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#17 - Picture 12/03/2013 on Part of the gang +6
#83 - Tears in my eyes..... 12/03/2013 on If you have a dog, give 'em... 0
#3 - Picture 12/02/2013 on Sweet Tea, I'm Home. Honey? 0
#9 - Watch Father Ted.....just watch it.... 11/29/2013 on Majority of the sitcoms... 0
#45 - Because he said it didn't apply but it actually did.... 11/29/2013 on As you wish, Mallard... 0
#6 - Lemon drizzle cake, lemon drizzle cake, have ye any jizz?  [+] (2 new replies) 11/29/2013 on Lemon sauce +29
User avatar #34 - hairysmellyanus (11/30/2013) [-]
lemon jizzle man.
User avatar #33 - blackscrubs (11/30/2013) [-]
Motherfuckin little britain
#2 - Any I.D on the Plane?  [+] (2 new replies) 11/29/2013 on I'd visit that museum all day +1
#7 - crazyitalian (11/30/2013) [-]
looked aroung a bit, looks like an Antonov An-2, it's a Russian transport plane built in the late 40's
#12 - manninex (11/30/2013) [-]
You would be correct. I believe it is (or at least was) the largest biplane every put into mass production. It is also the most produced biplane. From what I have seen, you can pick them up for >$50,000
#26 - That's a Goose  [+] (1 new reply) 11/29/2013 on Role playing +3
#27 - motherduck (11/29/2013) [-]
Your mother
#13 - Ironically enough the Duck has a Corkscrew Penis.....  [+] (3 new replies) 11/29/2013 on As you wish, Mallard... +47
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User avatar #45 - sirhyden (11/29/2013) [-]
Because he said it didn't apply but it actually did....
#245 - He did win it one year didn't he? 37 I think.... 11/29/2013 on What Is This Shit? 0
#28 - Yep, a couple were friends with my father for a time, I couldn… 11/29/2013 on Knock Knock +2
#14 - It's a common misconception that his name was Merlin, it was a… 11/28/2013 on lancelot knows whats up 0
#52 - I wish they'd kill off Lisa, she is single handedly destroying…  [+] (1 new reply) 11/28/2013 on Brian Griffin +1
User avatar #58 - rainfire (11/29/2013) [-]
I feel the same way. Or they could make her like she used to be, because now they've changed her personality. Just like Brian. He used to be the voice of reason, then gradually changed into a liberal douche, then became a funny part of the show and he became my favorite again. I'd say season 10 was when I started liking him again.
#51 - Picture  [+] (1 new reply) 11/28/2013 on Boner-bras +8
#53 - ffinfinity (11/28/2013) [-]
#48 - Yes, hunting for Survival is fine, it's the natural order, hun…  [+] (5 new replies) 11/26/2013 on T 0
User avatar #53 - laxxy (11/26/2013) [-]
i've never even said anything about trophy hunting, assuming you think this lady only want the skin and head of this beautifull animal. lions are just as fine to eat as your mc donalds burger, and the animals that is made from probably had a worse life and death than this lion who was killed in its natural habitat.
User avatar #204 - beautifull (11/28/2013) [-]
Beautiful*
User avatar #205 - laxxy (11/29/2013) [-]
haha i have a feeling this is why you have that name
User avatar #207 - beautifull (12/04/2013) [-]
Yup
User avatar #50 - laxxy (11/26/2013) [-]
when did i say that ?? after you kill an animal you dont throw anything away, you sell the meat (or keep it) and you sell the pelt (or keep it for the ''wall'') what is the point of throwing away the skin when its allready dead. and what would happen if we didnt hunt?? animals would be everywhere eating and shitting all over your lawn, destroying crops so you dont get your bread.
and yeah hunting is fun, as long as you make a clean shot and kill the animals instantly.
#26 - I did, I just think it's ******** really...I woul…  [+] (1 new reply) 11/26/2013 on T 0
#27 - teranin (11/26/2013) [-]
I suppose that's your perogative, but preservation is key to proper sport hunting so this woman (or her associates) likely also pay into programs that preserve endangered species. I'd probably take a similar position to yours if we were discussing the white rhino, which was hunted to extinction, but that was not due to sport but rather due to superstition and profit for the unethical.
#23 - It wouldn't be a threat to her if she wasn't there hunting the…  [+] (3 new replies) 11/26/2013 on T -2
#24 - teranin (11/26/2013) [-]
You... didn't really read my reply, I take it. You read like, the first sentence, and that's all you could think about the whole time that you glanced over the rest of the text, and then tried to bust out a contesting remark based solely on that first sentence. I don't even really need to respond to your statement, because I covered it in my previous one.
User avatar #26 - sirhyden (11/26/2013) [-]
I did, I just think it's bullshit really...I would find pride in these creatures defense really. Then again we are two different people.
#27 - teranin (11/26/2013) [-]
I suppose that's your perogative, but preservation is key to proper sport hunting so this woman (or her associates) likely also pay into programs that preserve endangered species. I'd probably take a similar position to yours if we were discussing the white rhino, which was hunted to extinction, but that was not due to sport but rather due to superstition and profit for the unethical.
#15 - Why though? Why kill a creature that is no threat and that you…  [+] (34 new replies) 11/26/2013 on T 0
#19 - teranin (11/26/2013) [-]
Now you're not respecting lions. No threat? Bullshit. Can't eat? Bullshit. Granted, in her arrogance she likely won't eat the lion, but their meat is fully edible if it is separated from main nerve centers. Lions kill each other to assert dominance, they kill and eat cubs if they even THINK those cubs might not be theirs, and rest assured they don't do that shit because they're hungry. Humans are much the same way, we see an animal that is incredibly dangerous, that stands above all the other animals in an ecosystem, and in a visceral way we demand their pride be humbled so we can revel in our own hubris.

