Friday, December 4, 2009

Mommy Has a Surprise For You!


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  1. This means that Santa’s sleigh is moving at 650 miles per second, 3000 times the speed of sound. For purposes of comparison, the fastest man-made vehicle on earth, the Ulysses space probe, moves at a poky 27.4 miles per second – a conventional reindeer can run, tops, 15 miles per hour….
    353,000 tons traveling at 650 miles per second creates enormous air resistance – this will heat the reindeer up in the same fashion as spacecrafts re-entereing the earth’s atmosphere.

  2. Oh, Bambi. I cried so hard when those hunters shot your mommy.

  3. Is this redneck child rearing??

    I worked with a guy who’s license plate read : I8BAMBI
    I think this might be his wife and kids!!

  4. So I’m guessing those are three kids who didn’t cry when Bambi’s mum died.

  5. @Anitalaff: You’re always good for a fucking great laff!

  6. Good times… good times…

  7. Oh, and hey, Anitalaff, not all the farms in the world put chicken in cages and keep cows covered in dung.

    My family used to get meat from a farm that treated all their livestock very well.

  8. I’d bang the mom whilst the deer watched.

  9. It doesn’t matter if hunting is wrong or not –

    If you bring your young child an animal’s decapitated head and treat it like a toy..What do you think he’s gonna learn? that animals are objects and their life’s value is a joke. how do you people fail to understand the risk in that?

    If you want your kids to understand where meat comes from,
    let them read about it in a book…

    (english isn’t my first language so sorry for any mistakes)

  10. what’s in the plastic bag?

  11. @lamebookpolice: probably the father of the children (or at least the youngest).

  12. Hunter regularly take a photo in the field right after a kill. The adrenaline is pumping and you are feeling successful, so you snap a photo. But taking it home and posing with it around your kids is pretty bad taste. If those kids had been in the field it would be a different story, but then the photo would have been taken in the field.

  13. For all you liberal pussies that think the deer will be dearly missed by it “family” you sre dumb. As for sport hunting in nearly all cases if the hunter does not wish to keep the meat it is donated to either a local village, or in the United States of America it is donated to a charity called sportsman against hunger. The meat is given to orphanages or under privileged families so they can have a decent meal.

  14. @sullyman

    I’m a liberal and I like hunting, morals and political views don’t have anything to do with each other. So kindly go fuck yourself.

  15. @Joe Evil

    You clearly aren’t a liberal pussy then, just liberal. Big difference, i should have specified, liberal hippy douche bags is a far more accurate term.

  16. I crush little animals under my high heels… I get off on it… HATE ME

  17. TACKY to the nth power. It’s sad to see little kids indoctrinated into the hobby of killing for fun. Around here there is a huge problem of people hunting deer off season or trespassing. The final straw for me was to find out the farmer intentionally gut shoot them so they die slowly (so as to not leave a carcass in their field). Farmers see them as pests and destroy them on site (nevermind the fact the farmer cut down the deer’s habitat). People can eat a healthy diet without gunning down deer. And if this is about “population control” why do they aim mainly for the males; the females are who control the # of births each year. They also remove the strongest of the herd (trophy bucks) leaving the weak and sickly behind; who wants an undersized trophy?

    And even if you’re into eating deer meat, is playing with a bloody starting-to-decompose animal head a good idea? Should toddlers be rewarded for playing with dead things?

  18. Venison tastes delicious. Like beef, but leaner! And hunting them just adds the flavor of victory. <3

  19. i got 8 legs of venison for £60. is that two deer/dear?

  20. @frunchy: Have you ever heard of doe season? In *MY* area, we are extremely over-populated by does & there is at least one season each year where you can only shoot does. I’m no hunter, but usually these are the only seasons my stepdad participates in, although he will go during regular season if enough of his buddies are. Even then, he doesn’t usually get a buck – just aids in the retrieval of whatever his buddies get.

    And yes: THEY TAKE PICTURES WITH THEIR KILL, as well as portions of the cleaning process if they do it themselves. I have pictures of my son (age 2 & 3 depending on which set) next to a truckbed full of 2-3 deer as well as with him in the garage with us during the last cleaning session. I’ve been helping clean deer since I was 5 or 6 years old & I see nothing wrong with it. How do you think people survived when America was a new country? How do you think anyone on Earth survived before the invention of prepackaged meat?

    To me, it’s no different than the pictures I have of my mom, aunt, uncles, grandparents & greatgrandparents throughout the years with strung up catfish or rabbits, squirrels & geese laid out on the cement as they posed next to them. Oh, no, I’m a redneck hick. But I figure I’ve eaten better over the years than I would have if I had just pulled around to the next window for my next meal.

    Oh, and the farmers aren’t so much to blame as the larger cities. A few munched on crops aren’t any big deal as opposed to the amount of damage one or two deer can cause in even a small town.

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