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2012-11-27 07:54:47 AM  
She picked up this guy:
i.dailymail.co.uk
 
2012-11-27 09:20:44 AM  
ikonsmagazine.com
 
2012-11-27 09:51:05 AM  
when did she stop?
 
2012-11-27 09:58:40 AM  
I would love if an older cougar type farkette showed me what one looks like. Bie/eip
 
2012-11-27 09:59:03 AM  
upload.wikimedia.org
 
2012-11-27 09:59:05 AM  
The homeowner was concerned, they said, that a cougar could enter the home this way. I mean, what if the cat had found the slow-cooker pork and not only ruined our dinner but also burned its poor mouth! Man, that would just be the worst all around.
 
2012-11-27 09:59:30 AM  

Mark Ratner: [ikonsmagazine.com image 440x352]


Go on....

COUGAR THREAD!

www.demotivationalposters.org
 
2012-11-27 10:01:36 AM  
So SUBBY, by "Dog Door" do you mean anal?

/some kind of code I bet.
 
2012-11-27 10:05:06 AM  

Cougar enters home through dog door.


And the station's call letters are KATU.
 
2012-11-27 10:06:53 AM  
i fell pray to a cougar once. her ex husband must have done a number on her cause good lord she was insane-o in the bedroom. i felt bad, cause i'd sneak in after her 5 year old daughter went to bed.

i quit her when i ended up at her friend's kid's middle school basketball game. i was only 25 at the time. scared the shiat out of me.

/CSB
 
2012-11-27 10:08:19 AM  
www.nastyhobbit.org

/I don't know if I'm aroused by this or disturbed.
 
2012-11-27 10:10:02 AM  

factoryconnection: The homeowner was concerned, they said, that a cougar could enter the home this way. I mean, what if the cat had found the slow-cooker pork and not only ruined our dinner but also burned its poor mouth! Man, that would just be the worst all around.


Made citrus pork in the slow cooker last night for dinner, so getting a kick...
 
2012-11-27 10:11:04 AM  
www.demotivationalposters.org 
cdn.rickey.org
 
2012-11-27 10:11:49 AM  

ChipNASA: [www.demotivationalposters.org image 640x490] 
[cdn.rickey.org image 341x333]


she's a maneater!
 
2012-11-27 10:12:02 AM  

Real Women Drink Akvavit: Made citrus pork in the slow cooker last night for dinner, so getting a kick...


I've had some truly regrettable but hilarious experiences courtesy of Norwegian Aqvavit, so I to am getting a kick...
 
2012-11-27 10:14:24 AM  
"people don't understand the breadth of the cougar problem"

It's not a cougar problem. It's a sprawl problem. The poor guy quoted lost animals and seems to derive a livelihood from living in cougar territory/habitat. Most of his neighbors, though, likely live out there because they can get more house for less money than living closer into a town or city and in this country gas is relatively cheap.

I will concede it would scare the living hell out of me if a cougar got into the house with my dogs and kids. Kitty, you stay outside.
 
2012-11-27 10:14:30 AM  
Dear Penthouse~
Late last night a cougar came to my house and caught me by surprise as she had entered through the doggie door...
 
2012-11-27 10:16:16 AM  
outstanding sub-nificent!

you now get one of these
www.technick.net
 
2012-11-27 10:17:01 AM  
No no no. Lure the cougar in, tranquilize it, then cut its throat and make tacos.

It worked for mom.
 
2012-11-27 10:18:15 AM  

Mark Ratner: [ikonsmagazine.com image 440x352]


Cougars are easy to pick up. But how easy is it to get rid of them?
 
2012-11-27 10:21:50 AM  

Biness: ChipNASA: [www.demotivationalposters.org image 640x490] 
[cdn.rickey.org image 341x333]

she's a maneater!


WHICH ONE?!?!?!? (starts to unzip....)
 
2012-11-27 10:23:44 AM  

Biness: ChipNASA: [www.demotivationalposters.org image 640x490] 
[cdn.rickey.org image 341x333]

she's a maneater!


Looks like someone wants an adult. A-dult. Adult. Edu-caation....

/ go dance on your knees...
 
2012-11-27 10:23:49 AM  
Here in Estes Park, we call it "Sundays".
Bobcats, bears, and coyotes... other things that get into your house if not secured.
 
2012-11-27 10:24:05 AM  
cdn.motinetwork.net
meta.filesmelt.com
/
 
2012-11-27 10:24:43 AM  

ChipNASA: Mark Ratner: [ikonsmagazine.com image 440x352]

Go on....

COUGAR THREAD!

