…that while I am asleep at 3 am, if my brain receives the smell of skunk effluvious, it translates it into OMG! ELECTRIC FIRE! WAKE UP!
Better that a thermos of Cuban coffee, lemme tell ya.
Oh well, it is not like I needed rest, right?
I swear, if I see that critter, it is getting one in the top pan.
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Yuk! And it stays with you for days no matter how faint it was at first…. I always thot we should bottle it and sell it like pepper spray.. “yes officer, just look for the guy bleedin and smells like skunk”…
I got used to the smell years ago when I lived in an apt complex that had a family of skunks in the area. What gets me is when I’m driving and smell it and always question whether something’s wrong w/ my car (the burning electric smell) or ‘just a skunk’.
Haha! At least the sliver lining is Mr or Mrs skunk helped you test your readiness and you passed with flying colors.
I used to have a cordial truce with a mama skunk outside my place. She was watching me use a grunting stick to call up worms for Pope and Larry the pet bullfrogs and kept getting closer……and closer….and then she was almost sitting on my foot waiting for more worms to come up.
The smell of skunk is nostalgic to me, as is the smell of tobacco hanging to dry and cow manure.
Supposedly shooting a skunk in the head makes it spray. No idea if that’s true but one of the hunting can vids I was watching said that.
HAHA! sorry, Miggy – if you do pan shot ’em, we expect pics and a full range report: distance from target, lighting conditions, firearm used, ammo load details, suppressed or not and whether the lil basterd sprays when shot in the head… that’s what I really need to know…
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