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vpb [TotalFark]
2013-11-09 11:59:26 AM
the buck lifted him up on its antlers and carried him thirty feet.

What kind of deer did he have, a caribou?
 
2013-11-09 12:09:14 PM
Johnny Reingerously?
 
2013-11-09 01:55:44 PM
www.bitbroken.com

Mostly.
 
2013-11-09 02:06:15 PM
This seems like a good place to say I saw a beautiful 8 point buck in my back yard this morning.
 
2013-11-09 03:14:38 PM
It's taken thousands of years to biatchify dogs and cats to the point that they'll willingly live a tame, depressing, submissive life as a human's love-substitute in exchange for a steady supply of ground up meat byproducts and a pet bed, and even now you probably have to chop their balls off to make it work.

If you want to live with deer, don't expect the deer to play by your rules, especially if he catches you sneaking glances at his doe.
 
2013-11-09 03:43:11 PM
That deer is not your buddy, pal.
 
2013-11-09 03:46:48 PM
He had a pet buck? In October? Well, there's your problem. Might be the sweetest animal alive the rest of the year, but do not approach it in the fall.
 
2013-11-09 03:52:44 PM

Rudolf the Red Nose Reign-deer 2:
Rise of the Crimson Nosed Assassin

 
2013-11-09 03:55:52 PM
The Ring 2 was right!
 
2013-11-09 03:59:24 PM
Take a wild animal that can often weigh over 200 pounds, is outfitted with pointed hat racks on its head, and equipped with sharp cloven hooves, and try to make a pet out of him.

Dumbass.
 
2013-11-09 03:59:28 PM
Year round venison sounds good in theory.

Chinchillazilla: He had a pet buck? In October? Well, there's your problem. Might be the sweetest animal alive the rest of the year, but do not approach it in the fall.


ahh there's the rub.
 
2013-11-09 04:01:28 PM
Never underestimate a hoofed ungulate. Domesticated or wild, it doesn't even matter. They do not screw around.

/Especially when they're horny.
 
2013-11-09 04:03:16 PM
here's a neat, somewhat sad video:

hunters free 2 deer locked up

*warning* one deer has already expired.
*warning* some profanity.

but still, a neat video of nature in action. and chances are the saved deer will eventually be shot (possibly by the same hunters), but still interesting to see.
 
2013-11-09 04:03:42 PM

dookdookdook: It's taken thousands of years to biatchify dogs and cats to the point that they'll willingly live a tame, depressing, submissive life as a human's love-substitute in exchange for a steady supply of ground up meat byproducts and a pet bed, and even now you probably have to chop their balls off to make it work.

If you want to live with deer, don't expect the deer to play by your rules, especially if he catches you sneaking glances at his doe.


A version of this should appear every time someone is mauled to death by their pet [exotic].
 
2013-11-09 04:05:48 PM
Yeah... the deer in the meme is just shedding the velvety covering on its antlers. Since that's live tissue, there's some minor bloodiness involved.
 
2013-11-09 04:08:44 PM

brimed03: Yeah... the deer in the meme is just shedding the velvety covering on its antlers. Since that's live tissue, there's some minor bloodiness involved.


Oh god, I thought it was photoshopped. Seriously? Does it hurt the deer?

/nature is icky
 
2013-11-09 04:13:00 PM

Lady Indica: brimed03: Yeah... the deer in the meme is just shedding the velvety covering on its antlers. Since that's live tissue, there's some minor bloodiness involved.

Oh god, I thought it was photoshopped. Seriously? Does it hurt the deer?

/nature is icky


OH GOD THE HORROR! RIVERS OF BLOOD
 
2013-11-09 04:13:31 PM
He got the point....
 
2013-11-09 04:14:06 PM

evil saltine: Lady Indica: brimed03: Yeah... the deer in the meme is just shedding the velvety covering on its antlers. Since that's live tissue, there's some minor bloodiness involved.

Oh god, I thought it was photoshopped. Seriously? Does it hurt the deer?