[www.demotivationalposters.org image 336x329]


Okay, I'll go on. I cropped my face out of this photo, because I value my privacy.

www.lookhowfarwevecome.org 

Yeah yeah, I know I can "do better," but she really is a nice lady. Good cook too. I didn't care too much for having to rub her bunions, but she helped me out with a couple car payments and a month's rent. Then I met my current girlfriend (the hottie on the right) on a cruise, so I just see her like 3-4 times a month now.

assets.nydailynews.com
 
2012-11-27 10:28:45 AM  
cdn.motinetwork.net

/I'd go all astroglide on that ass....and tits...and va-jay-jay
 
2012-11-27 10:32:28 AM  

factoryconnection: Real Women Drink Akvavit: Made citrus pork in the slow cooker last night for dinner, so getting a kick...

I've had some truly regrettable but hilarious experiences courtesy of Norwegian Aqvavit, so I to am getting a kick...


You just haven't been appropriately trained. Come on over! I'll help!

/has both Linie and Aalborg in the freezer right now
 
2012-11-27 10:35:10 AM  
www.demotivationalposters.org
 
2012-11-27 10:35:46 AM  

Real Women Drink Akvavit: factoryconnection: Real Women Drink Akvavit: Made citrus pork in the slow cooker last night for dinner, so getting a kick...

I've had some truly regrettable but hilarious experiences courtesy of Norwegian Aqvavit, so I to am getting a kick...

You just haven't been appropriately trained. Come on over! I'll help!

/has both Linie and Aalborg in the freezer right now


BIE or it didn't happen!!!
 
2012-11-27 10:37:37 AM  
web-images.chacha.com
 
2012-11-27 10:41:41 AM  

santadog: Here in Estes Park, we call it "Sundays".
Bobcats, bears, and coyotes... other things that get into your house if not secured.


Yikes. Lock your doors.
2.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-11-27 10:41:57 AM  
F*UCK JUSTIN BIEBER

cdn.motinetwork.net
 
2012-11-27 10:43:58 AM  

Mark Ratner: santadog: Here in Estes Park, we call it "Sundays".
Bobcats, bears, and coyotes... other things that get into your house if not secured.

Yikes. Lock your doors.
[2.bp.blogspot.com image 533x558]


www.s3forums.com

planetarbitrary.com
 
2012-11-27 10:47:09 AM  

ChipNASA: F*UCK JUSTIN BIEBER


25 is a cougar now?

Well, I guess that makes me a cougar, and I thought I had a good 15 years or so left.

/Mr.Wookies turned 7 this year.
 
2012-11-27 10:51:21 AM  

ChipNASA: Real Women Drink Akvavit: factoryconnection: Real Women Drink Akvavit: Made citrus pork in the slow cooker last night for dinner, so getting a kick...

I've had some truly regrettable but hilarious experiences courtesy of Norwegian Aqvavit, so I to am getting a kick...

You just haven't been appropriately trained. Come on over! I'll help!

/has both Linie and Aalborg in the freezer right now

BIE or it didn't happen!!!


Booze in email? Dude. You can get that right here.

www.chow.com

/hotter than a Norwegian taking sauna
 
2012-11-27 10:52:51 AM  

Real Women Drink Akvavit: Booze in email?


Smartass {;-D
/just makes you MOAR attractive.
 
2012-11-27 11:00:41 AM  

ChipNASA: Real Women Drink Akvavit: Booze in email?

Smartass {;-D
/just makes you MOAR attractive.


What, the booze?
 
2012-11-27 11:05:03 AM  

Mark Ratner: santadog: Here in Estes Park, we call it "Sundays".
Bobcats, bears, and coyotes... other things that get into your house if not secured.

Yikes. Lock your doors.
[2.bp.blogspot.com image 533x558]


imageshack.us
 
2012-11-27 11:05:50 AM  

kisseswookies: ChipNASA: F*UCK JUSTIN BIEBER

25 is a cougar now?

Well, I guess that makes me a cougar, and I thought I had a good 15 years or so left.

/Mr.Wookies turned 7 this year.


"Cougar" is a relative term, IMO. My sister is definitely a cougar. She has the backup boyfriend who is barely older than my son (who is 25) and we're in our 40's. Her primary boyfriend is our age, but he's a jerk and I went out of character and actually threatened him once because his jerk behavior started being unleashed on me. You do not threaten me, especially in my own home. Anyone doing so will get it right back. I really wish she'd just let the primary bastid go. They've just been together so long I guess she's not willing to give him up. Yes, the two boyfriends know about each other. It's very strange to me. I'm just glad she's not the marrying type, because that would be one awkward reception. I can already picture my toast. "May the gods grant you a swift death before you seriously injure my sister or I have to seriously injure you because you did something bad to my sister - again. Skål!".

