Not my part of Ship Chief

#2
"Council contractor Amey said the staff from sub-contractor Bellstan were not "licensed or trained" to remove road kill."

How much fcukin training do you need? Get a shovel, scrape the bastard up and chuck on the side of the road. Then let the council (or any passing motorists who fancy a snack) pick it up. Simples.
 

R12_CV

Lantern Swinger
#3
He said: "I couldn't quite believe my eyes when I saw this poor old badger who had been there over a week.
"I'd seen him every day as I went by and wondered if he was going to be picked up.
"Then on Friday I drove home to see his body between the lines - they had painted the road, but left a gap where he lay."
As if the [email protected] wasn't bad enough to actually 'sex' the beast...he ran it further into the tarmac every day and questioned if 'someone else' would shift it..!!!
A bigger turd than the jobsworths IMHO
 
#7
Re: You won't believe this.

How do you know it's dead? I've been seen coming home from a good night out looking not too different from that picture.

Now the mole or rat or whatever in 2DD's picture is definitely dead - probably of lead poisoning from the paint!
 
#9
Re: You won't believe this.

finknottle said:
That's a possum and I would say the picture was taken in the USA, don't you Townies know anything? :wink:
Not a thing! However, if you are right and it IS a Possum - how do you know it is dead as well - aren't Possums supposed to be very good at pretending to be dead? :wink:
 
#10
Re: You won't believe this.

broadside said:
finknottle said:
That's a possum and I would say the picture was taken in the USA, don't you Townies know anything? :wink:
Not a thing! However, if you are right and it IS a Possum - how do you know it is dead as well - aren't Possums supposed to be very good at pretending to be dead? :wink:
They're also awesome at cam and concealment.

Look at the way it has painted yellow stripes and tyre marks on itself in order to blend in with the road.
 
#14
Re: You won't believe this.

Bergen said:
You have to look carefully to see how long that ferkin snake is.

Now that’s what I call camouflage isn't nature a wonderful things and how much of that monster is still lurking in that crevice in the rocks?
 
#15
Re: You won't believe this.

finknottle said:
Bergen said:
You have to look carefully to see how long that ferkin snake is.

Now that’s what I call camouflage isn't nature a wonderful things and how much of that monster is still lurking in that crevice in the rocks?
Ah the times I've been asked that question :oops: :roll: :wink: :D
 
#16
Re: You won't believe this.

Rumrat said:
finknottle said:
Bergen said:
You have to look carefully to see how long that ferkin snake is.

Now that’s what I call camouflage isn't nature a wonderful things and how much of that monster is still lurking in that crevice in the rocks?
Ah the times I've been asked that question :oops: :roll: :wink: :D
Whats that thing at the end of it? Has it grabbed a baby boar or something?
 
#18
Re: You won't believe this.

jacko90 said:
Rumrat said:
finknottle said:
Bergen said:
You have to look carefully to see how long that ferkin snake is.

Now that’s what I call camouflage isn't nature a wonderful things and how much of that monster is still lurking in that crevice in the rocks?
Ah the times I've been asked that question :oops: :roll: :wink: :D
Whats that thing at the end of it? Has it grabbed a baby boar or something?
Another blatant lie about my character. It is just an animal that happened to be passing when my love length slipped out. It going in the Ferrel's rectum was a pure accident. :oops: :oops: 8O
 
#19
Re: You won't believe this.

jacko90 said:
Rumrat said:
finknottle said:
Bergen said:
You have to look carefully to see how long that ferkin snake is.

Now that’s what I call camouflage isn't nature a wonderful things and how much of that monster is still lurking in that crevice in the rocks?
Ah the times I've been asked that question :oops: :roll: :wink: :D
Whats that thing at the end of it? Has it grabbed a baby boar or something?
It's an adult Red Kangaroo.
 
#20
Re: You won't believe this.

Bergen said:
jacko90 said:
Rumrat said:
finknottle said:
Bergen said:
You have to look carefully to see how long that ferkin snake is.

Now that’s what I call camouflage isn't nature a wonderful things and how much of that monster is still lurking in that crevice in the rocks?
Ah the times I've been asked that question :oops: :roll: :wink: :D
Whats that thing at the end of it? Has it grabbed a baby boar or something?
It's an adult Red Kangaroo.
http://www.hoax-slayer.com/snake-pulling-cow.shtml
Brief Analysis
The photograph is genuine but the description is inaccurate. The animal being hauled up by the large snake is in fact a wallaroo, a stocky Macropod that is generally larger than a wallaby, but smaller than a kangaroo. The snake is an Olive Python.
 

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