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2012-11-01 04:25:48 PM
Well, this is really not very surprising, considering what happened to me last week. I was in the local Whole Foods shopping for a chicken-not a live one, mind you, since I'm not sure I could bear to butcher it-when a grizzly ran out of the Bed, Bath and Beyond next door covered in scented bath soaps and wicker furniture bits and made a beeline right for the poultry case. What was a bear doing in a shopping mall, I asked, and someone said that it was probably a political ad gone wrong, but I couldn't ask any more because that was when the zookeepers arrived and started waving guns around. Now at this point, I was trying to fend off the bear with some bits of wicker furniture and hold onto my chicken at the same time, and one of the zookeepers must have made a mistake, because somehow in all the ruckus I got tasered and tranquilized and ended up being dropped off in the mountains with an radio tag stapled to my ear, which wasn't much fun.

I eventually made it back to civilization without my chicken, but I don't know what happened to the bear. So, yeah, it could happen.
 
2012-11-01 05:08:47 PM
Yes, but did it drink 100 bees and destroy electrucal apploances?
 
2012-11-01 05:15:33 PM
this country has been slow to recognize the rights of bears. our upcoming elections are proof of same. but some day, with god as my witness, we'll have a Bear party. it might take 100 years or more but some day we'll have a Bear in the white house. and what a glorious day it will be.

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2012-11-01 05:18:01 PM
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2012-11-01 05:18:58 PM
It was Clay.
 
2012-11-01 05:22:17 PM

KrispyKritter: this country has been slow to recognize the rights of bears. our upcoming elections are proof of same. but some day, with god as my witness, we'll have a Bear party. it might take 100 years or more but some day we'll have a Bear in the white house. and what a glorious day it will be.

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That can't possibly be true, we have more than half the country that will defend bear arms until the day they die.
 
2012-11-01 06:06:13 PM
Sounds more like a new twist on car jacking.
 
2012-11-01 06:11:22 PM

toraque: Well, this is really not very surprising, considering what happened to me last week. I was in the local Whole Foods shopping for a chicken-not a live one, mind you, since I'm not sure I could bear to butcher it-when a grizzly ran out of the Bed, Bath and Beyond next door covered in scented bath soaps and wicker furniture bits and made a beeline right for the poultry case. What was a bear doing in a shopping mall, I asked, and someone said that it was probably a political ad gone wrong, but I couldn't ask any more because that was when the zookeepers arrived and started waving guns around. Now at this point, I was trying to fend off the bear with some bits of wicker furniture and hold onto my chicken at the same time, and one of the zookeepers must have made a mistake, because somehow in all the ruckus I got tasered and tranquilized and ended up being dropped off in the mountains with an radio tag stapled to my ear, which wasn't much fun.

I eventually made it back to civilization without my chicken, but I don't know what happened to the bear. So, yeah, it could happen.


I find this quite entertaining.Not enough to give up your day/night job.But it could get you out of mom's basement.she wants me to move in
 
2012-11-01 06:22:15 PM
Cornelius, noooooo!
 
2012-11-01 06:34:04 PM
My bad.
 
2012-11-01 07:30:26 PM
Bear City...
Bear, Bear, City
 
2012-11-01 08:27:50 PM
"(The homeowners) weren't doing anything wrong," she said.

Lies! God is punishing them for their sins!!!
 
2012-11-01 09:53:44 PM
...so was that still.
 
2012-11-02 12:57:39 AM
Having recently had a nuisance brown bear in our neighborhood we had to shoot, I'm getting a deja vu kick out of these replies

\6 feet under now
\\scary muthaeffer
 
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