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Racoon Caught doing a huge mess in the kitchen

Post by jfko6 » Tue Sep 02, 2008 6:04 pm

Racoon Caught doing a huge mess in the kitchen
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Post by German_EPA » Tue Sep 02, 2008 7:08 pm

if he dont like his "pet" - why does he feed him?
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Post by Bypah » Tue Sep 02, 2008 9:01 pm

Is funny,but at the same time shows a dumbass who has a racoon as a pet!!!!! Is he a moron or what??/....lol :shock: :shock:
And true, If he doesn't like the mess his "pet "made ...Why he feeds it???!!! :roll:
What a moron.....geeshhhhh!

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Post by Stef » Wed Sep 03, 2008 4:30 am

Very funny, thanks :lol:
A Canadian friend of mine told me he had some racoons in his garden. I told him he was lucky as they are really cute and we don't have any in Europe. He said "if they had made the same mess in your garden/trash can/tools shack as they did in mine you wouldn't call them cute anymore" :roll:
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Post by housil » Wed Sep 03, 2008 4:36 am

Stef wrote:Very funny, thanks :lol:
A Canadian friend of mine told me he had some racoons in his garden. I told him he was lucky as they are really cute and we don't have any in Europe. He said "if they had made the same mess in your garden/trash can/tools shack as they did in mine you wouldn't call them cute anymore" :roll:
Stef, WE have them over here!
In early 1930´s, brought from America to Germanys East Prussia for "entertainment-hunting" for the early Nazies.
When I was a metal worker back in 1983-86 in the Portland Cement Factory, we had an own hunter as this racoons were biting into wireing, interrupting signal cords etc. Hugh problem for a Cement Factory if you loosing controll of your producing facilitis :shock:

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Post by Baldy » Wed Sep 03, 2008 11:35 pm

housil wrote: Stef, WE have them over here!
In early 1930´s, brought from America to Germanys East Prussia for "entertainment-hunting" for the early Nazies.
When I was a metal worker back in 1983-86 in the Portland Cement Factory, we had an own hunter as this racoons were biting into wireing, interrupting signal cords etc.
:lol: All I can think of now is that scene in 'The Simpsons' when the German boss yells 'Ach, du Liebe! Raccoons!'

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Post by German_EPA » Thu Sep 04, 2008 6:40 am

which season and episode is it you are talking about?
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housil wrote: Stef, WE have them over here!
In early 1930´s, brought from America to Germanys East Prussia for "entertainment-hunting" for the early Nazies.
When I was a metal worker back in 1983-86 in the Portland Cement Factory, we had an own hunter as this racoons were biting into wireing, interrupting signal cords etc.
:lol: All I can think of now is that scene in 'The Simpsons' when the German boss yells 'Ach, du Liebe! Raccoons!'
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Post by jubifahrer » Thu Sep 04, 2008 7:26 am

German_EPA wrote:if he dont like his "pet" - why does he feed him?
it is very easy to answer this...

he wants to get him fatter and fatter, so he wont come out of this hole and so you can catch him very easy :)

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Post by German_EPA » Thu Sep 04, 2008 9:09 am

:lol: :lol: :lol:
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