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xoxoxoBruce 10-15-2008 11:22 PM

October 16, 2008: Bird & Bunny
 
The proper way to eat a rabbit.

First check it over carefully for concealed weapons, then wash it thoroughly.

http://cellar.org/2008/HeronEatsRabbit1.jpg

When it's safe and clean, down the hatch.

http://cellar.org/2008/HeronEatsRabbit2.jpg

It works for white bunnies too. ;)

Aliantha 10-15-2008 11:27 PM

Probably the first furry fish that bird's ever eaten.

zippyt 10-15-2008 11:48 PM

now if a turkey would just eat that herren
You could have Turk-Hair-Ren !!!


Now the question is , Fryed or Roasted ???

ZenGum 10-15-2008 11:50 PM

Where was Mama Squirrel when Bunny needed her???

bluecuracao 10-16-2008 01:08 AM

Um, I think that bird drowned the bunny before he et it. Makes sense--he'd go down a lot easier that way.

ZenGum 10-16-2008 01:10 AM

Blue, the correct term is "aqua-marinaded".

bluecuracao 10-16-2008 01:21 AM

Zen, it's obvious that you watch far too much Food Channel.

SPUCK 10-16-2008 04:47 AM

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Antimatter 10-16-2008 06:16 AM

A true time-saver - self-stuffing bird!

Now, if only it could be taught to skin the rabbit and remove bones and intestines first this would really be a hit.

sweetwater 10-16-2008 06:52 AM

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Originally Posted by Aliantha (Post 494138)
Probably the first furry fish that bird's ever eaten.

Probably thought it was eating a fur-bearing trout. I saw one such fish mounted and hanging on the wall of a Canadian bar (before I had anything to drink, mind). :right:

gmr2048 10-16-2008 07:55 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bluecuracao (Post 494150)
Um, I think that bird drowned the bunny before he et it. Makes sense--he'd go down a lot easier that way.

Actually, I don't think that's the case. I'm a photographer who spends a good amount of time watching herons. I've seen them do the same "wash my food" thing with larger fish they're trying to get down. I think they're just trying to lube them up so they slide down easier. Not actually drown them. Cuz, uh, drowning a fish don't make no sense.

:)

Shawnee123 10-16-2008 10:56 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by gmr2048 (Post 494185)
Actually, I don't think that's the case. I'm a photographer who spends a good amount of time watching herons. I've seen them do the same "wash my food" thing with larger fish they're trying to get down. I think they're just trying to lube them up so they slide down easier. Not actually drown them. Cuz, uh, drowning a fish don't make no sense.
:)

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Awesome. That makes sense!

birdclaw 10-16-2008 12:34 PM

Geez. As if I weren't already afraid enough of birds. Whats next my cat?:thepain:

Aliantha 10-16-2008 05:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sweetwater (Post 494174)
Probably thought it was eating a fur-bearing trout. I saw one such fish mounted and hanging on the wall of a Canadian bar (before I had anything to drink, mind). :right:


Well I think they may have put something in your meal then. lol Even Wiki says it's a hoax (and that the article has no references). You don't really believe you saw a furry fish do you?

Treasenuak 10-16-2008 05:45 PM

Ugh. Heron tastes fishier than FISH :(


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