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#1 - Keoul
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(03/28/2013) [-]
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#258 to #1 - queefersutherland
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#20 - blackleather
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(03/28/2013) [-]
>Am 16
>At a random church retreat
>Girls I know find a baby rabbit
>They argue over it and drop it
>Pick up rabbit and keep arguing
>Drops rabbit again
>Rabbit is now twitching in pain
>Decide to put it out of misery by twisting neck
>Twist head a full 3/4 of a circle
>Rabbit still living
>Call friend over and tell him to bring slingshot
>Grab a rock and use slingshot to smash it's head
>Finally dead
>Name it Jak, bury it and have funeral
>Spend night consoling girls
>Get close but no sex
>Pissed off that they didn't put out
>MFW I realize how much of a scumbag I am for expecting reward sex for killing a baby rabbit
#46 to #20 - blackcurrant **User deleted account**
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#288 to #46 - aconfuseddonut
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(03/29/2013) [-]
IT'S FULL OF PROTEIN.
#271 to #46 - inspectah
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(03/29/2013) [-]
Do you what you can do survive.
#69 to #20 - darwinw
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(03/29/2013) [-]
You expected sex at a church retreat?
#71 to #69 - blackleather
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(03/29/2013) [-]
I was 16 at the time, and none of us actually cared, we were merely dragged along by our parents.
#11 - awildniglet
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(03/28/2013) [-]
>Christopher Bale   
Christian Bale, don't ******* **** that up
>Christopher Bale
Christian Bale, don't ******* **** that up
#117 - jldragon
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(03/29/2013) [-]
Found this lil guy freezing in my friends driveway 3 weeks ago, surrounded by four of his dead siblings in 30 degree weather. He didn't even have his eyes open then, but now he's starting to eat solid foods on his own. Now if only the little ****** would just learn to use the water feeder.
#133 to #117 - yutakenusername
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(03/29/2013) [-]
What is he? ^~^
#279 to #133 - anon
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(03/29/2013) [-]
A bunny.
#304 to #279 - yutakenusername
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(03/29/2013) [-]
Wow, he doesn't even look like one. x_x
#164 to #117 - ButtonFly
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(03/29/2013) [-]
It's so cute!
It's so cute!
#121 to #117 - toxicjoe
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(03/29/2013) [-]
do you have any more pictures of him/her?
do you have any more pictures of him/her?
#128 to #121 - jldragon
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(03/29/2013) [-]
Day i found im
#124 to #121 - jldragon
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(03/29/2013) [-]
A ton, i don't have them all uploaded anywhere yet though
#130 to #124 - toxicjoe
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(03/29/2013) [-]
*********************************************!!!!!!!!   
   
But that's really cool though that you rescued the little dude. how has he/she been doing?
*********************************************!!!!!!!!

But that's really cool though that you rescued the little dude. how has he/she been doing?
#144 to #124 - Dap
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(03/29/2013) [-]
That's honestly amazing, I ******* love rabbits. good for you lol
#138 to #124 - neoexdeath ONLINE
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(03/29/2013) [-]
Its not angry, Lop's just tend to look pissed off.
#132 to #124 - aerius
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(03/29/2013) [-]
awww! You'd better get him checked out at a vet if you haven't already though, or he could get myxomatosis or something
#141 to #132 - jldragon
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(03/29/2013) [-]
Theres no cure for myxomatosis, but even so he could only get it outside and so far has been indoors afew weeks and would have developed symptoms already. But don't fear that i'm winging it, i've balanced his food/caloric intake as well as feeding him his own dropping early on as well as probiotics to develop his digestive system.

