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Old 02-17-2012, 10:04 PM   #1
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Damn animals ;/

I was on my way to see my girlfriend and my daughter when out of nowhere comes either a raccoon or a small dog or something. To say the least I smoked the damn thing. Normally I wouldnt even give ****, except all the damage it actually caused. Broke my headlight, took all the paint down to the primer on the bumper, bent my foglight and bracket completely sideways and that's just what I've found so far. Gonna check it out tomorrow in the morning when I can see. Needless to say I'm pretty pissed off...
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Wow that sucks.. Sorry to hear that..
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Old 02-18-2012, 06:16 PM   #4
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Re: Damn animals ;/

Well I checked it out this morning and from what I could see that's all the damage, still sucks though.
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Old 02-21-2012, 02:37 AM   #5
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OUch! Sorry to hear that, I hit a small kangaroo last year. Only going slow, so just bruised paint around my driving light.
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OUch! Sorry to hear that, I hit a small kangaroo last year. Only going slow, so just bruised paint around my driving light.
Lol sorry to hear that but it sounds funny to me living in the states and all
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Old 02-21-2012, 02:52 AM   #7
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Crikey, like I wasn't expecting a comment like that....NOT. Haha
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OUch! Sorry to hear that, I hit a small kangaroo last year. Only going slow, so just bruised paint around my driving light.
I wish we had kangaroos.
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Old 02-21-2012, 06:17 PM   #9
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So are kangaroos like deer here?
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Old 02-22-2012, 12:30 AM   #10
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So are kangaroos like deer here?
Pretty much, but we have deer as well. Kangaroos can be over 6ft tall in the standing position and can cause serious damage if struck by a vehicle. I live in the island state of Tasmania, mainly see Wallaby here - the smaller cousin to the Roo.
Tasmanian Devils on the other hand, are about the size of a small cat and are more elusive.
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Old 02-22-2012, 12:42 AM   #11
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In the south of Texas, we have Squirrels. These fluffy tailed rats costed me over a grand in damages to wiring, a/c ducting and the insulation in my attic! But My brother finally caught the elusive bastard tonight! Click image for larger version

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Old 02-22-2012, 11:25 PM   #12
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That's crazy seeing a wild Kangaroo would be soo sweet!! So my mom hates squirrels too! They cause so much damage so I catch them in live traps too and just throw the cage in a garbage can full of water and drown the little bastards but were so over populated here that 2 months later there babies are eating plants in the garden and messing everything up!
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Old 02-22-2012, 11:43 PM   #13
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The craziest animal to grace the front of my Cobra is a chrome running Pony
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That's very true Nothings better than a pony. But a kangaroo would be SO SWEET!
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Old 02-22-2012, 11:50 PM   #15
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Pretty much, but we have deer as well. Kangaroos can be over 6ft tall in the standing position and can cause serious damage if struck by a vehicle. I live in the island state of Tasmania, mainly see Wallaby here - the smaller cousin to the Roo.
Tasmanian Devils on the other hand, are about the size of a small cat and are more elusive.
I want to see a Tasmanian devil. I think they are cool.
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Imma have to google them! Cuz I just think looney toons
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Imma have to google them! Cuz I just think looney toons
Haha I just think they look like pissed off ferrets I think they are cool lol.
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That looks soooo evil!
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That looks soooo evil!
Haha they do.
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Pretty much, but we have deer as well. Kangaroos can be over 6ft tall in the standing position and can cause serious damage if struck by a vehicle. I live in the island state of Tasmania, mainly see Wallaby here - the smaller cousin to the Roo.
Tasmanian Devils on the other hand, are about the size of a small cat and are more elusive.
I'm not gonna lie. The entire time reading your post I had an Australian accent going through my head.... Lol

Coolest accent out there.
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I'm not gonna lie. The entire time reading your post I had an Australian accent going through my head.... Lol

Coolest accent out there.
Hahahaha that's awesome I was kinda too but ya they do have sweet accents!
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This little cat decided he wanted to stowaway in the engine bay of the 08 mustang on my ride to school he now lives with us and his name is lucky
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This little cat decided he wanted to stowaway in the engine bay of the 08 mustang on my ride to school he now lives with us and his name is lucky
Haha this happened to me. But I knew the owner of the cat so I had to give it back.
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We looked for his owner for quite awhile couldn't find one sober got to keep him, now he's a huge lap cat and just watches me play xbox all day hahah
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We looked for his owner for quite awhile couldn't find one sober got to keep him, now he's a huge lap cat and just watches me play xbox all day hahah
Hahaha nice.
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Pretty much, but we have deer as well. Kangaroos can be over 6ft tall in the standing position and can cause serious damage if struck by a vehicle. I live in the island state of Tasmania, mainly see Wallaby here - the smaller cousin to the Roo.
Tasmanian Devils on the other hand, are about the size of a small cat and are more elusive.
Wow it's so different there. Would love to visit.
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Pretty much, but we have deer as well. Kangaroos can be over 6ft tall in the standing position and can cause serious damage if struck by a vehicle. I live in the island state of Tasmania, mainly see Wallaby here - the smaller cousin to the Roo.
Tasmanian Devils on the other hand, are about the size of a small cat and are more elusive.
That's not true... I have seen the Tasmanian devil many times on tv, they are about 3 and half feet tall, spin in tornados circles everytime they go somewhere, destroy everything in their path, and make many Inaudible sounds and noises. If you don't believe me just go ask Warner bros.
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I was on my way to see my girlfriend and my daughter when out of nowhere comes either a raccoon or a small dog or something. To say the least I smoked the damn thing. Normally I wouldnt even give ****, except all the damage it actually caused. Broke my headlight, took all the paint down to the primer on the bumper, bent my foglight and bracket completely sideways and that's just what I've found so far. Gonna check it out tomorrow in the morning when I can see. Needless to say I'm pretty pissed off...
Dayum at least it died for what it did jaja. Out come always sucks though.
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