They are so adorable but, I wish this never happen on me

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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    No joke!

    When I worked a 9-5 job a few years ago, I was on my way to work going down a 4 lane interstate highway with a very small shoulder on the side of the road. The shoulder was maybe 1/2 the width of a passenger car.

    Anyways...

    I'm doing 65mph down this interstate & this lady is parked on the shoulder of the interstate, outside of her convertible car (with the top down), she is standing behind the car.

    This lady was trying her best to get an adult duck into the backseat of her convertible.

    I couldn't believe that was actually happening, LMAO!

    That lady must have been higher than a kite, trying to get a duck inside of a convertible on a 4 lane interstate!

    This was rush hour traffic (WTH)!
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  • Profile picture of the author seasoned
    That hapened to ME only a couple weeks ago! I only saw about 1 dozen though! I was going south on a street, with NOBODY in front of me for MILES! Then I saw the ducks walking across the other side, and several cars stopped behind them. Then, I saw ducks coming from the west. 8-( I quickly stopped. THEN I noticed that the FIRST car was a police car. 8-( Luckily, I guess he figured I was ok. All this happened in less than a minute. But yeah, they're cute.

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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    Ok,

    But have you ever seen a duck in a convertible, LMAO (I can't make this $hit up).

    Now that I think about it, I should have waited around & been late for work, just to see how she kept that damn duck inside a convertible while driving with the top down, ha, ha!

    Get hauling down the interstate, that bird would look like a football flying out of the backseat.
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  • Profile picture of the author HeySal
    There were a couple of guys out in Oregon that put a deer they were poaching in their backseat to hide it and it wasn't dead. They were driving down the road and it woke up and started kicking. Kicked one guy in the temple and killed him. Not sure what happened in the long run on that one.

    Where I lived in Klickitat Washington several years back, there were flocks of turkeys that would cross the road about the time I was headed to work. Never tried to put one in my car but they sure were a hassle to wait for. I often regret not arranging a few turkey dinners.
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    • Profile picture of the author seasoned
      Originally Posted by HeySal View Post

      There were a couple of guys out in Oregon that put a deer they were poaching in their backseat to hide it and it wasn't dead. They were driving down the road and it woke up and started kicking. Kicked one guy in the temple and killed him. Not sure what happened in the long run on that one.

      Where I lived in Klickitat Washington several years back, there were flocks of turkeys that would cross the road about the time I was headed to work. Never tried to put one in my car but they sure were a hassle to wait for. I often regret not arranging a few turkey dinners.
      I was once in burlington, MA, and a turkey was on an island in the middle of a highway!

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    • Profile picture of the author yukon
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      Originally Posted by HeySal View Post

      There were a couple of guys out in Oregon that put a deer they were poaching in their backseat to hide it and it wasn't dead. They were driving down the road and it woke up and started kicking. Kicked one guy in the temple and killed him. Not sure what happened in the long run on that one.

      Where I lived in Klickitat Washington several years back, there were flocks of turkeys that would cross the road about the time I was headed to work. Never tried to put one in my car but they sure were a hassle to wait for. I often regret not arranging a few turkey dinners.
      Ha, ha, I've seen that movie (Tommy Boy), "I think it tried to bite me"!

      Chris Farley was one of the best comedians ever (RIP)!

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