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    My brother in law skins and eats these little things when he can catch them. It seems a bit mean as its not as if he is hungry and there can't be more than a mouthful on them anyway.



    I ran over a fair sized snake once when i was coming back from the bar there was a definite bump bump as the wheels went over it. My wife complained that I didn't go back for it so we could have it for dinner.

    A couple of days I found this thing in the garden and brought it in for her, thinking that I had at last found something I might be tempted to try. But apparently it is bad luck to kill them.

    Lord, deliver us from e-mail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs Q
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    You are one sad bastard dreaming about the forum.
    Agreed.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs Q
    Its ever since you saw my massive family home that you are dreaming about shacking up with me and walking around the gardens in the summer evenings hand in hand.
    Thank the buggery you have cleared that one up.
    But can you explain the size.

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    I waged war on the mosquito population of Ayuttaya. It was a bloodbath, but I will not apologise for mosquito genocide.

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    Be careful.. animals can be vengeful fuckers.

    Blazing mouse sets fire to house
    A US man threw a mouse he had found in his home onto a pile of burning leaves - only to see it run away and burn his house down.

    Luciano Mares, 81, of Fort Sumner, New Mexico, found a mouse in his home and wanted to get rid of it.

    "I had some leaves burning outside, so I threw it in the fire, and the mouse was on fire and ran back at the house," he said.

    Though no one was injured, the house and everything in it was destroyed.

    "I've seen numerous house fires, but nothing as unique as this one," Fire Department Captain Jim Lyssy said.

    New Mexico has seen several major blazes after unseasonably dry and windy conditions which have destroyed 10 homes and devastated more than 53,000 acres (21,200 hectares) of land.
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    Surprised this in the back garden....


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    Got me a cat on my way back from Hua Hin a few months ago. Didnt manage to get a picture though as it flew through the air into the next life about 100 feet into a field at the side of the road.

    Boy did i feel bad for a few minutes until i turned up the tunes.

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    sleeping cat

    my neighboor

    Started car and go ahead, makes a little bump...

    Later on...

    Comes back from work and yells,
    "who the hell overrun my cat ??"
    as he sees the poor flat animal at the front of his house.

    He forgot that the cat liked to sleep on the tyres, same story twice.


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    Just killed a cobra. little guy didn;t wanna do it. Was walin' along, head in the clouds ti was about dusk. Damn ear stepped on the little fucker. nice innocuous lookin' thing. thought it mihgt be acobra. wanted to see his hood so I kicked 'im a bit.
    This thai guy was walkn' along and I'm agitatin' this snake so I warned him off. He's freakin out man, tryin' to ull me away yellin' ngoo how! ngoo how!!! Fuck man I knew that. Told tha guy I wanted to see his hood, He's absolutely freakin' pulling by the arm yellin Por leaw por leaw!!! Fuckin' pnasy, I thought thai guys were tough fuckers.
    Anyway the litte fucker heads back out into the street and get's clipped by passin' car's tire. He's all twisted up and and writhin' around. Felt sorry for the little fucker...
    So I hit 'im, real fuckin' hard, with a stick, he stopped. Felt a little bad, Like it was my fault the fucker won't be able bite any of the Soi dogs or burmese workers. Fuck 'im I like the dogs in my neghborhood.
    When the people fear their government, there is tyranny; when the government fears the people, there is liberty -- T. Jefferson


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    Quote Originally Posted by forreachingme
    my neighboor

    Started car and go ahead, makes a little bump...

    Later on...

    Comes back from work and yells,
    "who the hell overrun my cat ??"
    as he sees the poor flat animal at the front of his house.

    He forgot that the cat liked to sleep on the tyres, same story twice.

    Twice???? Poor cat!

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    I have a confession

    I posioned a lot of my jing-joks by accident.

    Last week I sprayed the strongest perimeter insect spray I could around all of my windows, and screens to try and discourage the mozzys from making any moer holes in them.

    When I came back there was about four of the little green fellows doing mad twitchy dancing on the floor. I felt well bad.

    All was ok though the missus came in and fried them up so they didn't go to waste.

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    About everything there has a heart-beat.....

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    A big monitor lizard that would not leave my yard. I got rid of 3 times and finally killed it.

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    ^ Dont feel bad, you gave him plenty of chances.

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    Early this evening I stepped on and killed a snail.

    I still feel bad.

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    ^ it will haunt you forever.....

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    ^
    Meh, sure I'll get over it eventually. The funeral service was nice.

    Though I'm sure you'll be shocked to learn that I actually don't intentionally kill anything Dalton. Nothing. Not even mosquitoes.

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    ^ Are you into S/M ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dalton
    ^ Are you into S/M ???
    Nope. What's it like?

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    Apart from mozzies i have never killed any animals, the closest was a gecko thing i caught but while i was looking at it closely the fvcking things tail fell off in my hands and was wriggling like mad.
    I saw it the night after looking ok only tail-less.

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    wow this is an old thread, anyway chickens, birds (the ones to make bird curry) fish, loads of types, rats, lizards, , lambs, pigs and cows

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    Not many. Cockroaches, ants, mosquitoes, fleas, ticks etc. I've accidentally killed a few jin-joks by trapping them in doors or windows.

    I've been responsible for the death of one snake and the euthanising of quite a few dogs that were suffering & had no hope, but I didn't do the actual killing of any of them, myself.

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