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2013-09-30 09:32:08 AM
Intweresting but I don't understand why it's supposed to be so "weird". And I don't "get" what teh fox "actually" says. What did I miss?
 
2013-09-30 09:52:47 AM
Imagine camping in the middle of the night and having to attempt to explain to your kids that, no there isn't a crazy lady screaming at us, its just a fox.
 
2013-09-30 09:56:46 AM
www.quotecollection.com

It's the big one, Elizabeth
 
2013-09-30 10:07:35 AM
I came away with the fox basically saying: "HAY! Wait! I wanna play some more! AHHHHHHHHHHHHH! Fine! Be that way, see if I care!"

And then I was sad.
 
2013-09-30 10:39:47 AM

MelGoesOnTour: Intweresting but I don't understand why it's supposed to be so "weird". And I don't "get" what teh fox "actually" says. What did I miss?


There is a strangely well-produced, terrible/catchy music video called "The Fox" by Ylvis.   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jofNR_WkoCE

The main lyric is "What's the Fox, say?"
 
2013-09-30 11:16:50 AM
Terrible owners, just stood there as their dog gets chased by a rabid wild animal. farking idiots.
 
2013-09-30 11:50:55 AM

fortean chicken: The main lyric is "What's the Fox, say?"


Oh. I figured it was a reference to that pull-string kid's toy with the farm animals. "The cow says.... Moooooooo." "The fox says.... ???"

/   Kinda disappointed.
//   Loud little beggar.
///   WOOOOOAAAHHH!!!!
 
2013-09-30 01:02:46 PM

bulok: Terrible owners, just stood there as their dog gets chased by a rabid wild animal. farking idiots.


Not rabid, at all. Foxes are like that. They like playing. I had one run up behind me recently and scare the hell out of me, and then it just stood in front of me like it was playing chicken. I thought it was rabid too, but it was just playing. Then I chased it into the light so I could film it.
 
2013-09-30 01:15:36 PM

danielscissorhands: bulok: Terrible owners, just stood there as their dog gets chased by a rabid wild animal. farking idiots.

Not rabid, at all. Foxes are like that. They like playing. I had one run up behind me recently and scare the hell out of me, and then it just stood in front of me like it was playing chicken. I thought it was rabid too, but it was just playing. Then I chased it into the light so I could film it.


That would explain the whole TV show, dont know if it was intentional but its hilarious.
 
2013-09-30 01:37:47 PM

Lonestar: danielscissorhands: bulok: Terrible owners, just stood there as their dog gets chased by a rabid wild animal. farking idiots.

Not rabid, at all. Foxes are like that. They like playing. I had one run up behind me recently and scare the hell out of me, and then it just stood in front of me like it was playing chicken. I thought it was rabid too, but it was just playing. Then I chased it into the light so I could film it.

That would explain the whole TV show, dont know if it was intentional but its hilarious.


Which tv show?
 
2013-09-30 01:39:02 PM
Ya, but did they find out the meaning of Stonehenge?
 
2013-09-30 01:43:43 PM

danielscissorhands: Lonestar: danielscissorhands: bulok: Terrible owners, just stood there as their dog gets chased by a rabid wild animal. farking idiots.

Not rabid, at all. Foxes are like that. They like playing. I had one run up behind me recently and scare the hell out of me, and then it just stood in front of me like it was playing chicken. I thought it was rabid too, but it was just playing. Then I chased it into the light so I could film it.

That would explain the whole TV show, dont know if it was intentional but its hilarious.

Which tv show?


"Fox and friends", on Fox news. :) Haha this is too good.
 
2013-09-30 01:44:03 PM
If you want a video of animals making funny noises, this one is pretty good.  Two pet small-clawed otters being dried off with a towel.
 
2013-09-30 01:52:25 PM
Very cute. That reminds me, Formal Foxhunting season starts this month, I'd better get a horse reserved for opening day with Bull Run Hunt...
 
2013-09-30 02:00:25 PM
Short and long sources on YouTube:

img.youtube.com
What the Fox Actually Says (The Scream of a Fox) 1:19 by Ki Steiner - 742,531 views
Uploaded on Sep 29, 2010
This fox lives near our house and has interacted with our dog quite a bit, but this was definitely the craziest encounter we have seen between them. We now regularly hear that crazy bird-like scream the fox makes...


img.youtube.com
A fox chasing a fox look-alike dog, CRAZY fox noises at end 5:18 by Ki Steiner - 92,356 views
Uploaded on Jun 26, 2008
A fox that lives in our neighborhood comes to our yard and trys to play/fight with our dog Kirby (kinda looks like a fox). They stare each other down, and chase after each other. The fox makes crazy loud shrieking noises at end of video.
 
