I’m not so encouraged by this gritty reboot of Canadian Bacon.
So, killer bees 2.0?
(killer bees x murder hornets)^n
I heartily encourage all of the gun nuts to go after these things with their AR-15s. The best they’ll manage is to annoy them, and get run down by a horde of angry boars. It’ll be like the Emu wars, except the other side will actually acknowledge that there was a fight. Sometimes. Maybe.
Only if we allow the pigs to be similarly armed. Make it a fair fight.
The beasties from that movie are always the image that comes to mind when I order a sandwich made with “Black Forest Ham.”
First we sent you geese (air), then super pigs (land), now we just have to get to work on buffing our muskies (water) and there will be nowhere to hide. The Canadian plan for world domination has been set in motion.
Wait till poutine becomes the latest craze among the hipsters!
"Cows gathered around, cause the steaks were so high
Bad cow pun"
Oh, no! It’s too late!
See? Too busy looking South, weren’t you?
Not directed at you, @tcg550 , and obviously /s
“Here’s my pitch: The Swarm, except feral hogs. Is Michael Caine still working?”
Don’t forget the wild pigs will go for your computers first.
Tucker Carlson finally so incensed he goes to wrestle the feral burrowpigs himself, inviting the Proud Boys.
-Can’t find burrowpig with the football
-Easy in-burrow prizetaking methods find camera and lighting operators light on their feet
-Videogame studio attending snowier locations on those canard platforms you sort of plunge along on, with prizefishing gear, meeting lots of tree holes somehow.
First we’ll take Manhattan, then we’ll take Berlin.
He’s 89, so maybe as the hero’s grandpa I guess
Oh it has. It’s all over Los Angeles, and in typical hipster fashion, they fucked it up. It’s all just “fries with a bunch of stuff on it” that they call poutine. They’re all missing the key ingredient- the cheese curd. It’s actually not that easy to get real cheese curd because it’s considered a waste product in most regions.
I managed to find exactly two real poutines in the five years since it started to appear all over LA: One was a food truck run by two Canadian guys, and the other was a poutine restaurant run by an expat French Canadian. Both were great. Every other poutine in LA is crap. Both those good ones shipped their cheese curd in from Wisconsin, which is apparently the only place in the US you can get it.