Hungry deer caught munching marijuana plants at Oregon farm


#1

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#2

Obligatory:


#3

I feel more hungry… so I eat more pot… so I wont feel hungry… but then I feel more hungry… so I eat more pot…
then I feel more hungry… so I eat more pot… so I wont feel hungry… but then I feel more hungry… so I eat more pot…
then I feel more hungry… so I eat more pot… so I wont feel hungry… but then I feel more hungry… so I eat more pot…


#4

That deer appears to be wearing a bunch of white oak leaves as a bow-tie?

Clear evidence of marijuana use if this was accompanied by giggling.


#5

High in protein (no pun intended) and low in THC…of course they went on an eating binge.


#6

Stoner Bambi!

Yes, I said that!


#7

Just hold on a second!

My stoner friends tell me that hemp is a magical plant that grows everywhere, requires neither fertilizer nor pest control, makes great clothing, cures cancer, and could stop global warming.

This couldn’t possibly happen! Don’t the deer know of the magical properties?


#8

You ever Forage? Ever forage on weed? That’s the way to forage, man,


#9

So what if, like, we’re all just, like, deer, man.

Whooooooaaaaaaa.


#10

Normally I’m opposed to gunning down Bambi, but I’ll have to make an exception for this transgression. Get off my stash, man!!


#11

Ya, keep them damn critters out of my tomacco field!


#12

An exorcism is needed here.


#13

Marijuana != hemp. But “Deer caught knocking down a fence to eat non-psychoactive hemp at Oregon farm, wrecking a small business” doesn’t have the same ring, I guess.


#14

Right. Even if it was the high THC kind, it might not effect them.

Why would I suggest they could have such a very different body chemistry?

Because they apparently also like to eat Poison Ivy.


#15

How can you not love goats?


#16

I knew a semi-domesticated possum (lived inside, anyway) in, also in Oregon, who would do that. Eat a bunch of clones and then pass out for three days.


#17

Unless I’m very wrong (it’s been a fair few years since I went to Erowid), doesn’t cannabis need heat for the alkaloids to become activated?

Of course, if the deer is firing up, then fair play to it, I think it’s earned a few hours of staring at a tree and giggling.


#18

Deer-proofing pot plants is simple: just pee around the perimeter regularly, or dump your chamber pot there daily. Animals mark territory with urine. One important point, though: this technique works perfectly–provided you are a carnivore or omnivore. Vegetarian or Vegan pee doesn’t work.


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#20

Yes, please explain how you can not love goatse.