Friday, February 11, 2011

Hilariously Painful Animal Attacks Of The Day

I love a good animal attack, don't you? Pics from The Courteous Chihuahua.






In your face!



I said NO PICTURES, goddammit!






If you mess with the bull...


3...2...1...


The fuck you lookin' at?




SHIIIIIIIIIIIIT!


ZOINKS!








CHOMP!


FUCK OFF!!!


DUHHH DUM... DUHHH DUM...

13 comments:

  1. So the three-legged leopard feasts on crunchy old dudes. Makes sense, a four-legged variety could catch the young, tender variety.

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  2. Very few people realize that polar bears, when their territory is threatened, lightly pick up their prey by the scruff of their necks.

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  3. "ZOINKS!" HA HA!

    I like how the camera is flying through the air in the kangaroo one. :D

    I wonder if the guy being chased by the hippo got away. Those things are scary!

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  4. Yet more reasons not to trust birds!

    Why would anyone think elephants would want to play polo in the first place?

    The monkey and lion ones remind me of a really bad family vacation to Lion Country Safari in 1976. *Shudder*

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  5. The pigeon poop pic brings back a bad Mexico City Zoo memory for me.

    I love how the two monkeys distracts the man while the other one gets the big stick.

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  6. Seriously agree on the polo comment! First off, it'd hve to be a REALLY BIG pool. Secondly, how you gonna teach a pachyderm to trumpet "Marco!"

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  7. Frank:

    You went to Chapultepec? Hope you didn't eat the cheap sandwiches...

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  8. Chrocs, now you tell me!

    I have relatives in Mexico City, so we went there about every other year when I was a kid. I got sick once, after eating at a taco stand in the Zona Rosa. It was tonsilitis. Heh.

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  9. Hahaha

    Even I wasn't allowed to eat street food in Mexico City and I was immunized at birth. If you survived eating tacos, you don't need to worry about infectious diseases anymore.

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  10. The pigeon assault brings me back to San Juan Capistrano in 1975 or so.

    Filthy beasts.

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  11. Ewww, I hate pigeons. Rats with wings.

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  12. I just took a job where I will be spending a lot of time outdoors and in the woods. (crazy I know!) And I have been given instruction about how to avoid mating geese and what to do when they attack, and how to avoid being attacked by feral pigs. Yeah... I asked what kind of disability insurance and workers comp they had.

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  13. Good grief, FERAL PIGS? Feral cats, I've heard of, but PIGS? How do you know they're feral and not just lost? Absolutely you should check their insurance -- I hope they pay well! As for the mating geese, well, no one likes to be interrupted when they're, you know, BUSY. :)

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