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offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2023-02-21 23:23 [#02625394]
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how can i train the local rabbits to be my personal army


offline recycle from Where is Phobiazero (Lincoln) (United States) on 2023-02-22 00:09 [#02625401]
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offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2023-02-22 15:54 [#02625416]
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even if you eat a lot of peanuts, if you're just one person,
you inevitably wind up with 1/8 of a tub of old stale
peanuts with bits of skin all over them, and at that point
it's time to feed the animals.

that it actually surprised me how much quicker the birds
were to pick up on it. the blue jays in particular,
sometimes they spot me now and begin yelling out that
peanuts are imminent. i wasn't even trying to convey the
concept. the squirrels, however, i make a little mouth
noise, and they're starting to pick up on the idea that this
means peanuts.

they're both too smart to be minions. the rabbits, however,
are hilarious idiots. they're eternally terrified. that,
one's in front of me on the sidewalk, i hit it with the
flashlight, and the little bugger is literally right at my
feet trying to run under a fence, realizing he won't fit,
then another direction, no that's a dead end, and i
literally could have reached out and poked him but i was too
busy cracking up with laughter

yeah, they're perfect. they can be controlled. taught to
swarm little old ladies


offline ijonspeches from 109P/Swift-Tuttle on 2023-02-24 09:43 [#02625464]
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now your little birds have their eyes everywhere? :)
maybe they can take dumps on command too?
id send them shit on just one car in a whole street of cars,


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