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post #1 of 34 (permalink) Old 05-30-2004, 05:55 AM Thread Starter
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I Pissed my Pants while Riding Yesterday!

This stupid turkey flies right out in front me yesterday. I was like oh shit, it's gonna take my head off at the speed i am riding. However, it flew right over my head and shit on my helmet. Man, those birds shit a lot. At least i didn't get into an accident which is good.

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post #2 of 34 (permalink) Old 05-31-2004, 05:03 AM
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Sounds like your not the only one who sh*t themselves over that one
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I'm trying to figure out why da 919_ster urinated all over himself because of the turkey. Was it simply an automatic muscular reaction? Did your bladder release as the bird almost hit your helmet, or did you urinate afterwards when you realized you narrowly escaped the accident?

Human urine is sterile, so it shouldn't cause an odor problem if you rinse your leathers with cold water and set them out to dry away from direct heat. If they are dark or black leathers, simply rub in some mink oil (once dry) to restore flexibility and water-repellance.

Synthetic suits can be washed according to directions from the manufacturer. They even have additives that can be tossed into the final rinse to further freshen the suit and increase stain-resistance.

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Sounds like your not the only one who sh*t themselves over that one
Apparently the difference from the animal kindom to humans. Probably a gift of evolution or, for the creationists, some well thought out plan of God's. Turkeys shit while humans piss. Good to know that... I guess.

What I wouldn't want is to get a face full of one of those huge bastiges. Why can't they just scurry around on the ground and take their hits like good little rodents?

Anybody need a set of turkey whistles? A lot like deer whistles but for turkeys. You can't hear these either. They cost about twice as much. I'm sellin' if you're buyin'!

Keeping the "Hap" in "Happy Holidays"!

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Good Afternoon All-

I'm trying to figure out why da 919_ster urinated all over himself because of the turkey. Was it simply an automatic muscular reaction? Did your bladder release as the bird almost hit your helmet, or did you urinate afterwards when you realized you narrowly escaped the accident?

Human urine is sterile, so it shouldn't cause an odor problem if you rinse your leathers with cold water and set them out to dry away from direct heat. If they are dark or black leathers, simply rub in some mink oil (once dry) to restore flexibility and water-repellance.

Synthetic suits can be washed according to directions from the manufacturer. They even have additives that can be tossed into the final rinse to further freshen the suit and increase stain-resistance.

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Anybody need a set of turkey whistles? A lot like deer whistles but for turkeys. You can't hear these either. They cost about twice as much. I'm sellin' if you're buyin'!
Hey, these whistles you speak of, can they be rigged to trigger a remington 870 at the proper time
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Hey, these whistles you speak of, can they be rigged to trigger a remington 870 at the proper time
R&D's still working on that. A holster for your weapon mounted to the whistle. Understand that these things whistle all of the time, 24/7, as long as you've mailed in your monthly service fee and used the proper activation code, but are only like a good huntin' dog. They'll kick 'em up but you have to shoot 'em.

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LMAO hahah OMG that shit is funny.


BTW how much are the turkey whistles? acativation fee and monthly fee.
and of course for the porduct it self.
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When I read the topic I thought you lost control of your bladder function and relieved yourself. HAHA!
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Sarchasm is normally followed by a " ", but lacking that it appears to be serious
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