Discussion in 'Welcome New Users' started by Darth Gangrenous, Jan 30, 2009.
Anybody feeling huggable right now?
Feeling the love!
for @ThisIsMe1138 -- your vivacity is so wonderful!
for @earlybird-obi-wan who posts upbeat fics &
@AzureAngel2 -- who unfailingly entertains!
back, @WarmNyota_SweetAyesha That's funny, the word "vivacity" is like one my favorite compliments I've gotten Hugs for everyone because it's raining here and I feel like giving them....
(oh my gosh, I got my hugs on a different time than everyone else's! )
Edit: Aww, man. It didn't post like that. It was so cool...
Hugs to everybody and sorry for being slow with everything.
Never apologise for being slow, you're just methodical
Sent from my X Wing via sub space.
Like I needed one more excuse.
How could those things actually grow up to killer kicking-fool adults?
Not all do, I've hugged one........and at a local park you can hand feed them. They only attacked when provoked, or threatened. Mostly they are pretty chill. My daughters house is 3 down from a field where a 'Mob' of them live with a goat. The Goat thinks she's a roo
See the goat!!! Someone needs to tell her she's not a Kangaroo!!
Hugs for everyone before I go to bed.
For anyone who needs them:
Can people go kangaroo boxing or is there something wrong with that? Is it wrong to even mention that? I've seen a video where a man had to get a kangaroo away from his dog. He had to walk up to a ROO and sucker punch that thing to rescue his dog. Seems like the kangaroos might think it's a form of play?
is 3 down from a field where a 'Mob' of them live with a goat. The Goat thinks she's a roo
See the goat!!! Someone needs to tell her she's not a Kangaroo!![/QUOTE]
I also saw that video and he did it to protect is dog as it would have killed the dog for sure. They do it as protection, there might have been a female with a joey nearby and he was doing his daddy protection move on the dog. Males also do it in territorial battles, they are vicious and when they hit each other its a really loud sound. Fact is that guy was so lucky to escape uninjured. Roo fighting is well - Its illegal, its dangerous and its down right stupid. They look soft and stuff, but a male can stand over 6' tall and if he gets on this tail and kicks, chances are you wont even feel it till it's too late! Not only will you be a good 20 feet away from where you were standing but those great ruddy claws are going to tear a hole as they hit your body. Not a soft wild animal you want to mess with. Raised in captivity they are mostly good, and the whole 'Roo fighting' was a stunt back last century and is considered cruel. Those ones in that photos are average sized, and the goat is a big goat.
Last year I was coming home from an archery shoot at night (indoor) down the coast with a friend and we hit a Roo. He was big!! It was a dark country road with no lights and I knew that our other archery friends were travelling behind us so I got our and ran back to stop them from hitting what could have been an injured or dead animal in the road. I got back to where we hit him (It was black dark) and I heard scrapping noises of claws and a growl, started to think - 'this was a stupid move' when he hopped away and the sound of his feet hitting the ground was so loud, a massive THUMP THUMP THUMP........my heart was racing. He could have just as easily in his fear turned on me.
So here's an animal that will growl at you, roar and scratch you up with its claws!! They've also been known to pee on people, but they do hug!!
Mother Goat sent her there to spread awareness of our beautiful cult. Goats shall take over the Earth, duh.
Hugs to anyone and everyone who is having a bad day!
Where did you get the family portratit of myself, @Adalia-Durron @Lady Belligerent and @Darth Gangrenous
I am the grumpy one up front.
Its our family !!! Of course I have a copy!!!! I'm the one trying to strangle you!
Sounds about right.
It's a brother/sister thing........big sisters always try to strangle little brothers............I know from experience.
PS Be grateful, my RL brother was attacked with a size one knitting needle, and I suspect is eternally grateful his father grabbed his older sister before she reached him.
He was calling her horrible names....horrible names under his breath so parents couldn't hear, I'm told she 'saw red' ''
Lucky for her she learned to hug instead of stab and she and her brother are good friends now.
Awww we are so cute!!
Hugs, Force choke, basically the same thing, eh?
Be afraid, be very afraid.
Especially when it comes to Sith Lord Koolas apparently.
Whats a KOOLA?