Is what she did benevolent? No. Did she kill an animal that could have torn her to shreds and would have given half a chance? Yes. But she could only kill it because humans have transcended all aspects of the food change, and stand at the pinnacle of evolution. I see things like this as a sort of celebration of biological success.

I actually think it's far more cruel to treat animals like shit in tiny cages, feed them food they can't digest properly and then eat them once their bodies are completely unable to function normally. They die, in torture and in pain so that humans can enjoy a steak dinner. That cruelty only matters so much to me, but objectvely it is far more evil than what the lady in the content did.
User avatar #67 - baaltomekk (11/26/2013) [-]
Sorry, but the only thing I can see in this picture is a woman who killed an animal of an endangered species for personal amusement. And that's just sick.
User avatar #68 - teranin (11/26/2013) [-]
Common misconception. The african lion is not on the endangered species list.
User avatar #70 - baaltomekk (11/26/2013) [-]
According to IUCN, there are about 20000 lions left worldwide. They call this "vulnerable", not yet endangered, but you get the idea.
#71 - teranin (11/26/2013) [-]
I'll admit, I'd much rather it had been a different, more currently prosperous predator too. That's the trouble with lions, everyone wants to kill the king of the jungle but nobody wants to go curb the overabundant python population in florida that is currently fucking that ecosystem up almost as badley as the damn swarm of Macaques are. The state gov't in florida has actually put out a bounty on pythons but there weren't many takers, apparently it's not as exciting to hunt only moderately dangerous prey that is actually causing harm.
#182 - anonymous (11/27/2013) [-]
florida has not set up python hunts,and can be in trouble with fish and wildlife if you hunt them
User avatar #72 - baaltomekk (11/26/2013) [-]
Yeah also it isn't as easy to kill a snake on great distance. They don't make for a good target.
#29 - Willmooo (11/26/2013) [-]
Please, if this was about some apex predator bullshit about challenging the lions pride as king then you could just man up and hunt the lion on at least somewhat equal terms, like the Masai do as a test of manhood, tell me, whats honorable about shooting dead an animal from 50ft away? That's not hunting, that's cowardice.
Dont you dare phrase this as nature, just the dominant species taking out a weaker one. It's just to say "I've killed a lion" well fucking bully for you.
If we know we're at the pinnacle of evolution, and it's quite obviously so, then why do we have to prove it? We're way beyond survival of the fittest now, there's no need whatsoever to act like barbarians.
I can understand if a lion is frequently attacking humans, which has happened many times in history, then it's a public service, to keep people safe. Other than that you can kindly jump off a tall building, because civilized society doesn't need your sick blood lust

As for your last point, there's a difference between domesticating animals for eventual consumption, of which there are millions, and going out and fucking with the food chain (which you're evidently so fond of) just for the sake of garnering some perverse pleasure.
#30 - teranin (11/26/2013) [-]
You are so separated from nature that you don't even understand that all the shit humans do, from our societies and cities to the things we invent, are natural. We are a part of the natural world, not separate from it, and the only reason you think like that is because we are just so fucking good at standing on top.

