Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Wahesh, Dec 29, 2017.
Lol missed someone else had the same thought. Great minds and all that.
I see we both had Roosters as our first animal on our hated lists !
Gotta have love for bees too. They predict that without bees polenating our plants flowers and helping to propogate them, life on this planet would seriously break down due to lack of food.
Does anyone else get the urge to kick those chihuahuas just to see how far you can kick?
Or like squeeze a kitten too death coz they’re so cute?
Rabbits? Fuck those posers. I put my finger in a rabbits cage when I was a kid to patt it and it almost nibbled my fucken finger off.
They are useless and bugs bunny is a complete inaccurate portrayal. They’re all fat fluff balls.
Except for cats I kinda like all animals. I took two of my sons hunting on the weekend. We saw nine Water Buffalo. We were up wind so they were on to us early, which is good cause dressing one of those is a full day’s work. We also saw a couple of Grey Roos and a Red which was huge.
We never bothered to put a shot through the rifle but had a great day walking in the bush. Missus reckons it’s the only time she sees me and the boys truly happy. Silent, and full of wildlife.
I hate cats for the way they destroy all the native stuff.
Cats are brats, only the gentle Siamese ones I like.
Has anyone here experienced taking a photo of a dog and the gleam appears?
If you have a rabbit in QLD you can be slapped with a $44k fine. Good.
What if I have a rabbit for lunch?
They're a pest. They generally are in most areas but Queensland are sick of pests.
From QLD department of Ag:
"The keeping of rabbits as pets is prohibited in Queensland because it is the only state to maintain an area relatively free of rabbits," a Biosecurity Queensland spokeswoman said.
"Rabbits eat pastures and crops, compete with native animals, destroy the landscape, and are a primary cause of soil erosion and preventing regeneration of native vegetation."
Anyone who grew up around farms will know what devastation they can cause. There have been a few calls to relax the ban, but a reversal isn't on the state government's agenda
Good question. When I was a kid a mate and I caught one on his farm and then tried to cook and eat it. It was awful and I've never been tempted to try it again.
Now, if only we could do something about the came toads.
I am in complete agreement with that ban on rabbits
Ok so while I don't like rabbits, I'm sure the white rabbits with red eyes kept in a contained area such as a pen or hutch will do the job.
They're called golf clubs.
Yep. Rabbit has to be cooked a certain way or it's pretty crap. Wild rabbits are basically just sinew, you need to stew them for a long time.
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