LOL. Happy Halloween.
Tom---I'm glad it gave you a chuckle, but you have been forewarned. Look to the trees...they're coming.
I thought it would be a cat..I can see Dexter curled up in it.
YD G---We had a CAT guarding it. Mr. Pablo. Albeit, through the window, but still. I'm thinking Dexter is a killer. OK, our cat is a pussy.In Pablo's defense, he was high on catnip which my wife keeps giving him. He thought it was a vision from kitty fourth dimension...and he now has the munchies.
Bach would be proud. Perhaps the squirrels are of Latino decent and really like the chili peppers. Perhaps you could try sugar and honey. Of course now you have to worry about PETA. Be Afraid, very afraid.hahahahahahahhh chuckle giggle. snort.
Beware Dracusquirrel.the Ol'Buzzard
You shouldn't feed the damnsquirrels so close to the house -- it'll only be a matter of time before they're inside, and once they get in, they're almost impossible to get out, cat or no cat. Loved the soundtrack, btw. I'm looking forward to the music department's annual live performance of the Toccata and Fugue in F tomorrow night. Mwahahahauahahahaha!!! Ha!
Punch---You're right...all I did was make a Pumpkin Relleno.There's nothing to worry about...I had some peta bread not so long ago. Smeared a little hummus on it...not too bad.Ol'Buzzard---HA...good one! Or, Frankensquirrel?intell---You may have noticed that our drive is close to the house. That's my plan...lure the little suckers to the driveway, and shades of Baja Georgia...instant roadkill. Yummy.Are there squirrels on the campus? Be careful.
Great mystery thriller. Those little zombie squirrels will do it ewvery time. HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!!
If that was in the country, that squirrel would disappear, kno'm'sayin'?
Chimp---In the tradition of Hitchcock. Happy Great Pumpkin to you, as well.Doug---Oh hell yeah...I live in Nebraska, dude. There are people who specialize in making jerky from one's game kill. Squirrel jerky is probably a common one...for light snacks, no doubt.
sound and fury.... sorry, furry. nicely scaaarrrryyy.the volkswagon bus ad from your earlier post was much scarier, however. happy halloween!
When I walk to my food store, I carry a shopping bag with some peanuts in one pocket of the bag. I walk through a park and feed the squirrels and Blue Jays. A man spotted me and asked why I fed the squirrels. I told him to fatten them up as they are delicious deep fried. Ever since then, he asks, how are the squirrels? I answer,"DELICIOUS!"
Yum, yum, seasoned pumpkin. Light the damn candle and maybe the squirrel won't go in it.Each spring, my mother used to buy several hibiscus plants and put them on her deck. The "mangy squirrel" as she called him would wait until the blossoms were ready to open, and the squirrel would come by and bite off the buds. Every single day. Once the buds were gone, it would have a snack on the jute porch rug. Little bastard.
Harlequin---The bus...scary, but not evil.Chimp---There's a metaphor here methinks. You represent the 1%, and the squirrels represent the 99%. Eh?Who---Ah yes, candles. Well, see, here's the thing...this year we didn't carve pumpkins, we painted them...the theory being, if we didn't carve them, the evil ones would not try to eat them. Bastards!I share your dear mother's pain.
I had a buddy from Milwaukee who just passed away. This video reminded me of him cause he called his wife "Pumpkin." His name was Peter.
(um, I meant to refer to the Tocatta and Fugue in d minor...silly me).Hey, I got an idea jj. Hollow out the pumpkin, leaving the lid off. Then, when the damnsquirrel gets inside, quick slap on the lid. Put the whole shebang in the oven, say 400-degrees for 50-55 minutes. Dinner's ready!
(I've been living in Bubbaville too long, haven't I?)
Truth---Truth?intell---What The Fugue?What...and give up perfectly good squirrel pelt? Eight to ten of which make a damned fine hat.
intell---I missed your last comment whilst responding to your first comment. The spooky part is...I almost wrote, "intell, you've been living too long in Bubbaville." We've been following one another's blog too long, perhaps?
The pumpkin looks spookier than ever. Those squirrels know what they're doing. They want the pumpkin to be so scary the kids will drop their candy while running away.
Mr. C---There may be something to what you say. Several of the kids dropped their candy and threw up at the sight of the horror. The diabolical squirrels promptly ate that as well.
I still think that deep fried squirrel and pumpkin pie would make a good Thanksgiving dinner. You never know, but maybe it wasn't turkey that the pilgrims and indians ate that first holiday.
With the extra daylight hour today, I made me a giant omelette with jalapeño cheese and tender deep fried squirrel. Yummy!!!
Chimp---the real story is, they were eating one another.Chimp---We need to do something at the border about all those jalapenos getting into the country.
Yeah, we gotta give those Jalapeños immunity! We need more, more...
JJ, I know you will like this post I just reported on: Vandals leave new Ronald Reagan statue leaning left (VIDEO)
Chimp---thanks for the tip. I'll check it out.
Things are looking up.
Maybe if you threw the poor things a nut once in a while they wouldn't go after your pumpkins. But they do have a very healthy looking reddish color to them. My squirrels are grayish/white, which is very disconcerting. Kind of like zombie-squirrels......except that they are really fast.oh, I just scared myself.
Diane---When I was at the University of Michigan, there were monster sized squirrels on campus. They were very aggressive and even bit on occasion. The reason...from losing their fear of humans...as a result of people feeding them. Much like gators down south.We keep trying to tell our cats that they don't really want to catch a squirrel. They won't listen. The reddish color is from a steady diet of cats.You should be afraid...very.
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