/nature is icky

OH GOD THE HORROR! RIVERS OF BLOOD


I deal with that every goddamned month, rivers of blood don't scare me, but it's farking icky and gross.

Every. farking. Month.
 
2013-11-09 04:14:07 PM

Lady Indica: brimed03: Yeah... the deer in the meme is just shedding the velvety covering on its antlers. Since that's live tissue, there's some minor bloodiness involved.

Oh god, I thought it was photoshopped. Seriously? Does it hurt the deer?

/nature is icky


Not sure if it hurts. I've always gotten the impression that it mostly itches, since they rub the antlers against trees and things to help get the velvet off, but I don't know.
 
2013-11-09 04:14:18 PM

dookdookdook: It's taken thousands of years to biatchify dogs and cats to the point that they'll willingly live a tame, depressing, submissive life as a human's love-substitute in exchange for a steady supply of ground up meat byproducts and a pet bed, and even now you probably have to chop their balls off to make it work.

If you want to live with deer, don't expect the deer to play by your rules, especially if he catches you sneaking glances at his doe.


Wat.

You're just a regular ray of sunshine, aren't you?
 
2013-11-09 04:17:08 PM

Lady Indica: brimed03: Yeah... the deer in the meme is just shedding the velvety covering on its antlers. Since that's live tissue, there's some minor bloodiness involved.

Oh god, I thought it was photoshopped. Seriously? Does it hurt the deer?

/nature is icky


I've never heard anything about it hurting them; they rub the antlers on trees to get it off so I expect maybe there aren't nerves in the tissue.

"The deer on Dunsmore's property were destroyed by state wildlife officials who are now waiting test results to determine if the deer were infected with any disease. for the processor to finish so they can take home all those venison steaks. " - more likely scenario :D
 
2013-11-09 04:17:53 PM

Lady Indica: evil saltine: Lady Indica: brimed03: Yeah... the deer in the meme is just shedding the velvety covering on its antlers. Since that's live tissue, there's some minor bloodiness involved.

Oh god, I thought it was photoshopped. Seriously? Does it hurt the deer?

/nature is icky

OH GOD THE HORROR! RIVERS OF BLOOD

I deal with that every goddamned month, rivers of blood don't scare me, but it's farking icky and gross.

Every. farking. Month.


Mr Garrison: You can't trust something that bleeds for seven days and doesn't die.
 
2013-11-09 04:18:54 PM

Lady Indica: evil saltine: Lady Indica: brimed03: Yeah... the deer in the meme is just shedding the velvety covering on its antlers. Since that's live tissue, there's some minor bloodiness involved.

Oh god, I thought it was photoshopped. Seriously? Does it hurt the deer?

/nature is icky

OH GOD THE HORROR! RIVERS OF BLOOD

I deal with that every goddamned month, rivers of blood don't scare me, but it's farking icky and gross.

Every. farking. Month.


LMFAO.

Chinchillazilla is right. Doesn't hurt, at most just irritates. Maybe not even that. They instinctively rub against trees and so forth to get it off. Which is also true of some Farkers, but with a different meaning.
 
2013-11-09 04:19:43 PM

Lady Indica: evil saltine: Lady Indica: brimed03: Yeah... the deer in the meme is just shedding the velvety covering on its antlers. Since that's live tissue, there's some minor bloodiness involved.

Oh god, I thought it was photoshopped. Seriously? Does it hurt the deer?

/nature is icky

OH GOD THE HORROR! RIVERS OF BLOOD

I deal with that every goddamned month, rivers of blood don't scare me, but it's farking icky and gross.

Every. farking. Month.


Just cancel it like cable, duh.
 
2013-11-09 04:21:00 PM
Is it just in NC that there is a big ad showing a large, nasty foot with toenail fungus in glorious digital detail and brilliant color right next to the article?

No one wants to see that!
 
2013-11-09 04:24:58 PM

dookdookdook: It's taken thousands of years to biatchify dogs and cats to the point that they'll willingly live a tame, depressing, submissive life as a human's love-substitute in exchange for a steady supply of ground up meat byproducts and a pet bed, and even now you probably have to chop their balls off to make it work.

