Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Discuss...

Saw this video on Facebook yesterday:



Now, there was a lively discussion on whether the guy was a loon, or trolling. I think he's trolling. There's a couple times in the video where he cracks himself up, you can hear him chuckling. When he gets to the end of the first verse in "Rudolph," he has to pause to compose himself.

"Thank you lord, for the cars he did not jump in front of" - that does not sound to me like someone that's honestly upset about a deer tied to the back of a truck...

As for the transport of the deer, well, all I can say to the driver of the white suburban is enjoy your exhaust. You're out on the highway with your deer pretty much hanging right over your vehicle's exhaust pipe, so that yummy venison is getting marinated polyaromatic hydrocarbons. Yum, yum. 

So, what do you think - is the guy serious or cracking wise?

That is all.

7 comments:

Chad Bell said...

He's just screwing around.

Old NFO said...

Who knows these days...

ProudHillbilly said...

This had me laughing out loud. He is so screwing around. And I pulled into the local 7-11 and saw a deer being carried in same way on state DOT truck the other day. That was probably road kill, though.

ProudHillbilly said...

This had me laughing out loud. He is so screwing around. And I pulled into the local 7-11 and saw a deer being carried in same way on state DOT truck the other day. That was probably road kill, though.

Hafnhaf said...

Mmmmmmm! Smoked venison... Btw, diesel smoke is better.

#deerlivesmatter

Heath J said...

Better than putting the carcass in the vehicle, IMO. You get all the benefits of offending [s]yuppies and bunny huggers [/s] all the right people, without any of the mess.

abnormalist said...

@Heath J

55 gallon 2.0 mil contractor bags solve that problem.. Put deer in (ideally head first, they fit better that way, and the bag holds all the weight and all the mess. They drag better on a sled that way, and fit well even in compact cars.

If the deer is over 200lbs on the hoof though, yeah it makes it more difficult...