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2014-08-03 07:02:03 PM  
Gobo smiled a very superior smile. "No, dear Faline," he said, "not any more. I got to know that He wouldn't hurt me. Why should I have been afraid? You all think He's wicked. But He isn't wicked. If He loves anybody or if anybody serves Him, He's good to him. Wonderfully good! Nobody in the world can be as kind as He can."
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Everyone was silent. The old stag looked at Gobo for a long time, piercingly and sadly.  "You poor thing!" he said softly at last, and turned and was gone.
 
2014-08-03 08:24:09 PM  
I know a way to put it down and get a tasty meal at the same time.
 
2014-08-03 08:32:44 PM  
Guy is lucky momma deer didn't show up.  She would have given him a deer massage otherwise known as trampling him with her hooves.
 
2014-08-03 08:39:08 PM  
I saw a giraffe with a really short neck. That was sad, or a deer.
 
2014-08-03 08:49:41 PM  
static.brit.co.s3.amazonaws.com

/no chart for baby deer
 
2014-08-03 09:54:34 PM  
I am most pleased to learn that fawn and mama were reunited. It then makes me think of the "Sports Night" episode where Jeremy was covering a wild game hunt ... "recognizable to every living organism on the planet as a family" (or words to that effect).
 
2014-08-03 10:13:41 PM  
Then after the camera was off..he slammed its head into a tree, and they all took 2 hours off for union baby deer burgers.

/could have happened.
 
2014-08-04 02:27:51 AM  
I don't know if the belly rubs comforted the fawn or terrified it. There is a common instinctive response in a prey animal to freeze (or play dead) when it is on its back and  some maybe predator is messing with its belly. The fancy name for this is Tonic Immobility.

Some pet rabbit owners think it is a fun bonding experience to flip a rabbit on its back and hypnotize it with belly rubs, while many others regard this "trancing" process as animal abuse.

http://www.hopperhome.com/trancing_rabbits.htm
 
2014-08-04 02:38:11 AM  

HairBolus: I don't know if the belly rubs comforted the fawn or terrified it. There is a common instinctive response in a prey animal to freeze (or play dead) when it is on its back and  some maybe predator is messing with its belly. The fancy name for this is Tonic Immobility.

Some pet rabbit owners think it is a fun bonding experience to flip a rabbit on its back and hypnotize it with belly rubs, while many others regard this "trancing" process as animal abuse.

http://www.hopperhome.com/trancing_rabbits.htm


The comment in the article that the fawn stuck around after being put down and was following them like puppy leads me to believe it didn't mind it too much.
 
2014-08-04 06:00:51 AM  
Oh yeah, just there - that's the spot. Don't stop. Little faster. Almost there. What are you doing? Don't put me down, you got-damn tease!
 
2014-08-04 07:00:09 AM  
I believe a baby deer is called a fawn, that's like calling a child a baby adult.  Also you are it's new momma, time to whip out those nipples.
 
2014-08-04 07:32:09 AM  
Spoil't
 
2014-08-04 08:57:04 AM  

HairBolus: I don't know if the belly rubs comforted the fawn or terrified it. There is a common instinctive response in a prey animal to freeze (or play dead) when it is on its back and  some maybe predator is messing with its belly. The fancy name for this is Tonic Immobility.

Some pet rabbit owners think it is a fun bonding experience to flip a rabbit on its back and hypnotize it with belly rubs, while many others regard this "trancing" process as animal abuse.

http://www.hopperhome.com/trancing_rabbits.htm


My dog is terrified of belly rubs.  Utterly terrified.  He just lays there, like he was hypnotized.
 
2014-08-04 10:01:05 AM  
Deer can imprint on us humans real fast, and that doesnt help them when they get older and more humm meaty. Release the deer, far from civilization. If it was imprinted, it will follow you around a long time and you will be stuck with it, until you cook him.
 
2014-08-04 10:10:27 AM  
I could tolerate a belly rub from that guy...
 
2014-08-04 11:03:36 AM  
That man can rub my belly and every other spot on me!
 
2014-08-04 11:23:11 AM  

Prey4reign: Guy is lucky momma deer didn't show up.  She would have given him a deer massage otherwise known as trampling him with her hooves.


According to the article, not only did momma show up, she stood nearby and watched.  Like a creepy forest-dwelling voyeur.
 
2014-08-04 01:02:35 PM  

Lonestar: Deer can imprint on us humans real fast, and that doesnt help them when they get older and more humm meaty. Release the deer, far from civilization. If it was imprinted, it will follow you around a long time and you will be stuck with it, until you cook him.


yeah, while I guess the guys didn't hurt the deer, they shouldn't have been handling it like that. It was very young and now it's learned that people are nice and should be approached for belly rubs. Unless mom now teaches it different, that deer is going to get shot in the face next year by some bubba who thinks he's a badass hunter for shooting a deer that walks up to him.
 
2014-08-04 02:08:21 PM  

cryinoutloud: Lonestar: Deer can imprint on us humans real fast, and that doesnt help them when they get older and more humm meaty. Release the deer, far from civilization. If it was imprinted, it will follow you around a long time and you will be stuck with it, until you cook him.

yeah, while I guess the guys didn't hurt the deer, they shouldn't have been handling it like that. It was very young and now it's learned that people are nice and should be approached for belly rubs. Unless mom now teaches it different, that deer is going to get shot in the face next year by some bubba who thinks he's a badass hunter for shooting a deer that walks up to him.


Not like there's a shortage of deer, now is there?
 
2014-08-04 10:01:55 PM  

KidneyStone: lewismarktwo: cryinoutloud: Lonestar: Deer can imprint on us humans real fast, and that doesnt help them when they get older and more humm meaty. Release the deer, far from civilization. If it was imprinted, it will follow you around a long time and you will be stuck with it, until you cook him.

yeah, while I guess the guys didn't hurt the deer, they shouldn't have been handling it like that. It was very young and now it's learned that people are nice and should be approached for belly rubs. Unless mom now teaches it different, that deer is going to get shot in the face next year by some bubba who thinks he's a badass hunter for shooting a deer that walks up to him.

Not like there's a shortage of deer, now is there?

Louis C.K. had great comentary on deer.  If there aren't many where you live it's all "shhhhh look at the pretty dear."  Live where there are tons of them, like i do, and it's look at the G***mn F***ot c**t Ni***r deer.

/There's a bit of lead up to that exact line...hilarious


Deer = forest rats.

(Live near a local city-owned woods where there is no hunting.  They are everywhere.  And driving at night is always a hazard.)
 
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