Tell me, when you were typing out your arrogant and douchey response, did it ever occur to you that there are more than just lions in the savannah? Have you ever hunted, looked down your sights at say, a brown bear, and truly had that moment of clarity when you realize that if you fuck up and miss, you are very likely about to die, because bears are fast, faster than you could believe. No, of course you haven't, because you don't even understand the thing you wish to stand above, and have never known even the slightest fear thanks to the efforts of your species.

Now go back to eating your doritos and looking at silly pictures, and next time think a little bit before being a presumptuous little shit.
#32 - Willmooo (11/26/2013) [-]
Yeah, I am separated from nature, ya know why? It's fucking 2013, we have machines that can see inside people's brains and transmit information at the speed of light, that's progress you dumb redneck shit. If I ever wanna get back to nature, I take a walk in the forest, or go scuba diving, or live in a tent for a week, I don't tool up and start shooting animals just because.
I'll repeat myself, you really wanna phrase this as being a masculine hero, and living like our ancestors, then leave the gun at home, make a spear from a stick and a sharp rock and see how you fare. You're not standing on top of shit, you're using a weapon invented by someone twice as smart as you to kill an animal that probably doesn't even know you're there, you're a real fucking god of nature.
I truly wish one day soon you fuck up and miss, and that bear rips you limb from limb, then you'll see where you stand in the grand scheme of things.
User avatar #47 - laxxy (11/26/2013) [-]
then leave the meat at the store and shut up. (taking it your not a vegetarian)
#54 - Willmooo (11/26/2013) [-]
Nah, fuck vegetarianism, meat is delicious, but to reiterate there's a difference between domesticated animals being reared and killed so I can have a delicious steak dinner and straight up shooting a lion in the face simply for the ability to say you have
User avatar #55 - laxxy (11/26/2013) [-]
uhm i dont even...
this lion probably had a better life before it was killed than your ''steak'' had..
and why not have a lion steak??
is the lion meat poisoned or something since you are assuming you cant eat it??
(srry for my bad english)
#56 - Willmooo (11/26/2013) [-]
The meat I buy from the shop is already pretty dead, it sucks that it happened sure, but if I don't buy it, someone else will, and if no one buys it, it goes rancid and is thrown away, I had no hand in that animals death.
Sure, it makes me a piss poor hunter, but last I checked hunter/gatherer hasn't been a job title for the last 2000 years.
I don't imagine lion meat tastes so great, due to the make up of it's muscles, tough fibres and the like, though I'll admit one day I may try it and it'll be a taste sensation, at that point I'll make a public apology and go and a shooting rampage in the serengeti, providing the fad doesn't catch on and lions are hunted to extinction
User avatar #203 - laxxy (11/27/2013) [-]
killing a cow at a factory and killing a lion in the wild is the same, still a life who gets taken away, but if everyone should stop eating meat we wouldnt exist for very long,
due to lack of protein and so, and due to over populating animals. and by the way have you ever tasted bear?? it's delicious and pretty much muscels there aswell
#38 - teranin (11/26/2013) [-]
Ok, your second load of shit proves you aren't even reading what I say, and are far too busy being offended and simultaneously horribly arrogant. The only one mentioning culture is you. The only one mentioning masculinity is you. The only one elevating themselves to godhood is you. Further, you managed to end that diatribe by shitting all over your own original point.

Breathe, Willmooo, and come back to read my statements when you aren't too busy driving your keyboard angry. I'm a biologist, not an archaeologist, not an anthropologist. My opinions come from that perspective, and maybe if you weren't so busy feeling offended for a non-endangered predator species that could (and would) tear you apart like you are nothing given half an opportunity you would realize that I already said what she did wasn't RIGHT. I merely explained that it did indeed happen, and does not need to be marginalized on whether or not it did happen based on the tools used, as doing so is not about ethics but is a sort of kafkashaming of your own species' tremendous success.

I covered eithics long before you got this bug up your ass, so open up another bag of doritos, drink another mountain dew, and go play some call of duty before bed.