Plus, from what I hear around here, the vets that know how to care for cottontail rabbits (as opposed to domestic breeds) are also the same ones who work at the government programs for avian wildlife. Since their job is to actively preserve certain endangered birds and not common rodents, supposedly they just feed orphaned baby rabbits to the eagles and hawks and tell you that nothing could be done. Again, that could all be ********, but I'd rather take my chances on my own.
#156 to #141 - CottonTail
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(03/29/2013) [-]
As the king of their species I'd just like to let you know that baby bunnies need to be bathed regularly in a fine broth of carrots, chardonay, shallots, a pinch of nutmeg and oregano. Then dried off in an over set to 400 degrees for 12minutes.
#157 to #156 - jldragon
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(03/29/2013) [-]
I used to have a pet chicken, too, and I still eat the **** out of chicken.

I'd try rabbit soup, just not with this particular one.
#159 to #157 - CottonTail
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(03/29/2013) [-]
That is in fact from a real recipe, I don't know if it's everything and I guessed the cooking temp. I do know that rabbits depending on weight can be cooked as a cornish hen would be. higher heat, lesser time and make sure it is fully cooked if possible, but not over cooked.
#142 to #141 - aerius
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(03/29/2013) [-]
that's good to hear. I hope he grows up strong :>
#127 to #121 - jldragon
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#155 to #117 - A Pickle
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(03/29/2013) [-]
A few years ago there was a crow flying away with a bunny over my street. The bunny was too heavy and the crow dropped him onto the pavement from at least 25 feet in the air. The bunny survived and we took it for a few days and gave it food and water, then released it into our backyard. We still see the same bunny hopping around our yard today.
#9 - captainoptimist
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(03/28/2013) [-]
>be 18
>big storm the night before, tree branches down all over the place
>at then-boyfriend (now-husband)'s house
>see baby squirrels in the backyard, knocked out of the tree
>all dead but one
>wrap baby squirrel in a towel to show people how cute
>take to my house
>my mom tells me the mama squirrel won't take the baby back now, and it will starve to death
>decide to put baby squirrel out of its misery
>try to drown baby squirrel in sink
>hold it under the water for five minutes
>it's still breathing
>hold it under for ten minutes
>still ******* breathing
>take it back to boyfriend's house
>smash its head with a brick
>still moving
>smash it again, basically mush at this point
>finally dead
>MFW I'm probably going to Hell for this

TL;DR
Baby squirrels are ******* hard to kill.
#38 to #9 - SonofChuck ONLINE
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(03/28/2013) [-]
I hate squirrels so I feel nothing.
#33 to #9 - fapperdefap
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(03/28/2013) [-]
or you could have used on of these
#101 to #9 - xxlopikedxx
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(03/29/2013) [-]
You were in the ******* kitchen. Why didn't you use a knife.
#107 to #9 - anon
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(03/29/2013) [-]
wtf
#236 to #9 - anon
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(03/29/2013) [-]
You killed that squirrel for nothing. That is just a myth about animals not caring for their young after they've been touched by humans.
#242 to #9 - doubleac
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(03/29/2013) [-]
A baby squirrel is a mammal, and all mammals have something called the mammalian diving reflex. Instinctively, when their face is submerged underwater, they hold their breath. This is true for all mammals i believe, even humans. A baby up until around 9 months old will have the mammalian diving reflex :P
#265 to #9 - bigairchicago **User deleted account**
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#170 to #9 - grundo
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(03/29/2013) [-]
OH GOD WHY
THAT'S NOT EVEN TRUE
MOTHER ANIMALS DON'T GIVE A **** IF PEOPLE TOUCH THEIR BABIES.
#15 to #9 - demcomments ONLINE
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(03/28/2013) [-]
**demcomments rolled a random image posted in comment #6 at conversation between Canada and U.S **

Why did I start to laugh when I pictured you beating a squirrel with a brick? **** I'm a horrible person and I could never beat an animal to death like that..._
#122 to #9 - xmasterchefx
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(03/29/2013) [-]
You could have been like this guy, he raised an injured squirrel and it grew to like him so he keeps the squirrel everywhere he goes in his pocket
#163 to #9 - cpthaze **User deleted account**
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#70 to #9 - fannypack
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(03/29/2013) [-]
Because you couldn't ******* raise the squirrel and have a badass squirrel pet
#28 to #9 - imalex
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(03/28/2013) [-]
WHY THE **** DID YOU KILL IT YOU COULDVE KEPT IT
#61 to #9 - WitchKingTroll
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(03/28/2013) [-]
Squirrel will probably starve to death

