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   xoxoxoBruce  Saturday Mar 6 11:58 PM

Mar 7, 2010: Serious Duck Blind

Honey, I've been cooped up with the wet dog, in that cramped little boat, since way before sun up.
I sure am tired and sore... would you mind cleaning the ducks, please?



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Serious duck blind, Louisiana (of course), 3 stories…
~1st level hides 4 boats underneath and has room for 2 hunters and 2 dog doors.
~2nd level has a full kitchen with fridge, 2 stoves, electricity for lights, living room with 2 couches and satellite TV,
... theater seats around the "porch of the blind" to shoot 14 guys comfortably.
~Side porch has a running toilet, stainless steel grill for cooking whole rib eyes for lunch.
...All the mojos and mallard machines are hard wired to car batteries.
~3rd level is the "crows nest" with room for 3 It's about 25' up in the trees and most of the time you are cutting down on the ducks.


Oh and Honey, before you clean the ducks, get me a beer.

A reader sent this in to a very NSFW website, in Australia, so I copied the entire text here.


cabbagepulley  Sunday Mar 7 04:39 AM

"Hey Dad, look at the fort I built!"



newtimer  Sunday Mar 7 11:05 AM

Does anybody else suspect that the "running toilet" on the side porch consists of no more than seeing how far off the balcony you can pee into the swamp?



xoxoxoBruce  Sunday Mar 7 12:15 PM

I doubt it, I'll bet there's a flush toilet with squeezably soft tissue. I just wonder where it flushes to? Remember the dogs are in and out of that water constantly, while they are retrieving ducks.



rditlkustoleit  Sunday Mar 7 04:09 PM

It quacks me up how ducked up that is.


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Cloud  Sunday Mar 7 04:13 PM

don't you have to be quiet in order not to scare the ducks away? looks like a recipe for rowdiness to me



Gravdigr  Sunday Mar 7 04:44 PM

At best, it's a time share with the snakes.



ZenGum  Sunday Mar 7 05:51 PM

A lair like that needs a more evil and megalomaniac purpose than merely blowing away defenseless little birdies. Some kind of global-domination plot or something.

"Come in, Mr Bond, we have been expecting you. Mind the alligators."



Sheldonrs  Sunday Mar 7 06:17 PM

This is what happens when you give crack to beavers.



ZenGum  Sunday Mar 7 06:51 PM

Is that why you so carefully avoid both? :p



Elspode  Sunday Mar 7 11:00 PM

Heh. Heh heh. You said crack *and* beavers.

So, correct me if I'm wrong, but if twenty dudes let loose with 12 gauges on a relatively small number of ducks, isn't it pretty much just going to end up as a cloud of red spray and feathers?



Sheldonrs  Tuesday Mar 9 08:33 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by ZenGum View Post
Is that why you so carefully avoid both? :p
I only avoid one. I'm VERY into crack.


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