#52 - Willmooo (11/26/2013) [-]
In fact, now that I think about it, where the hell do you get off calling me arrogant when you personally shoot and kill animals that weren't fortunate enough to be born as the dominant species on the planet? Laughable.
#49 - Willmooo (11/26/2013) [-]
Well, I'm pretty sure I'm reading your points, but then what do I know, eh? The fact that you feel the need to be condescending to me smacks to me of defensiveness.
I think you should probably have a quick re-read of what I said, I'm not sure where you're getting my godliness from; I mean I understand, I'm pretty charismatic, intelligent and handsome but the point I'm trying to make, that I presume you're intentionally ignoring because you have no appropriate answer for is as follows (hoo, third times the charm)

What part of using a gun to kill and animal that is unaware of your presence instills a sense of pride in you, and don't give that rubbish again about moments of clarity and the fact that if you make a mistake you die, because it's just twaddle, you put yourself in that situation so you're able to kill an animal and brag to your dumb hunting buddies about how you're an apex predator while you chug beer.
You've consistently framed your argument in, as you say, a biological stand point, fight or flight yada yada yada, but you just don't seem to realize that, with guns we subvert biology, and tip the playing field in our favour, it's unethical to bring up biology and nature, when we carry sticks that fire searing hot metal at hundreds of kilometres a second, that's killing for sport and it's wholly and unequivocally wrong.

I presume you're an amateur biologist, otherwise you'd know that barring rare circumstances, lions don't tend to hunt people, please stop saying that it's kill or be killed, that lion would be perfectly happy hunting a gazelle or a zebra, before self aggrandizing hunters come in and stick a gun in their face.
Also, unless that was a typo what in the world does Kafka have to do with anything? Did you bring that up to seem smarter or something? Guns are an incredible invention, don't get me wrong, but people hunted before they were invented. We became the apex predator before they were invented.
#58 - teranin (11/26/2013) [-]
I never asserted that lions hunt humans (although it has been known to happen). I suggested that if a lion saw you enter it's territory like that, and caught your sent, or heard where your shot came from when you missed, it WILL kill you. It won't actively hunt you down and prey on you most likely, and I never suggested it would.

Kafkashaming is trying to spread guilt for the actions of others onto a person that shares a characteristic with the people who performed said action but never actually engaged in the action itself. Presenting the death of that lion as not actually being a kill, and instead framing it as an entirely shameful act of cowardace, implies that any person who has ever used a fishing rod should share in that guilt. Anyone who has ever used technology to benefit themselves while encountering part of the natural world is a coward in that estimation, and that kind of judgemental bullshit is what begins witchhunts and their ilk. Of course, when I mentioned that I was more referencing the content than your actual statement.

Also, I get off calling you arrogant because your first reply to me, when you intiated this conversation, you said the following.

>Please, if this was about some apex predator bullshit about challenging the lions pride as king then you could just man up and hunt the lion on at least somewhat equal terms, like the Masai do as a test of manhood, tell me, whats honorable about shooting dead an animal from 50ft away? That's not hunting, that's cowardice.
Dont you dare phrase this as nature, just the dominant species taking out a weaker one. It's just to say "I've killed a lion" well fucking bully for you.
(...)civilized society doesn't need your sick blood lust

You asserted I was a braggart, coward, told me to "not dare" as though you had dominion over my actions, and then told me to kill myself to benefit society.

So, kindly go fuck yourself.

#61 - Willmooo (11/26/2013) [-]
Damn, my conclusion got fucked up, I wanted to wash my hands of this argument, maybe shower and get on with my life, I'll just have to leave you with the advice to not use the word kafkashaming, nothing of your explanation has remotely anything kafkaesque about it, it's just...confusing.
Also, leave Carl Sagan out of this
User avatar #57 - teranin (11/26/2013) [-]
"Well, I'm pretty sure I'm reading your points, but then what do I know, eh? The fact that you feel the need to be condescending to me smacks to me of defensiveness."

>Yeah, I am separated from nature, ya know why? It's fucking 2013, we have machines that can see inside people's brains and transmit information at the speed of light, that's progress you dumb redneck shit.

>You're not standing on top of shit, you're using a weapon invented by someone twice as smart as you to kill an animal that probably doesn't even know you're there, you're a real fucking god of nature.
I truly wish one day soon you fuck up and miss, and that bear rips you limb from limb, then you'll see where you stand in the grand scheme of things.

Which one of us was being condescending?

Also, my statement relevant to elevating people to godhood was a reference to your assertion that I was in some way implying I am a "god of nature", a particularly cunty way of putting yourself above my observations.

You also are making some assertions (Hunting for bragging rights with buddies while we chug beer, animal doesn't know you are there and as such fear is irrelevant) that are based on false premises, and I could tell you that from experience they are false all day but you're so certain of these things you've never seen and done in person being as you say that any contestation you have labeled "twaddle".

