(untitled). . Se, there I was " . . just relaxing in frend of the TM’. and then the kids yelled, Hey Mom, come see the kittens.‘. Take one. Get stink-glands removed. Keep it as a pet. Scare the out of house guests. ??? Profit!
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#6 - carbohydrates (04/20/2014) [+] (99 replies)
Take one.   
Get stink-glands removed.   
Keep it as a pet.   
Scare the 			****		 out of house guests.   
Take one.
Get stink-glands removed.
Keep it as a pet.
Scare the **** out of house guests.
#5 - windsong (04/20/2014) [-]
Aww! I've always found skunks to be so cute! And just look at those babies! D'aww
Aww! I've always found skunks to be so cute! And just look at those babies! D'aww
#117 - Ashtaroth (04/20/2014) [+] (5 replies)
Found this little dude in an aloe plant at work. His momma had been splatted by a car. He wasn't doing so hot. Trying to burrow into this spiny plant, covered in dirt and whatnot. It was so sad to see that I disregarded the possibility of having to bathe in tomato sauce and took him in. Called him "Sniff" and kept him around for a couple weeks while he got his strength and size up a bit. They're so soft it's hard to believe and really not as jittery as you'd think. He didn't mind being held at all. Sometimes he'd flick his tail up at a noise, but as soon as he noticed you he'd be all calm and collected again. Finally released him into a nearby thicket of scrubs and trees (after determining there were no rattlesnakes hiding out in it). Two years later and he still wanders in to say hi occasionally. Still doesn't care if we pick him up or pet him. Somebody above said they make very loyal pets and I don't doubt it one bit after Sniff came into my life.
#13 - severepwner (04/20/2014) [+] (22 replies)
Dad's fw just watching
Dad's fw just watching
User avatar #3 - gelind (04/20/2014) [-]
In my parents backyard there was a litter of skunks once prolly 8+. They moved as a clump and kinda rolled around, super sketchy like. Skunks are weird
User avatar #4 - asumfuck (04/20/2014) [+] (3 replies)
Skunks can't even spray until their sexual maturity (averaging 9-10 months) i would cuddle the **** out of some baby skunks,
#93 - ttubkcid (04/20/2014) [+] (5 replies)
I've seen this content lots of times, but I've never seen someone point out that if a kid can't tell the difference between this and a kitten they're either blind or retarded
User avatar #109 to #93 - headlesspoodle (04/20/2014) [-]
or kids
#32 - lolollo (04/20/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Half of the reason skunks spray is for protection.

It's the same reason why bees sting, and any other animal bites.

Yet everyone's reaction is to start yelling and flailing around like a potential predator.

And I'm just standing there, probably in direct contact with whatever animal they're freaking out about, perfectly fine until they show up.
#28 - Dember ONLINE (04/20/2014) [-]
#39 - mutzaki (04/20/2014) [+] (3 replies)
They're so dang cute.
They're so dang cute.
User avatar #62 - becauseoprahsaidso (04/20/2014) [+] (11 replies)
I don't wanna sound like I'm trying to be a unique little snow flake or anything, but I actually enjoy the smell of skunk. I don't think it's as bad as people make it out to be. toothpaste and orange juice is also delicious
#80 to #62 - guanyu (04/20/2014) [-]
>toothpaste and orange juice is delicious
>toothpaste and orange juice is delicious
#24 - humpingslump (04/20/2014) [-]
It's a black and white cat
#7 - fistfireace (04/20/2014) [-]
I guess Pepé Le Pew had found the skunk of his dreams and made some babies. ;)
#16 - turkaysercan (04/20/2014) [+] (2 replies)
**turkaysercan rolled image** related
**turkaysercan rolled image** related
User avatar #119 - ishallsmiteyou (04/20/2014) [-]
skunks are cute as **** . Make great pets for keeping thieves away, too. I don't mean the stench, I mean the claws and those ******* razor teeth.
#49 - meegal (04/20/2014) [-]
I actually have a pretty funny story similar to this...

>Dad grew up in Brooklyn, New York
>Never really left the 5 burrows so not many animals
>Mom and him move to a suburb near New York
>I don't know why but we had one of those metal squirrel catching cages that you usually keep inside but we had ours outside
>Pic related, the metal cage
>He caught something one night
>Brings it inside
>"Honey what the hell is this?" or something like that
>I was young so don't even remember this happening but mom told me about it many times
>There's a ******* skunk in the cage
>Dad has never seen one before because he's from the city
>She freaks out and tells him to GTFO of the house
#153 - yhamz (04/20/2014) [-]
User avatar #56 - HailtotheKing ONLINE (04/20/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Skunks can actually make pretty good pets and you don't even need to take the stink glands out. They are like a great mix of cats and dogs, very snuggly and warm but at the same time they explore your house and try to get into every nook and cranny. They use their stink like a snake uses their venom, very sparingly and only in a life or death situation. Keep them away from a moderate level of danger and they make great house pets.
#156 - apulsause (04/20/2014) [-]
Agitate them and then catapult them into your neighbor's yard one at a time during a party and see what happens.
User avatar #44 - mymommasallama (04/20/2014) [-]
some people actually keep skunks as pets. they just get the stink gland taken out.

i had the bad luck to hit a skunk with my car more than once i hit one then weeks later when the smell was finally gone i somehow managed to take out at least 2 maybe 3 in one swoop ...if it seems like it is inevitable to hit one just keep going. do not swerve, do not slam on the brakes. you have a much better chance of blind-siding it and it not getting a chance to spray. this may sound brutal but anyone that has had their car sprayed knows how long that stink sticks around. the sad feeling of killing a small furry animal goes away after a few days. the smell does not.
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