The Thrill of the Hunt

@UncleJoe (9460)
Virginia Beach, Virginia
February 5, 2017 9:19pm CST
Did you see @Elusive Butterfly ‘s post about hitting a deer? It happens more than you might realize. In fact, some folks are taking it up as a sport. A way to legally hunt and not waste ammo. Oh, no! I’m not suggesting that you go out and create vehicular homicide on the back roads. It can actually be already done for you. The best part is that your only expenditures will be about a gallon of gas, and a can of bright orange spray paint. Bullets cost more than that. Then, drive out to the country and pick any road. Just drive down that highway for about a 5 mile stretch and spray every dead animal you see. After that you just pull over and wait about 15 minutes. Then, turn your vehicle around and put your headlights on high beam. Now you know that every critter laying in the road on the way back that doesn’t have any orange paint is fresh meat!
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• United States
6 Feb 17
If you ever had a deer run into your car and cause considerable damage it's not really funny...
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• United States
6 Feb 17
A couple of years ago my husband hit a deer with our F150 and it caused over $3000 in damage. We did get to keep the deer, but that was costly.
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• United States
6 Feb 17
@ElusiveButterfly Expensive venison for sure.
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• United States
6 Feb 17
@AbbyGreenhill it was. The deer that my husband got yesterday was hit by another driver and the driver did not want the meat.
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@sharon6345 (118264)
• United States
6 Feb 17
h my I would not want to do that.
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@UncleJoe (9460)
• Virginia Beach, Virginia
6 Feb 17
Sometimes you can find chittlins all over the road.
@sharon6345 (118264)
• United States
6 Feb 17
@UncleJoe You know you did it now. You know I love those so much. I guess I better get out there.
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@UncleJoe (9460)
• Virginia Beach, Virginia
6 Feb 17
@sharon6345 Don't forget the paint!
@DianneN (74051)
• United States
6 Feb 17
You can take them all from my backyard for free.
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@UncleJoe (9460)
• Virginia Beach, Virginia
6 Feb 17
@DianneN Why do you have roadkill in your back yard? Do you clean up the highways?
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@DianneN (74051)
• United States
6 Feb 17
@UncleJoe The deer that gobble up my flowers are all for you. Just don't take the shrubs or flowers with you.
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• United States
6 Feb 17
@UncleJoe do they have to report the deer before they can take it. If they don't report it here they may be fined for illegal possession of game.
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@UncleJoe (9460)
• Virginia Beach, Virginia
6 Feb 17
Yes you do if you intend to take it home. However, this post is just a spoof.
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• United States
7 Feb 17
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@andriaperry (46232)
• United States
19 Feb 17
Aint nothing like road kill and a messed up car, You left out to have ram bars installed! They pay for themselves in no time with nice fresh meat for the deep freezer I seen a couple eating on the side of the road night before last, since hunting season is over they are back to the roads.
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• United States
10 Feb 17
Oh my goodness! There's one way of doing it! lol
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@just4him (109858)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
10 Feb 17
Now that's one way to make a killing.
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@Jessicalynnt (47790)
• Centralia, Missouri
6 Feb 17
LOL, just LOL. yum road kill?
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@Morleyhunt (19540)
• Canada
6 Feb 17
The I 79 in Pennsylvannia probably has more roadkill per mile than any other road I have traveled.
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@stbrians (11790)
• Kakamega, Kenya
6 Feb 17
Quite a cunning way to hunt. Won't you charged for illegal hunting
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@JudyEv (118538)
• Bunbury, Australia
6 Feb 17
You're always full of great ideas, aren't you? Here, it is kangaroos providing roadkill rather than deer.
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