2013-09-30 02:32:28 PM

MooseUpNorth: fortean chicken: The main lyric is "What's the Fox, say?"

Oh. I figured it was a reference to that pull-string kid's toy with the farm animals. "The cow says.... Moooooooo." "The fox says.... ??? CHAOS REIGNS"

/   Kinda disappointed.
//   Loud little beggar.
///   WOOOOOAAAHHH!!!!

 
2013-09-30 02:50:05 PM
Here's what the fox says to me in that link:

"[Win32Exception (0x80004005): The wait operation timed out]"

How exciting?
 
2013-09-30 03:07:47 PM
broke break.com?
 
2013-09-30 03:40:38 PM
A fox screaming.

What's the big farking deal. I've heard that noise every night for the last 20 years. They can scream/bark for hours on end.

Foxes over here roam the city in gangs...
 
2013-09-30 03:53:32 PM

weapon13: A fox screaming.

What's the big farking deal. I've heard that noise every night for the last 20 years. They can scream/bark for hours on end.

Foxes over here roam the city in gangs...


Is it because you are wearing Axe deodorant?
 
2013-09-30 06:18:57 PM
Yes, those fox noises scared the crap out of me as a kid until I figured out what they were.  A couple of kids, playing in the woods and next thing you know WAAAAAAAAAAAP.  It's loud and it sounds almost unnatural.

But foxes are actually kind of cute, so I forgive them for the horrible voice.
 
2013-09-30 07:10:06 PM

danielscissorhands: bulok: Terrible owners, just stood there as their dog gets chased by a rabid wild animal. farking idiots.

Not rabid, at all. Foxes are like that. They like playing. I had one run up behind me recently and scare the hell out of me, and then it just stood in front of me like it was playing chicken. I thought it was rabid too, but it was just playing. Then I chased it into the light so I could film it.


Had one living near the dorm when I was in college.  Once spent about 40 minutes playing with it.  We'd take turns tracking each other into the woods and back out until it got bored and stopped following my back after i'd lost track of it.
 
2013-09-30 07:17:02 PM
Really idiotic.

I lived in the country for quite some time and this is what foxes do. The pack sends one fox in to play with the dog and wear him out, then when he is tired, the pack moves in and kills the dog. Amazing that the owners dont realize this.
 
2013-09-30 07:27:20 PM
That's what they do with children, too.
 
2013-09-30 07:34:55 PM
Obviously the fox was trying to lure the dog off into the bushes so that it could be killed and devoured by the rest of the fox pack.  Apartment dwellers don't know how it works, but anyone who lives where foxes do knows how much they love to devour dogs.
 
2013-09-30 08:57:59 PM

RatMaster999: We'd take turns tracking each other into the woods and back out until it got bored and stopped following my back after i'd lost track of it.


After reading the posts below yours it might have had a different agenda.
 
2013-09-30 10:44:06 PM
Foxes travel in packs?  I thought they were solitary...?
 
2013-09-30 10:51:20 PM
Hrm, Wikipedia seems to indicate they eat small mammals like mice & squirrels and crap, and live in small family packs if not solitary.  Not sure I buy them leading large canines out to the pack for din-dins, but I suppose it's possible.  Wolves & coyotes I can see doing that, though.
 
2013-09-30 11:07:21 PM

mrbach: Really idiotic.

I lived in the country for quite some time and this is what foxes do. The pack sends one fox in to play with the dog and wear him out, then when he is tired, the pack moves in and kills the dog. Amazing that the owners dont realize this.


SwiftFox: Obviously the fox was trying to lure the dog off into the bushes so that it could be killed and devoured by the rest of the fox pack.  Apartment dwellers don't know how it works, but anyone who lives where foxes do knows how much they love to devour dogs.


somemoron: Foxes travel in packs?  I thought they were solitary...?


somemoron: Hrm, Wikipedia seems to indicate they eat small mammals like mice & squirrels and crap, and live in small family packs if not solitary.  Not sure I buy them leading large canines out to the pack for din-dins, but I suppose it's possible.  Wolves & coyotes I can see doing that, though.