If you want to live with deer, don't expect the deer to play by your rules, especially if he catches you sneaking glances at his doe.


It only took about  about 50 years to do it with foxes.

/I also like that they specially bred asshole foxes
 
2013-11-09 04:25:44 PM

vpb: the buck lifted him up on its antlers and carried him thirty feet.

What kind of deer did he have, a caribou?


No, but had it been a caribou, the headline would have made a lot more sense.

You see, Subby, caribou are basically the North American equivalent of reindeer. Deer, not so much.

Also, caribou only have red noses if they are alcoholics, same with reindeer. This means that Rudolph
was likely drinking and driving Santa's sleigh all these years, and thus he should have served some serious jail time.


076dd0a50e0c1255009e-bd4b8aabaca29897bc751dfaf75b290c.r40.cf1.rackcdn.com
 
2013-11-09 04:28:20 PM

brimed03: Yeah... the deer in the meme is just shedding the velvety covering on its antlers. Since that's live tissue, there's some minor bloodiness involved.


Which meme is this? We have a deer meme? Link?

So many memes so little time.
 
2013-11-09 04:31:16 PM

danielscissorhands: brimed03: Yeah... the deer in the meme is just shedding the velvety covering on its antlers. Since that's live tissue, there's some minor bloodiness involved.

Which meme is this? We have a deer meme? Link?

So many memes so little time.


If you click the headline, it takes you to an article about the story!

/no but the meme's in the article
 
2013-11-09 04:33:16 PM

Matrix Flavored Wasabi: dookdookdook: It's taken thousands of years to biatchify dogs and cats to the point that they'll willingly live a tame, depressing, submissive life as a human's love-substitute in exchange for a steady supply of ground up meat byproducts and a pet bed, and even now you probably have to chop their balls off to make it work.

If you want to live with deer, don't expect the deer to play by your rules, especially if he catches you sneaking glances at his doe.

It only took about  about 50 years to do it with foxes.

/I also like that they specially bred asshole foxes


Have you seen the asshole foxes? The researcher got bitten through the cage by them. It was like some 28 Days bullshiat right there.
 
2013-11-09 04:37:59 PM

Chinchillazilla: danielscissorhands: brimed03: Yeah... the deer in the meme is just shedding the velvety covering on its antlers. Since that's live tissue, there's some minor bloodiness involved.

Which meme is this? We have a deer meme? Link?

So many memes so little time.

If you click the headline, it takes you to an article about the story!

/no but the meme's in the article


Oh thanks. I had looked at the article earlier on my crappy phone, and I guess that photo with the meme did not load.

/Did RTFA :D
 
2013-11-09 04:47:36 PM
Sounds like another one of those "alcohol may have been involved" stories. Or, at least I hope it is.
 
2013-11-09 04:53:19 PM

Lady Indica: brimed03: Yeah... the deer in the meme is just shedding the velvety covering on its antlers. Since that's live tissue, there's some minor bloodiness involved.

Oh god, I thought it was photoshopped. Seriously? Does it hurt the deer?

/nature is icky


Causes them to itch like crazy.
 
2013-11-09 05:14:06 PM
If you manage to tame a wild animal it does not become a domestic animal. It is simply a tamed wild animal. If deer could become truly domesticated they would have been long ago and we would regularly farm them. No doubt this has been attempted many times throughout history. Venison could have become as popular as beef or pork. But it's not. Because deer are wild. That's why we have to go to the wilderness to harvest them. The wilderness, "where the wild things are". - Rand Paul
 
2013-11-09 05:18:05 PM
www.caughtatwork.net
 
2013-11-09 05:25:29 PM
i.imgur.com
i.imgur.com
 
2013-11-09 05:31:45 PM

Tom_Slick: This seems like a good place to say I saw a beautiful 8 point buck in my back yard this morning.


So, what does "8 point" mean, in this context?

danielscissorhands: You see, Subby, caribou are basically the North American equivalent of reindeer. Deer, not so much.