Let's kill it!
#21 to #9 - santathumbs
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(03/28/2013) [-]
I have a question regarding this story;
Why didn't you keep the squirrel as a pet?
Explain!
#354 to #21 - captainoptimist
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(04/03/2013) [-]
I have no explanation. I panicked when I thought it was going to starve to death.
#55 - mouthwash
Reply +52
(03/28/2013) [-]
>Be 15   
>Out with a couple of friends   
>Get to the end of my street   
>A wild hedgehog appeared!   
>It's crossing the road in front of a car on the other side of the road to us   
>Dive in front of the car, whisk up the hedge hog and take it back to it's side of the road.    
>Decide to pet him a bit until he curls into his defensive ball   
>Wrap some masking tape around it's ankle so if we ever see it again we'll know   
>Next day   
>Walking past the same spot   
>See a red splattered mass in the middle of the road with some white masking tape sticking out of it   
>MFW   
   
Wouldn't normally of bothered me, but it's the fact I took it back across the road, possibly saving it's life, but then leaving it there instead of taking it to the side it was trying to reach. Must have got squished trying again. Feelsbadman.jpg
>Be 15
>Out with a couple of friends
>Get to the end of my street
>A wild hedgehog appeared!
>It's crossing the road in front of a car on the other side of the road to us
>Dive in front of the car, whisk up the hedge hog and take it back to it's side of the road.
>Decide to pet him a bit until he curls into his defensive ball
>Wrap some masking tape around it's ankle so if we ever see it again we'll know
>Next day
>Walking past the same spot
>See a red splattered mass in the middle of the road with some white masking tape sticking out of it
>MFW

Wouldn't normally of bothered me, but it's the fact I took it back across the road, possibly saving it's life, but then leaving it there instead of taking it to the side it was trying to reach. Must have got squished trying again. Feelsbadman.jpg
#63 to #55 - temporalguardian ONLINE
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(03/28/2013) [-]
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#95 - berkut
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#44 - oceanicsss
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(03/28/2013) [-]
>Be 18
>Walking from my job to my house
>Find a baby raccoon obviously in distress
>Pick it up gently
>Find out it has a broken leg
>Take it home
>Fix it up (I was studying animals n' **** so it was pretty easy)
>Two years past
>Its big and strong, like the whole leg thing never happened
>I was carrying it outside so it can do its buisness
>Out of no where it decides to be a dick and bite my ******* finger
>Its runs into the ******* street
>I'm screaming its name
>Black car speeds by
>I try to wave my hands to stop it
>White bitch is ******* texting while driving
>Runs over my raccoon
>I cry like a 5 year old who lost her doll

**** man, I miss that raccoon.
#74 - confusedasian
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(03/29/2013) [-]
>be 18   
>have no stories to tell because I'm a quiet shut in that doesn't leave the house much   
   
   
   
   
>going to go eat some fried rice now   
>MFW
>be 18
>have no stories to tell because I'm a quiet shut in that doesn't leave the house much




>going to go eat some fried rice now
>MFW
#76 to #74 - llamasandwhich
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(03/29/2013) [-]
What kind of Asian is that?
Eating rice with spoons...
#87 to #76 - delivering
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(03/29/2013) [-]
A domesticated Asian.

You can get one at the pet shop.

They are trained, so they can eat with normal utensiles, and won't bite or read minds.
#103 to #87 - jldragon
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(03/29/2013) [-]
One day I was walking home from school and found one in the ditch, it wasn't moving very much and looked frightened. Didn't say a word, walked over to try and calm it down. Grabed my skateboard to put it out of its misery and it's eyes widened as it screamed and tried to run. MFW asians actually can read minds.
#88 to #87 - llamasandwhich
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(03/29/2013) [-]
I am favoriting that comment.