Yes, Coyotes eat dogs - smaller dogs, anyway. They also love cats. Amazing that a coyote can sneak up on, and outrun a cat.

But, I have never heard of foxes eating dogs. I'm sure it could happen if the dog was like a chihauhau.  But, I doubt foxes would team up on a big dog. That sounds like B.S. Foxes are not wolves.

humane society link
 
2013-09-30 11:41:03 PM

somemoron: Hrm, Wikipedia seems to indicate they eat small mammals like mice & squirrels and crap, and live in small family packs if not solitary.  Not sure I buy them leading large canines out to the pack for din-dins, but I suppose it's possible.  Wolves & coyotes I can see doing that, though.


When I was a kid in the midwest in the wee hours of the morning I saw a fox chasing a jackrabbit, but that thing was about half the size of the fox.
 
2013-10-01 12:35:56 AM

danielscissorhands: mrbach: Really idiotic.

I lived in the country for quite some time and this is what foxes do. The pack sends one fox in to play with the dog and wear him out, then when he is tired, the pack moves in and kills the dog. Amazing that the owners dont realize this.

SwiftFox: Obviously the fox was trying to lure the dog off into the bushes so that it could be killed and devoured by the rest of the fox pack.  Apartment dwellers don't know how it works, but anyone who lives where foxes do knows how much they love to devour dogs.

somemoron: Foxes travel in packs?  I thought they were solitary...?

somemoron: Hrm, Wikipedia seems to indicate they eat small mammals like mice & squirrels and crap, and live in small family packs if not solitary.  Not sure I buy them leading large canines out to the pack for din-dins, but I suppose it's possible.  Wolves & coyotes I can see doing that, though.

Yes, Coyotes eat dogs - smaller dogs, anyway. They also love cats. Amazing that a coyote can sneak up on, and outrun a cat.

But, I have never heard of foxes eating dogs. I'm sure it could happen if the dog was like a chihauhau.  But, I doubt foxes would team up on a big dog. That sounds like B.S. Foxes are not wolves.


I was making fun of those ridiculous claims like your above that appear every time a video of a coyote displaying submissive play behavior with a dog, identical with that of this playful fox, is submitted to YouTube. Coyote sneaks up and delivers a light, harmless nip on the dog's butt playing and a hundred coyote haters appear with their claims its trying to kill the dog.
 
2013-10-01 01:08:37 AM

SwiftFox: danielscissorhands: mrbach: Really idiotic.

I lived in the country for quite some time and this is what foxes do. The pack sends one fox in to play with the dog and wear him out, then when he is tired, the pack moves in and kills the dog. Amazing that the owners dont realize this.

SwiftFox: Obviously the fox was trying to lure the dog off into the bushes so that it could be killed and devoured by the rest of the fox pack.  Apartment dwellers don't know how it works, but anyone who lives where foxes do knows how much they love to devour dogs.

somemoron: Foxes travel in packs?  I thought they were solitary...?

somemoron: Hrm, Wikipedia seems to indicate they eat small mammals like mice & squirrels and crap, and live in small family packs if not solitary.  Not sure I buy them leading large canines out to the pack for din-dins, but I suppose it's possible.  Wolves & coyotes I can see doing that, though.

Yes, Coyotes eat dogs - smaller dogs, anyway. They also love cats. Amazing that a coyote can sneak up on, and outrun a cat.

But, I have never heard of foxes eating dogs. I'm sure it could happen if the dog was like a chihauhau.  But, I doubt foxes would team up on a big dog. That sounds like B.S. Foxes are not wolves.

I was making fun of those ridiculous claims like your above that appear every time a video of a coyote displaying submissive play behavior with a dog, identical with that of this playful fox, is submitted to YouTube. Coyote sneaks up and delivers a light, harmless nip on the dog's butt playing and a hundred coyote haters appear with their claims its trying to kill the dog.


City people. All I said, was I lived in the country, saw them do this, and the locals would regularly lose small animals. When a subdivision moved in and they built those mega houses, the poodles and shiatzus moved in, and the foxes AND coyotes had a feast. Foxes will take out small dogs because I have seen it. Would they take out a bigger dog? Maybe if it was playful and a bit stupid. Like the owners maybe? They will run in packs, and I have seen them in groups of 20 or more. Hell, I think if they get brave enough or hungry enough, they would try to take on what was available.

