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LirvA vs. deer LirvA vs. deer

07-21-2011 , 06:00 PM
Hope you kept all that meat.

Srsly, even as a vegetarian, I would have taken the carcass home and butchered it.
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07-21-2011 , 06:13 PM
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Originally Posted by Kevroc
Dude.

Do not apply for the zookeeper job.
LOL!!!
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07-21-2011 , 06:50 PM


Surprised this hasn't been posted yet!
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07-21-2011 , 07:23 PM
Beat: Drives a 90's Z-28 P.O.S. Do yourself a favor and t-bone the deer directly in the middle of the front bumper, total the car and get a new one.
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07-21-2011 , 08:02 PM
for a small fee, i'll gladly come up to your area and take care of this deer infestation... just saying...
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07-21-2011 , 08:44 PM
A little trip back in time:
Nov.2003, my 1st night alone driving the route... bundles of newspapers on graveyard shift in the Poconos, out of a half-ton cargo van.
A near miss, @ 3am. Very near. Like 10 inches. I woulda T-boned his antlers, right in the driver's side.
Not just any old deer. An 8-point trophy buck..
I hit the horn twice. F***er just stared @ me, like I was late with his newspaper. [the humans used to bjtch a lot too.]

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those little ******s would run along beside your car, and then just randomly ****ing run out right in front of your ****ing car jesus ****ing christ.
It's really strange the does are really smart here. I saw one look both ways b4 crossing the highway once.
[not the bucks, not in winter, in full rut... no effin' way].
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07-21-2011 , 10:23 PM
daaaaaaaaaaaayyyyyyyyymmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
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07-21-2011 , 11:50 PM
You live in deer country and haven't learned to constantly scan the shoulders? And if you see one, stop, even if you'll miss it. Because another is right behind it.

Get a motorcycle. Always being an instant away from deer-death will teach you to watch.
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07-22-2011 , 12:28 AM
$100 on the deer.

I didn't even read the OP.
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07-22-2011 , 12:49 AM
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Originally Posted by Hardball47
$100 on the deer.

I didn't even read the OP.
Dear vs. Car =

Car Wins every time!!!
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07-22-2011 , 01:05 AM
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Originally Posted by Gizmo
Surprised this hasn't been posted yet!
was gonna post this, louis ck is hilarious.
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07-22-2011 , 01:08 AM


Proof that deer are stupid.
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07-22-2011 , 01:12 AM
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Originally Posted by *******
Dear vs. Car =

Car Wins every time!!!
No, I meant LirvA vs. deer, not LirvA's car.

LirvA carry a gun, IIRC.
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07-22-2011 , 01:28 AM
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Originally Posted by Penguino


Proof that deer are stupid.
Wow, how the **** do you miss that?
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07-22-2011 , 02:20 AM
all the ritards in the thread saying take home and eat..you cannot eat the meat after it's been bruised. Unless Sandra hit it in the head..anywhere on the body and the meat is ruined.

I see Sandra hasnt been posting much since she hit the deer...new sex partner?
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07-22-2011 , 03:34 AM
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Originally Posted by Tim Z
all the ritards in the thread saying take home and eat..you cannot eat the meat after it's been bruised. Unless Sandra hit it in the head..anywhere on the body and the meat is ruined.
Wrong, common fallacy. People all across the world eat roadkill without becoming sick.

I wouldn't eat someone else's roadkill, but if I happened to hit a deer, you bet i'd be taking that badboy home.

Don't think I could pass up 50+ lbs of venison.
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07-22-2011 , 05:28 AM
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Originally Posted by Gizmo
LirvA, this is not normal. All in the span of a couple months you've run over 3 different (large) animals. That's more than just a coincidence and I'm guessing you're doing something wrong. Maybe try not smoking pot and driving afterwards.
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Originally Posted by Bill Haywood
You live in deer country and haven't learned to constantly scan the shoulders? And if you see one, stop, even if you'll miss it. Because another is right behind it.

Get a motorcycle. Always being an instant away from deer-death will teach you to watch.


some ITT may have missed this picture of a deer trail which leads to crossing the road, which is hidden from view by, what's that? a big ass tree. that's right, a big ass tree.

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07-22-2011 , 05:34 AM
deer are awesome, cars not so much
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07-22-2011 , 06:16 AM
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Originally Posted by Gizmo


Surprised this hasn't been posted yet!
Ya I was scrolling down all ready with my "this thread was better as a Louis CK bit" joke, YOU'VE RUINED EVERYTHING!
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07-22-2011 , 06:44 AM
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Originally Posted by guardian troll
deer are awesome, cars not so much
this

I get way more miles to the gallon on my buck than you get in your Buick.
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07-22-2011 , 08:47 AM
This you OP?

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07-22-2011 , 11:27 AM
gif version ftw
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07-22-2011 , 11:53 AM
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Originally Posted by LirvA
some ITT may have missed this picture of a deer trail which leads to crossing the road, which is hidden from view by, what's that? a big ass tree. that's right, a big ass tree.

So each time you ran over a deer, it was this same exact spot? Why would you continue going that way? Or why would you not be more aware? Idk, lirvs, once, twice... Fine, but you've now run over three large-scale animals in, like, a month's time. Something aint right, and I doubt it's always the animal's fault.
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