I seriously do not like primary boyfriend. Secondary, young boyfriend is cool. I think she should just get on with her cougar ways and go for the secondary boyfriend, turn him into the primary and ditch the current primary. That's a marryin' I could fully support! He actually takes out the trash and recycling with being asked and eats all of my cooking experiments without complaint or non constructive criticism. Who wouldn't like him?

I guess being a cougar isn't always a bad thing, is it?

/might have to get *some* tips from her sister
 
2012-11-27 11:12:07 AM  

Lunaville: "people don't understand the breadth of the cougar problem"

It's not a cougar problem. It's a sprawl problem. The poor guy quoted lost animals and seems to derive a livelihood from living in cougar territory/habitat. Most of his neighbors, though, likely live out there because they can get more house for less money than living closer into a town or city and in this country gas is relatively cheap.

I will concede it would scare the living hell out of me if a cougar got into the house with my dogs and kids. Kitty, you stay outside.


In recent years wildlife has been moving into areas that have been developed for decades.

It's not an issue of sprawl, it's an issue of the fact that the animals no longer see people as a threat and instead see the places we live as good places to find food, water, and shelter. Garbage and pets are a lot easier to catch than deer or rabbits, and people in the suburbs are a lot less likely to take a potshot at them than a farmer or rancher.
 
2012-11-27 11:13:23 AM  
Lunaville:

"people don't understand the breadth of the cougar problem"

It's not a cougar problem. It's a sprawl problem. The poor guy quoted lost animals and seems to derive a livelihood from living in cougar territory/habitat.


Bingo.

Not that they shouldn't live there, just that they should expect there to be cougars. Of course they'll probably start poisoning them or shooting them on sight, endangering the species to save a few sheep like they did with the wolves whose ecological niche the cougars have taken. Then the coyotes will move in, farther north than they were before the white people came.

I recall a big fuss being made because an off-leash Rottweiler worried the poop out of a family of coyotes in SF's Central Park, so if breed laws are depriving sheep farmers and exurban pioneers of useful guard dogs like Rotties and Pit Bulls that's just another example of People Are Stupid. I say "if" because there seems to be a lot of debate over whether the cougars will just see the dogs as another kind of prey instead of a worrisome presence like wolves are: in the wild cougars learn not to compete head to head with wolves, choosing prey the wolves don't want yet (link), so if you're willing to risk a few Phideaux you should probably not try Labs or poodles. (A dozen chihuahuas would at least alert you to their presence but then they'd also yap their heads off at a busy squirrel or falling leaf.)

Of course the real problem is human overpopulation, spreading into places we're not even built to be: our species evolved on the savannas of eastern Africa and is still most naturally fitted for that kind of ground. In North America the whites should probably have stopped in the Midwest and left the Rockies and Sierras to the natives and outcasts, a strategy that worked for the Muslims in Syria regarding the Alawiyya and the Druze. We should have let the "savages" live where there be cougars, a problem they'd successfully dealt with for thousands of years.

People don't understand the breadth of the human problem, as especially examplified on this continent by imperious Caucasians. Silly honkies, always insisting on going where we don't belong. As a breed we're rather puny and unsuited for exertion, which explains why we had to use Gatling guns against the Zulu: the Earth would be a much happier place if we stuck to what we've evolved to specialize in, growing grasses and book-learnin'.
 
2012-11-27 11:19:43 AM  

Real Women Drink Akvavit: kisseswookies: ChipNASA: F*UCK JUSTIN BIEBER

25 is a cougar now?

Well, I guess that makes me a cougar, and I thought I had a good 15 years or so left.

/Mr.Wookies turned 7 this year.

"Cougar" is a relative term, IMO. My sister is definitely a cougar. She has the backup boyfriend who is barely older than my son (who is 25) and we're in our 40's. Her primary boyfriend is our age, but he's a jerk and I went out of character and actually threatened him once because his jerk behavior started being unleashed on me. You do not threaten me, especially in my own home. Anyone doing so will get it right back. I really wish she'd just let the primary bastid go. They've just been together so long I guess she's not willing to give him up. Yes, the two boyfriends know about each other. It's very strange to me. I'm just glad she's not the marrying type, because that would be one awkward reception. I can already picture my toast. "May the gods grant you a swift death before you seriously injure my sister or I have to seriously injure you because you did something bad to my sister - again. Skål!".

I seriously do not like primary boyfriend. Secondary, young boyfriend is cool. I think she should just get on with her cougar ways and go for the secondary boyfriend, turn him into the primary and ditch the current primary. That's a marryin' I could fully support! He actually takes out the trash and recycling with being asked and eats all of my cooking experiments without complaint or non constructive criticism. Who wouldn't like him?