Guns are not a subversion of biology, they are a creation of it. The human mind and dextrous hands are both amazing achievements of evolution, without which humans would be little more than bipedal land-apes picking berries and defending themselves with rocks. We have been very successful with these two natural tools, and have used them over a long period of time to become better at killing, and construct tools and objects to dominate our surroundings. The only reason you could realistically ever even see a woman kill a lion is thanks to the advancements made from thousands of years. 1/2
#60 - Willmooo (11/26/2013) [-]
I wasn't being condescending, I was being insulting, there's a difference. I was giving you points in my argument, whilst seamlessly weaving in jibes at your sadistic hobby.
You were telling me that I'm angry and need to go to bed and insisting that I I have no weight in this discussion because I wasn't reading what you had to say.

Guns are a creation of physics, biology got us to where we are through the admittedly noble act of facing a predator on even terms, at which point we decided that, fuck that we're number 1, lets extinct some animals.
I don't get your path of logic that states that without guns we'd be bashing each others heads in with rocks, that's very black and white, we had a few breakthroughs before we perfected that whole murder thing. Where were guns when we created agriculture that allowed us to flourish as a society, or when we developed medicine to allow us to live longer?
Guns are tools for people to hide behind and feel self important about their ability to take down big game.

1 / Who even gives a fuck because it's clear neither of us are going to give up being stubborn and give the other any ground whatsoever.
User avatar #69 - teranin (11/26/2013) [-]
To be fair, I did come right back at you with the condescension. A lot.
#66 - teranin (11/26/2013) [-]
lastly, insults can also be (and often are) condescending, it's the manner in which they are presented that is key. When you say things like "you dumb redneck shit" you are being scornful of that person. When you say something like "You're not standing on top of shit, you're using a weapon invented by someone twice as smart as you to kill an animal that probably doesn't even know you're there, you're a real fucking god of nature" You are ripping into them in a patronizing way, following a train of logic you constructed surrounding their motivations to present them as having characteristics you find unfavorable and do not apply to yourself.

That is condescension, and an insult.
User avatar #65 - teranin (11/26/2013) [-]
so you see, going alone after a lion with even medieval weaponry is not courage, it's suicide, and suicide is the coward's way out.
#80 - Willmooo (11/27/2013) [-]
Fine, you get one last reply, since my last comment had 4 notifications, and that's pretty tedious, plus I'm a sucker for internet vitriol.

Fair, chemistry comes into it, how else is the explosion made but the velocity a bullet is capable of comes through physics, energy transference in an enclosed spaced, don't belittle physics' job.
Either way it's not biology, it's a biological organism taking advantage of the physical and chemical world around it.

Fair play, I admit I've been pretty condescending, but it's hard not to be when I'm confronted by somebody who hunts for sport, because that in my opinion is something that needs to be stamped out before we can be truly be civilised.

I'm not suggesting that we all start hunting lions with spears, because a lion will fuck your shit right up, obviously. I AM saying however that it is unfair and unjust to call ourselves apex predators in the context of using a rifle to hunt an animal, to me, that just seems like cheating.
The way I see it is that it's like having a duel with someone and using your advanced time travel capabilities to go back in time and kill them as a baby.

Maybe it's my British sensibilities, having a gun isn't a normal thing here (I presume you're American since you talk about hunting brown bears.) I just think we're at the stage in society now where we don't need to kill animals, it's not a matter of survival anymore. (Talking about in the 1st world here, naturally.) I believe hunting for sport just ties us back to our uncivilised ancestors, those guys that thought slavery was pretty rad.

If you haven't already, you should look into the extensive damage big game hunting did to the Serengeti, both directly and indirectly.
User avatar #64 - teranin (11/26/2013) [-]
First of all, guns are the product of chemistry, physics is the reason bullets can damage things but make no mistake, chemistry is the science used to make guns.
Secondly, who suggested we'd all be bashing each other's heads in with rocks? They are the current most effective hand-held method for dealing death to a single target without undue damage to it's reticent parts. Your suggestion of going after a lion with a spear AND your suggestion that humans had a habit of facing predators on even terms are both inaccurate, I'll explain why in the next paragraph.

