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So I decided to snare a skunk....Jokes, funny stories and general humor
Joined: May 25, 2005
Location: Brisbane AUSTRALIA
|Posted: Fri Apr 06, 2018 5:29 am Post subject: So I decided to snare a skunk....
This one courtesy of our old mate, jeh7mmmag...
You learn a lot about skunks when you decide to snare a skunk.
Last summer the girls let the dogs out for their morning duty and the dogs had their first encounter with a skunk. It didn't go so well so I decided to snare a skunk.
Couldn't help but notice how bad the beds and gardens were tore up. You learn that when you decided to snare a skunk.
Ah ha; found a hole going under the outdoor shed so I filled it in and the skunk filled it out. Covered it with bricks so he just made a longer deeper tunnel. So I decided to snare a skunk.
So when you decide to snare a skunk you will find that they have a territory they cover. Might take them 2-4 weeks to make the rounds before returning to pester your place some more.
Last fall, something excited the skunk about 2:00 am so skunks do what excited skunks do. The "fog" permeated our closed sealed house and two neighbors for two days so I decided to snare a skunk.
Final straw, planted an early garden and all the strawberries disappeared as they set. You see when you decide to snare a skunk you learn that skunks like little strawberries.
You can't find snares anywhere inside a little town like Houston so you have to go to the smallest little feed store you can find at least 50 miles from Houston.
Ask the clerk for a snare and sez sure what size?
I dunno, small I guess.
"What are you trying to catch"?
Country store clerks give ya a big ol grin when you ask for a skunk snare. That's something else i learned.
So I decide to snare this skunk you see; get rid of all my skunk problems. Two weeks checking that snare morning and evening rain or shine.
You gotta be patient when you decide to snare a skunk. Yep I can be patient. I learned that too.
Easter weekend and the girls and the dogs are going to their dads so momma and I are going to the hill country for the weekend. Had a great time too...until I decided to snare a skunk.
Gotta text from the 15 year old while driving back Sunday.
THERE'S A SKUNK IN YHE BACKYARD AND THE DOGS GOT SPRAYED.
So their dad decides to drop by the house, leave the dogs pick up some stuff to go to Kema.
Dogs were barking like hale jumping at the door so why not let them out. So when their dogs are howling and crying, young girls will immediately let their dogs back in the house.
Skunk sprayed dogs will rub all over area rugs and furniture if they get sprayed by a skunk and you let them in the house.
I learned that too.
Dogs gotta have a bath right? Why not put'm in the master shower.
You see when you decide to snare a skunk your learn how a 15 year old National Honors Society young girl thinks; good to know.
Since their dad doesn't like me anyway, I'm sure he was enjoying everything I was learning.
Price tag is up to about $800 now and the house still smells like skunk.
I didn't know that the human nose can become desensitized over time... even to skunk smell.
Something else I learned when I decided to snare a skunk.
Well I did snare that dang skunk.
I guess I know about all there is to know now about deciding to snare a skunk. If you ever decided to snare a skunk gimme a call. Be glad to share all my knowledge about snaring a skunk.
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