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2019-03-13 10:37:00 PM  
Pasty people problems
 
2019-03-13 10:44:55 PM  

scotchcrotch: Pasty people problems


Pabst-y people?

/ say Hi to Old Grandad
// why yes, I am drinking....
/// alone, unlike the slashies
 
2019-03-13 10:48:27 PM  
I just farted.
 
2019-03-13 10:50:21 PM  
In America it's usually dogs. Only Canada would have turkeys chasing mailmen.
 
2019-03-13 10:52:33 PM  
The trick is to close the distance before they can jump/fly and boot it in the head.  Especially these.

\csb?

I spent some time in rural CT.  There were gangs of these about.  Gaggles even.  They would block traffic, keep you from entering your home, and if you were unintelligent or afraid, just straight up bully you.

My cat, a Maine coone, Manx mix, took great pleasure in this...

His name was Hagrid....

He'd wait about twenty feet up, and when I got home in my '79 k10 chevy.  They would scatter, he'd pounce.  One thanksgiving, we had wild turkey.

Those birds are awesome, and there is a reason they were proposed to be the national bird rather than the scavenger that we have now.

/csb
 
2019-03-13 10:59:52 PM  
Nothing that a Canadian Club can't take care of
 
2019-03-13 10:59:55 PM  
Jim, Jack and Rose - Johnny Bush
Youtube BHPjMU57fg4
What about Gypsy Rose?
 
2019-03-13 11:06:31 PM  

daffy: In America it's usually dogs. Only Canada would have turkeys chasing mailmen.


So carry treats seeds in your pocket?
 
2019-03-13 11:18:42 PM  
Roast that bird and have a cocktail, Mr Postie.
 
2019-03-13 11:19:02 PM  

bongon247: The trick is to close the distance before they can jump/fly and boot it in the head.  Especially these.

\csb?

I spent some time in rural CT.  There were gangs of these about.  Gaggles even.  They would block traffic, keep you from entering your home, and if you were unintelligent or afraid, just straight up bully you.

My cat, a Maine coone, Manx mix, took great pleasure in this...

His name was Hagrid....

He'd wait about twenty feet up, and when I got home in my '79 k10 chevy.  They would scatter, he'd pounce.  One thanksgiving, we had wild turkey.

Those birds are awesome, and there is a reason they were proposed to be the national bird rather than the scavenger that we have now.

/csb


The good news is that the turkey wasn't proposed to be the national bird.

Next up: George Washington and the cherry tree.
 
2019-03-13 11:21:19 PM  
Never tried it with a turkey, but with geese it was always grab them by the neck and throw them.  Didn't seem to hurt them and they got the message.

/I was feeding you
// be grateful
/// fark geese.
 
2019-03-13 11:28:00 PM  

Richard Saunders: bongon247: The trick is to close the distance before they can jump/fly and boot it in the head.  Especially these.

\csb?

I spent some time in rural CT.  There were gangs of these about.  Gaggles even.  They would block traffic, keep you from entering your home, and if you were unintelligent or afraid, just straight up bully you.

My cat, a Maine coone, Manx mix, took great pleasure in this...

His name was Hagrid....

He'd wait about twenty feet up, and when I got home in my '79 k10 chevy.  They would scatter, he'd pounce.  One thanksgiving, we had wild turkey.

Those birds are awesome, and there is a reason they were proposed to be the national bird rather than the scavenger that we have now.

/csb

The good news is that the turkey wasn't proposed to be the national bird.

Next up: George Washington and the cherry tree.


Ben Franklin might disagree...
 
2019-03-13 11:31:38 PM  

Richard Saunders: bongon247: The trick is to close the distance before they can jump/fly and boot it in the head.  Especially these.

\csb?

I spent some time in rural CT.  There were gangs of these about.  Gaggles even.  They would block traffic, keep you from entering your home, and if you were unintelligent or afraid, just straight up bully you.

My cat, a Maine coone, Manx mix, took great pleasure in this...

His name was Hagrid....

He'd wait about twenty feet up, and when I got home in my '79 k10 chevy.  They would scatter, he'd pounce.  One thanksgiving, we had wild turkey.

Those birds are awesome, and there is a reason they were proposed to be the national bird rather than the scavenger that we have now.

/csb

The good news is that the turkey wasn't proposed to be the national bird.

Next up: George Washington and the cherry tree.


https://www.worldatlas.com/articles/w​h​at-made-the-bald-eagle-the-national-bi​rd-of-the-united-states.html
 
2019-03-13 11:37:47 PM  

Richard Saunders: bongon247: The trick is to close the distance before they can jump/fly and boot it in the head.  Especially these.

\csb?

I spent some time in rural CT.  There were gangs of these about.  Gaggles even.  They would block traffic, keep you from entering your home, and if you were unintelligent or afraid, just straight up bully you.

My cat, a Maine coone, Manx mix, took great pleasure in this...

His name was Hagrid....

He'd wait about twenty feet up, and when I got home in my '79 k10 chevy.  They would scatter, he'd pounce.  One thanksgiving, we had wild turkey.

Those birds are awesome, and there is a reason they were proposed to be the national bird rather than the scavenger that we have now.

/csb

The good news is that the turkey wasn't proposed to be the national bird.

Next up: George Washington and the cherry tree.


Try again, dick.  Maybe read Franklin's letters.
 
2019-03-13 11:41:00 PM  

Richard Saunders: bongon247: The trick is to close the distance before they can jump/fly and boot it in the head.  Especially these.

\csb?

I spent some time in rural CT.  There were gangs of these about.  Gaggles even.  They would block traffic, keep you from entering your home, and if you were unintelligent or afraid, just straight up bully you.

My cat, a Maine coone, Manx mix, took great pleasure in this...

His name was Hagrid....

He'd wait about twenty feet up, and when I got home in my '79 k10 chevy.  They would scatter, he'd pounce.  One thanksgiving, we had wild turkey.

Those birds are awesome, and there is a reason they were proposed to be the national bird rather than the scavenger that we have now.

/csb

The good news is that the turkey wasn't proposed to be the national bird.

Next up: George Washington and the cherry tree.


Maybe move on to Washington's letters next.
 
2019-03-14 12:15:38 AM  
I Drink Alone - George Thorogood and the Destroyers
Youtube 4E9ydw_aDMg
 
2019-03-14 12:44:17 AM  
A Canadian Hunter can take care of that.
 
2019-03-14 02:04:38 AM  
Spring is getting ready to sproing sproing sproing


img.fark.netView Full Size
 
2019-03-14 09:16:52 AM  

stuffy: [Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/4E9ydw_a​DMg]


Came in here to say this.

Leaving satisfied.
 
2019-03-14 09:41:43 AM  

bongon247: Richard Saunders: bongon247: The trick is to close the distance before they can jump/fly and boot it in the head.  Especially these.

\csb?

I spent some time in rural CT.  There were gangs of these about.  Gaggles even.  They would block traffic, keep you from entering your home, and if you were unintelligent or afraid, just straight up bully you.

My cat, a Maine coone, Manx mix, took great pleasure in this...

His name was Hagrid....

He'd wait about twenty feet up, and when I got home in my '79 k10 chevy.  They would scatter, he'd pounce.  One thanksgiving, we had wild turkey.

Those birds are awesome, and there is a reason they were proposed to be the national bird rather than the scavenger that we have now.

/csb

The good news is that the turkey wasn't proposed to be the national bird.

Next up: George Washington and the cherry tree.

Try again, dick.  Maybe read Franklin's letters.


All the letters he sends me are about coming to hang out during naked men's discussion group- he must think of you differently.
 
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