I guess being a cougar isn't always a bad thing, is it?

/might have to get *some* tips from her sister


What is it about sister's with horrible taste in men? My sister was dating a doctor, but it didn't work out because he selfishly had to go to Africa to help AIDS kids. So she dumped him for that waiter with 5 DUIs.

/you can't make their choices for them, but you can ridicule them mercilessly.
//love my sister, cannot stand her boyfriend.
 
2012-11-27 11:20:13 AM  

ChipNASA: F*UCK JUSTIN BIEBER

[cdn.motinetwork.net image 640x563]


So Katy really DID kiss a girl.
 
2012-11-27 11:21:34 AM  
Real Women Drink Akvavit:

You do not threaten me, especially in my own home. Anyone doing so will get it right back.

You sound hot. Ever been to Lexington, KY? We've got a large collegiate population from August through May, and there are some lovely caves nearby. You take the boys, I'll handle their sisters. (Usually, anyway.)
 
2012-11-27 11:23:03 AM  

Real Women Drink Akvavit: kisseswookies: ChipNASA: F*UCK JUSTIN BIEBER

25 is a cougar now?

Well, I guess that makes me a cougar, and I thought I had a good 15 years or so left.

/Mr.Wookies turned 7 this year.

"Cougar" is a relative term, IMO. My sister is definitely a cougar. She has the backup boyfriend who is barely older than my son (who is 25) and we're in our 40's. Her primary boyfriend is our age, but he's a jerk and I went out of character and actually threatened him once because his jerk behavior started being unleashed on me. You do not threaten me, especially in my own home. Anyone doing so will get it right back. I really wish she'd just let the primary bastid go. They've just been together so long I guess she's not willing to give him up. Yes, the two boyfriends know about each other. It's very strange to me. I'm just glad she's not the marrying type, because that would be one awkward reception. I can already picture my toast. "May the gods grant you a swift death before you seriously injure my sister or I have to seriously injure you because you did something bad to my sister - again. Skål!".

I seriously do not like primary boyfriend. Secondary, young boyfriend is cool. I think she should just get on with her cougar ways and go for the secondary boyfriend, turn him into the primary and ditch the current primary. That's a marryin' I could fully support! He actually takes out the trash and recycling with being asked and eats all of my cooking experiments without complaint or non constructive criticism. Who wouldn't like him?

I guess being a cougar isn't always a bad thing, is it?

/might have to get *some* tips from her sister


I got a tip or a little more for you lol
 
2012-11-27 11:26:48 AM  
TFA says that the homeowner called her dog and the cougar retreated. Must have been one hell of a dog, because I'm guessing that (a) a cougar is a match for even a pretty good sized-dog, and (b) the "fight or flight" response gets tilted heavily in favor of "fight" when "flight" involves scootching back through that confusing little door. Maybe the cougar just got the tip in, and then pulled out... as it were.

However, Wolfer called it "kind of concerning" that a cougar would enter a home that way.

I'm concerned by how strong my violent impulses are towards people who use "concerning" this way. It's not healthy!
 
2012-11-27 11:31:08 AM  

Lunaville: "people don't understand the breadth of the cougar problem"

It's not a cougar problem. It's a sprawl problem. The poor guy quoted lost animals and seems to derive a livelihood from living in cougar territory/habitat. Most of his neighbors, though, likely live out there because they can get more house for less money than living closer into a town or city and in this country gas is relatively cheap.

I will concede it would scare the living hell out of me if a cougar got into the house with my dogs and kids. Kitty, you stay outside.


I live in a small town because I can get a lot more house for the money and commute 14 miles to work (which isn't at all bad, but to get into the Big City I have a much longer drive), so getting a kick. We have a few cougars but mostly deer, with some bear and coyotes. I like it. The cats stay inside though! Occasionally people complain about the wildlife. It really pisses me off. A world without wildlife would suck and we're displacing them. Why can't we just let the poor bastards live as best as they can?
 
2012-11-27 11:36:39 AM  

Real Women Drink Akvavit: factoryconnection: The homeowner was concerned, they said, that a cougar could enter the home this way. I mean, what if the cat had found the slow-cooker pork and not only ruined our dinner but also burned its poor mouth! Man, that would just be the worst all around.

Made citrus pork in the slow cooker last night for dinner, so getting a kick...


Like this?

i865.photobucket.com

MMM, carnitas.
 
2012-11-27 11:41:27 AM  
Suby's headline made me laugh

At your Mom
 
2012-11-27 11:57:53 AM  

Mid_mo_mad_man: I would love if an older cougar type farkette showed me what one looks like. Bie/eip


No, you wouldn't.

/old broad
 
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