Drunken Moose Terrorize Sweden
Every fall, moose — called elk in Sweden — eat the fermenting apples on and around the abundant apple trees and get drunk. Yep. Half a ton of skunk drunk fun. Sometimes, they even get stuck in the apple trees.
Didn’t I see these moose at a frat house during Rush? Click on title for text.
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After a wild night of apple eating, those moose may need to watch this video about the most effective way to prevent unwanted procreation.
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All the best to all of you for a week of responsible fruit consumption.
Love the mouse in the tree. “I didn’t see it officer. The tree just came out of nowhere.”
LOL. Good one.
What with the animal kingdom? First the Aussie hog swilling all the beer, bears stealing dumpsters and rolling them off, now the moose. Humans are such a bad influence.
(Gotta love the truck pix)
Seriously. We are dragging them down. 🙂
I didn’t realize that drunken moose are such a menace. We need to get some AA going on up there.
And I have been helping provide birth control and didn’t even know it! I swear sometimes just talking to me on the phone with the kids screaming in the back ground was enough.
I always say, “Try rental children first.” Apparently, they work. 🙂
I totally need to tap into that market. It’s time my kids started earning their keep.
That was my thought, exactly. 🙂
I fell off my rolling office chair when I watched the “Other People’s Kids” video. Hysterical. (Although it takes me 1.2 seconds of hanging out with my own kids to remind me that 3 children is plenty. A Procreation Panacea.)
LOL. Got a great visual with that. Did your co-workers come see if you were okay, or did they just watch the video to see why you were laughing?
The picture of the moose in the tree is a riot. Poor thing. I guess humans aren’t the only ones with bad habits.
Moose get a bad rap for being awkward looking animals. Could be they feel awkward, too, and so they have the drive to get drunk before they can flirt with each other during mating season. 🙂
I think I’ve seen that moose before up on “the hill.” Hilarious!
Thanks for the inclusion! Lots of great links to check out…
LOL. I think you’re right.
I know of skunks getting drunk from pumpkins but never thought of moose getting drunk on apples! That is one funny picture! Love it! 🙂
I hadn’t heard of skunks getting drunk from pumpkins, but it makes sense. “Drunk as a skunk” had to come from somewhere. Glad you enjoyed it. 🙂
*skunks and squirrels.
When dictionaries surrender: The end isn’t near, it’s here!
LOL. Does seem that way.
Piper, just spent an afternoon with tech support. Wanted to Frisbee the laptop out the window. Went to e-mail read your post, clicked and got into a better mood. Other People’s Kids should be broadcast on national TV.
I am honestly touched by your dedication. Thank you.
I understand your frustration with your computer. The day after I got my new laptop a couple of years ago, I was ready to throw it out into my driveway and drive back and forth over it with my car. Good luck getting your computer up and running. So glad I could perk you up today. 🙂
Thank you for including me, Piper! I appreciate your support.
It’s a great list, too. I’m in good company!
Good to see you, Gina. 🙂