26 09:17:35 AM
seriously... who wants koala heads anyway? what a freak
 
2012-08-26 09:22:11 AM
Amanda? Dude, that's probably not even her real name.
 
2012-08-26 09:55:27 AM
Hey, those aboriginal hexes aren't casting themselves.
 
2012-08-26 10:06:30 AM
Clearly this was the work of someone who's had to live in a bull koala's territory for more than, oh say, 2 minutes. The sound is bad but oh gods the stench! I have no idea why tourists are so big on touching the damned things let alone cuddling them!

Furry little chlamydia-filled rapists. Blech!
 
2012-08-26 10:15:02 AM
most dangerous animal
eats shoots and leaves
 
2012-08-26 10:21:36 AM
Coelacanth
2012-08-26 07:29:29 AM
It never farking fails. Whenever a species is on the verge of extinction, some assholes always come from out of the woodwork and gives them a shove over the cliff.

Passenger pigeons, British lions, thylacines, sea minks, Mexican grizzly bears, even rats. Everything we touch, we turn to dust.


I'm cool with the rats. Disease carrying bags of germs. Rats are just evil. They do no good at all.
Anything that will eat a baby alive deserves to go extinct.

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Though to be fair to the rats, it was the parents in some of these who should be slowly tortured.
 
2012-08-26 10:36:52 AM

verka: Koalas are not bears


Neither is a Panda
 
2012-08-26 10:47:47 AM
"A large, healthy male koala picked up from the side of the Sunshine Motorway between Murdering Creek Road and Eumarella Road, was cleanly decapitated and had his testicles removed."

Doesn't sound "healthy" to me, and what's with calling it "rescued?"
 
2012-08-26 10:55:59 AM
They are so adorable and cute ... until they begin ripping your face off. Wild animals remain wild animals and are best left alone in nature.
 
2012-08-26 11:01:08 AM
Or their tears.

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2012-08-26 11:02:27 AM
But the koalas will have the last laugh.

spacecollective.org
 
2012-08-26 11:02:31 AM
Gives a whole new meaning to "throw another shrimp on the barbie!" Maybe some of our Aussie friends will know, do you grill them scrotum on or off?
 
2012-08-26 11:22:49 AM

Ambitwistor: But the koalas will have the last laugh.

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He's a Kwicky Koala!
 
2012-08-26 11:25:49 AM
Phbbbt silly hunter. Everyone knows that THIS is why you hunt koalas:

secure.mycart.net
 
2012-08-26 11:26:17 AM
Have a friend who works at a small zoo. When animals die or have to be put down, they often save the skull and pelts for educational outreach programs.

I was helping him deflesh a lioness' skull for preservation when FedEx dropped off some hides he had sent out for tanning. The koala pelt was as soft as chinchilla and as thick as fleece. It's no wonder the koalas were almost hunted to extinction for their hides- a koala blanket would be fantastic, soft and warm.
 
2012-08-26 11:41:44 AM
resources0.news.com.au

Nooooooooo!
 
2012-08-26 11:47:28 AM

LiquidSky: Most koalas have chlamydia ... and one of the koala strains can be transmitted to humans fairly easilyLink.

I really hope karma was paying attention.


From the comments on that article:

Sometimes I feel I've got to
Run away I've got to
Get away
From the virus that you peed onto the skin of me
The hug we shared
Seems to go nowhere
And I've lost my light
For it hurts and burns when I pee at night

(chorus)
Once I hugged you (I hugged)
Now I'll run from you
This tainted hug you've given
You gave all a Koala could give me
Take my tears and that's not nearly all
Oh...tainted hug
Tainted hug
 
2012-08-26 12:31:57 PM
You've never had the Aussie version of Brunswick stew? It goes great with a cold Fosters.
 
2012-08-26 01:08:47 PM

Straelbora: Have a friend who works at a small zoo. When animals die or have to be put down, they often save the skull and pelts for educational outreach programs.

I was helping him deflesh a lioness' skull for preservation when FedEx dropped off some hides he had sent out for tanning. The koala pelt was as soft as chinchilla and as thick as fleece. It's no wonder the koalas were almost hunted to extinction for their hides- a koala blanket would be fantastic, soft and warm.


I havery stroked more than my fair share of koalas and I would say their fur is pretty coarse. kangaroos on the other hand are ultra soft.
 
2012-08-26 01:26:27 PM
Am I a disturbed individual? I have all the koalafications.
 
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