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User avatar #80 - novabird (09/14/2012) [-]
the only reasonable problem i can see with riding a moose is that horses don't go into rut(mating season) and then try to kill your ass from adrenaline and testosterone overload, unless he's neutered, then you're safe.
#75 - puut (09/14/2012) [-]
#72 - draezeth (09/14/2012) [-]
That is AWESOME.
That is AWESOME.
#65 - robotcomander (09/14/2012) [-]
its nose makes it look like it has a fat black chicks lips
#63 - cooltrainergill (09/14/2012) [-]
LOL, people fighting over which animal is better: a moose, buffalo, or a horse. Golly jee fj, I love you.
User avatar #62 - anonymousattorney (09/14/2012) [-]
I am suddenly 20% prouder to have Canada as a neighboring country and as a friend of the US.
#61 - technosauce **User deleted account** (09/14/2012) [-]
Yeah till it flips **** on you and kicks you with these
#58 - anonymous (09/14/2012) [-]
And not even a good job.

Also, bull moose are big, but not that big.

Also also, From the looks of the weather outside, combined with the size of its rack, that bull would be rutting, which means instead of pulling logs, he'd be skull stomping that lumberjack and ass ******* his corpse.

Also Also Also, Alaska is an AMERICAN state, and has some of the biggest moose in the world.

User avatar #76 to #58 - marcusmayhem (09/14/2012) [-]
Not photoshopped at all, not only that but people have been using moose in Newfoundland Canada like this for ages. The guy in this picture is german i think, not sure on that, but i know he raised that bull moose after it's mother as killed and he decided to make it a work "horse" and he says "It's the best thing i ever thought of, i sold my horses"
#54 - charasmaticjdub (09/14/2012) [-]
It's just standing there...

#53 - metajunky (09/14/2012) [-]
nice try canada but buffalo riding is just as cool
User avatar #83 to #53 - fukkentyranitar (09/14/2012) [-]
We have buffalo too
User avatar #59 to #53 - anonymousattorney (09/14/2012) [-]
Buffalo: the American bastard child of a bull and a moose.
User avatar #64 to #59 - metajunky (09/14/2012) [-]
based on what?
#67 to #64 - robotcomander (09/14/2012) [-]
a bull and a moose, can't you read...

User avatar #66 to #64 - anonymousattorney (09/14/2012) [-]
Well, it has the horns and general shape of a cow, and it's furry, like a moose. Also totally badass, like both a male cow and a moose.
User avatar #68 to #66 - metajunky (09/14/2012) [-]
think that an offspring between those two kinds would be much slower. bison are pretty fast
User avatar #69 to #68 - anonymousattorney (09/14/2012) [-]
Bulls are fairly fast as well. I'm not saying that it was directly the sum of a bull and moose; rather, there may be some kind of common ancestor they both shared.
User avatar #70 to #69 - metajunky (09/14/2012) [-]
well of course. if my knowledge is right they are part of the bovine family. but as for being the result of a bull and moose pairing, like a mule being the result between a donkey and a horse, does not seem right
User avatar #71 to #70 - anonymousattorney (09/14/2012) [-]
...Wait, doesn't a mule come from the breeding of a donkey and horse?
User avatar #91 to #71 - metajunky (09/14/2012) [-]
yea, just saying that i do not think it would be the same
User avatar #95 to #91 - anonymousattorney (09/14/2012) [-]
Well, of course not. The American bison would have been created via evolution over thousands of generations, whilst the mule and the ass are just some sterile mutated freak, like a liger (a giant-ass mix between a tiger and lion that doesn't have the ability to stop growing)
#55 to #53 - anonymous (09/14/2012) [-]
no. it isnt.
User avatar #57 to #55 - metajunky (09/14/2012) [-]
how? buffalo wreck ****
User avatar #52 - tonydalion (09/14/2012) [-]
Why haven't I thought of this before? I live in Northern Maine in a town where the moose out number the people three to one.
#78 to #52 - harleyzone (09/14/2012) [-]
how ironic, in iceland the cars outnumber people three to one.
you thinking what I'm thinking?
#197 to #78 - tonydalion (09/14/2012) [-]
#50 - bawesomfels (09/14/2012) [-]
Horses aren't native to America. Moose are. I am confuzzled.
User avatar #56 to #50 - lolslowbro (09/14/2012) [-]
horses originated in north America
they migrated around the world about 2 to 3 million years ago
but about 11,000 years ago the north American horse went extinct

so you are both right and wrong =D
User avatar #48 - youallfags **User deleted account** (09/14/2012) [-]
A Møøse once bit my sister ...

No realli! She was Karving her initials on the møøse
with the sharpened end of an interspace tøøthbrush given
her by Svenge - her brother-in-law - an Oslo dentist and
star of many Norwegian møvies: "The Høt Hands of an Oslo
Dentist", "Fillings of Passion", "The Huge Mølars of Horst
#47 - fedegon (09/14/2012) [-]
But can it do a slide over a car?
But can it do a slide over a car?
#79 to #47 - esmebuffay (09/14/2012) [-]
He can try...
#46 - normancollins (09/14/2012) [-]
Rather have the budweiser Clydesdales anyway.
User avatar #43 - demandsgayversion (09/14/2012) [-]
Better for the environment, not much more expensive to ride regularly than driving a car, more badass, slight excersize, outdoor fun, and a rack for cargo or a child!

8/10, would ride.
#42 - erikwarmblood (09/14/2012) [-]
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User avatar #39 - canadianbeer (09/14/2012) [-]
#38 - anonymous (09/14/2012) [-]
That's a small one BTW.

Just youtube : biggest moose.
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