A lion is a massive, tuned engine of death. One lion, working alone, could kill a whole group of humans that were unarmed without taking any meaningful damage. Breaking their bones is extremely unlikely due to their skeletal fluidity, they have powerful claws and fanged jaws capable of ripping humans apart, while humans are about 1/2 to 1/3 their total mass with no natural claws and jaws with a relatively insignificant bite pressure. When humans had to take down a lion in prehistoric times they would perform that hunt in fairly large groups, using stones and sticks to try to initiate that kill by landing an injury on the lion from a distance. Injured, and facing a large number of shouting pink apes, the lion's instinct will be to run, but that is the trap. The humans want the lion to run, because it makes use of every advantage we evolved. We can walk/run non-stop for days , the only other animals capable of this are ones we bred intentionally to heighten those characteristics (horses, dogs). We have vision that can see a wide spectrum of color, more than most predators, which allows us to track if it gets a lead on us. We have extremely advanced vocalization ability, and can communicate elaborate messages to each other at a distance and maintain our grouping. We can continue to throw things and hit the lion thanks to our vision and dextrous hands. We do this, and the lion tires, lays down, and dies
User avatar #23 - sirhyden (11/26/2013) [-]
It wouldn't be a threat to her if she wasn't there hunting the lions. Plus, if she was starving to death which the stupid slut clearly isn't there would be better animals about to hunt for food. Lions are not noted for there high yield of meat.....
#24 - teranin (11/26/2013) [-]
You... didn't really read my reply, I take it. You read like, the first sentence, and that's all you could think about the whole time that you glanced over the rest of the text, and then tried to bust out a contesting remark based solely on that first sentence. I don't even really need to respond to your statement, because I covered it in my previous one.
User avatar #26 - sirhyden (11/26/2013) [-]
I did, I just think it's bullshit really...I would find pride in these creatures defense really. Then again we are two different people.
#27 - teranin (11/26/2013) [-]
I suppose that's your perogative, but preservation is key to proper sport hunting so this woman (or her associates) likely also pay into programs that preserve endangered species. I'd probably take a similar position to yours if we were discussing the white rhino, which was hunted to extinction, but that was not due to sport but rather due to superstition and profit for the unethical.
User avatar #20 - teranin (11/26/2013) [-]
food chain* dafuq is wrong with me today.
User avatar #18 - oxYKellark (11/26/2013) [-]
Why the fuck would you not be able to eat it?
Its not like its made of fucking tree bark you sod. Also its mainly for sport, and in Africa unlike the U.S. or almost anywhere else except Detroit lions are actually a nuisance to some people and their lives now I'm not saying that they all are or that this one was running around a village at night killing sheep, cows or chickens but it could have been and there sure as shit have been cases of that exact behavior that were only resolved for the poor villagers when the lions life ended.
#14 - If that utter **** was true we would be soon the …  [+] (9 new replies) 11/26/2013 on T -4
User avatar #45 - laxxy (11/26/2013) [-]
and one more thing do you live in a town or on the land??
User avatar #43 - laxxy (11/26/2013) [-]
do you think we would be alive if our ancestors didnt eat meat??
hunting has been around from the begining of time, by humans and animals it's a natural thing to do,
User avatar #48 - sirhyden (11/26/2013) [-]
Yes, hunting for Survival is fine, it's the natural order, hunting to have a head put in a wall is a different matter entirely. You ignorant fuckwit.
User avatar #53 - laxxy (11/26/2013) [-]
i've never even said anything about trophy hunting, assuming you think this lady only want the skin and head of this beautifull animal. lions are just as fine to eat as your mc donalds burger, and the animals that is made from probably had a worse life and death than this lion who was killed in its natural habitat.
User avatar #204 - beautifull (11/28/2013) [-]
Beautiful*
User avatar #205 - laxxy (11/29/2013) [-]
haha i have a feeling this is why you have that name
User avatar #207 - beautifull (12/04/2013) [-]
Yup
User avatar #50 - laxxy (11/26/2013) [-]
when did i say that ?? after you kill an animal you dont throw anything away, you sell the meat (or keep it) and you sell the pelt (or keep it for the ''wall'') what is the point of throwing away the skin when its allready dead. and what would happen if we didnt hunt?? animals would be everywhere eating and shitting all over your lawn, destroying crops so you dont get your bread.
and yeah hunting is fun, as long as you make a clean shot and kill the animals instantly.
User avatar #39 - laxxy (11/26/2013) [-]
animals breed to moron.
as long as we dont make them extinct its ok, are you a vegetarian?
lets say your not, is there any diffrense by killing a lion than a deer or a cow??
go eat your salad and shut up!
#10 - Picture 11/26/2013 on Twilight +1
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