Suicide Deer...no, seriously




This stupid thing actually jumped off an overpass into oncoming traffic. Try explaining that to your car insurance company. "A kamikaze deer jumped off a bridge? Right....."

I don't even want to know what's on the roof of that durango. Smeared deer.

4 comments:

Trevor said...

That reminds me of the time my buddy was taking his moms beagle to the humane society (where she just bought it) because she didn't like it. My buddy threw it in the back of the truck and headed down the freeway doing about 80mph. I guess the beagle decided it wasn't going back, cause it looked over the side of the truck and jumped. Thus coining the phrase, "Doing the beagle" which has become quite popular among HE williams employees and carthage area people. Readers digest version, the beagle did spins and flips and when it finally came to a stop ran off into the woods. Who knows where it is now. Maybe the beagle and the durango deer were old drinking buddies??

Trevor said...

That reminds me of the goat story...

Austin said...

Wow, that's a great story. Reminds me of the time that we took that dog we found to the humane society. They didn't believe that it wasn't ours, and wanted a donation to take it. When we refused that, we tried to give us the sob story that they would probably just have to take it out back and put a bullet in its head. We didn't fall for that either. He's probably friend's with the beagle now.

What's the goat story?

"I NEED A RAKE!"

Trevor said...

I'm glad you asked. I personally know all three parties involved and have verified the story will all three. Apparently this guy, Mike, went to borrow a truck from Doug. Mike lived with a guy named Woody as his family. Mike got to Doug's house, got the keys from Doug and started driving home. Mike noticed Doug running out of the house waving. Being the friendly guy he is, Mike waved back. After Mike got back to Woody's house (about a mile or two away) and went inside, the phone rang. It was Doug. "Hey Mike, there wasn't a goat tied to the bumper was there?" When Mike went to look, there was in fact a horrific bag of blood and bones still attached to the back bumper, still breathing. After putting it out of it's misery, and waking up the next morning. Everyone noticed a strange red trail from Doug's house all the way to Woody's. My question is - at what point did the goat just give up and do the beagle? I mean i'm sure he gave it all he had until about 30mph or so - then he was like, 'It's beagle time - i'm out'. Who knows?