And Jesus, you looked this up on Wikipedia and told me I am farking wrong? WTF is wrong with you? Get out of your house and try living in the world. FFS, that is the dumbest come back ever.

.....oh, I looked it up on the interweb, and I think you might be mistaken......  you must be real handy when the power goes out.

/not sure I quoted the idiot that actually Wiki'd this. You know who you are.
 
2013-10-01 07:09:53 AM

somemoron: Foxes travel in packs?  I thought they were solitary...?


Don't believe it for a second. There was a family of foxes in the greenbelt behind my parents' home in a small city. Four of them, and they took to ganging up on some of the neighborhood pets once they finished off the groundhogs and squirrels. My dad saved my neighbor's dog from getting mugged one evening. (Which is how we know there were four of them.)

mrbach: Would they take out a bigger dog?


One of them confronted a woman walking her golden lab down the street, and wasn't backing down from either of them. Just the one in sight, but given the posts above, it wouldn't surprise me of the other three were hiding very nearby.
 
2013-10-01 07:59:10 AM

mrbach: SwiftFox: danielscissorhands: mrbach: Really idiotic.

I lived in the country for quite some time and this is what foxes do. The pack sends one fox in to play with the dog and wear him out, then when he is tired, the pack moves in and kills the dog. Amazing that the owners dont realize this.

SwiftFox: Obviously the fox was trying to lure the dog off into the bushes so that it could be killed and devoured by the rest of the fox pack.  Apartment dwellers don't know how it works, but anyone who lives where foxes do knows how much they love to devour dogs.

somemoron: Foxes travel in packs?  I thought they were solitary...?

somemoron: Hrm, Wikipedia seems to indicate they eat small mammals like mice & squirrels and crap, and live in small family packs if not solitary.  Not sure I buy them leading large canines out to the pack for din-dins, but I suppose it's possible.  Wolves & coyotes I can see doing that, though.

Yes, Coyotes eat dogs - smaller dogs, anyway. They also love cats. Amazing that a coyote can sneak up on, and outrun a cat.

But, I have never heard of foxes eating dogs. I'm sure it could happen if the dog was like a chihauhau.  But, I doubt foxes would team up on a big dog. That sounds like B.S. Foxes are not wolves.

I was making fun of those ridiculous claims like your above that appear every time a video of a coyote displaying submissive play behavior with a dog, identical with that of this playful fox, is submitted to YouTube. Coyote sneaks up and delivers a light, harmless nip on the dog's butt playing and a hundred coyote haters appear with their claims its trying to kill the dog.

City people. All I said, was I lived in the country, saw them do this, and the locals would regularly lose small animals. When a subdivision moved in and they built those mega houses, the poodles and shiatzus moved in, and the foxes AND coyotes had a feast. Foxes will take out small dogs because I have seen it. Would they take out a bigger dog? Maybe if it was playful and a bit stupid. Like the owners maybe? They will run in packs, and I have seen them in groups of 20 or more. Hell, I think if they get brave enough or hungry enough, they would try to take on what was available.

And Jesus, you looked this up on Wikipedia and told me I am farking wrong? WTF is wrong with you? Get out of your house and try living in the world. FFS, that is the dumbest come back ever.

.....oh, I looked it up on the interweb, and I think you might be mistaken......  you must be real handy when the power goes out.

/not sure I quoted the idiot that actually Wiki'd this. You know who you are.


It wasn't me that looked it up on Wikipedia. It was "somemoron."

It's funny how you insulted hin for his lazy comeback, yet you couldn't even be bothered to
scroll up to figure out who you were trying to insult before you opened your loser mouth. Maybe he doesn't have foxes where he lives, so shut the fark up with your lecture.

It sounds like you were home schooled when you lived in the country, because you obviously have no social skills.
 
2013-10-01 08:02:30 AM
ps... If you scroll up you will see that he didn't tell you you were "wrong," so, once again... Shut the fark up with your lecture.
 
2013-10-01 08:05:44 AM

somemoron: Hrm, Wikipedia seems to indicate they eat small mammals like mice & squirrels and crap, and live in small family packs if not solitary.  Not sure I buy them leading large canines out to the pack for din-dins, but I suppose it's possible.  Wolves & coyotes I can see doing that, though.


You have obviously never read
Fantastic Mr Fox. ;)

Also, see above comments.
 
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