OK, I've just spent an educational few minutes on Wikipedia.

It seems that caribou is simply the North American word for reindeer, as moose is the North American word for elk.

Wapiti, elk, reindeer, red deer and fallow deer are all deer.

The default deer in my local dialect:

upload.wikimedia.org

The dik dik however:

upload.wikimedia.org

Is an antelope. And adorable.
 
2013-11-09 05:48:44 PM

iron de havilland: Tom_Slick: This seems like a good place to say I saw a beautiful 8 point buck in my back yard this morning.

So, what does "8 point" mean, in this context?


Number of points on its antlers, not sure how that relates to Caribou I just had a normal deer when I took my Corgi out this morning.
 
2013-11-09 05:51:59 PM

Tom_Slick: iron de havilland: Tom_Slick: This seems like a good place to say I saw a beautiful 8 point buck in my back yard this morning.

So, what does "8 point" mean, in this context?

Number of points on its antlers, not sure how that relates to Caribou I just had a normal deer when I took my Corgi out this morning.


Thanks. Article mentioned it as well, without explaining what it means.
 
2013-11-09 06:05:52 PM
They raise deer on farms in new zealand. Just saying.
 
2013-11-09 06:07:29 PM

iron de havilland: Tom_Slick: This seems like a good place to say I saw a beautiful 8 point buck in my back yard this morning.

So, what does "8 point" mean, in this context?

danielscissorhands: You see, Subby, caribou are basically the North American equivalent of reindeer. Deer, not so much.

OK, I've just spent an educational few minutes on Wikipedia.

It seems that caribou is simply the North American word for reindeer, as moose is the North American word for elk.

Wapiti, elk, reindeer, red deer and fallow deer are all deer.

The default deer in my local dialect:



The dik dik however:



Is an antelope. And adorable.


Moose and elk are two entirely different species. You were right about dik diks being adorable though.
 
2013-11-09 06:17:10 PM
Giant rats, kill 'em all.
 
2013-11-09 06:19:57 PM

rikkards: Lady Indica: evil saltine: Lady Indica: brimed03: Yeah... the deer in the meme is just shedding the velvety covering on its antlers. Since that's live tissue, there's some minor bloodiness involved.

Oh god, I thought it was photoshopped. Seriously? Does it hurt the deer?

/nature is icky

OH GOD THE HORROR! RIVERS OF BLOOD

I deal with that every goddamned month, rivers of blood don't scare me, but it's farking icky and gross.

Every. farking. Month.

Mr Garrison: You can't trust something that bleeds for seven days and doesn't die.


Bambi II - THE REVENGE

s24.postimg.org
 
2013-11-09 06:23:37 PM

BlameBush: Is it just in NC that there is a big ad showing a large, nasty foot with toenail fungus in glorious digital detail and brilliant color right next to the article?

No one wants to see that!


who the hell puts that in by an article about getting mauled by a deer.  i dont mind seeing the blood, guts, and gore, but was horribly sickened by the toenail fungus.

thanks a lot for ruining my dinner.
 
2013-11-09 06:24:06 PM

Aces and Eights: Moose and elk are two entirely different species. You were right about dik diks being adorable though.


Like I say. I was just browsing wikipedia:

Wapiti (North American elk):

The elk or wapiti (Cervus canadensis) is one of the largest species of the Cervidae or deer family in the world

Elk (North American møøse):

The moose (North America) or Eurasian elk (Europe) (Alces alces) is the largest extant species in the deer family.

They're both cervidae.
 
2013-11-09 06:46:22 PM
Yes they're both in the same family, cervidae. Different species though.
Both are really big and I wouldn't want to get mauled by either one.
 
2013-11-09 07:04:47 PM
img.fark.net
 
2013-11-09 07:09:07 PM

i1102.photobucket.com

 
2013-11-09 07:17:03 PM
On the one hand, deer are wild animals. They are not pets. They are beautiful and nice to look at, but still, wild animals.

On the other hand, holy fark! I would never have thought a deer capable of that. That must have been one pissed off deer! Seriously, that defies belief.
 
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