Skip to comments.Woman Injured by Moose Near Grand Lake Prompts Warnings
Posted on 06/06/2013 3:47:08 PM PDT by nickcarraway
Woman Injured by Moose Near Grand Lake Prompts Warnings
May I suggest a correction.
The moose should stay out of Grand Lake when the FLOTUS (pronounced "flātus" by mating moose) is visiting during moose mating season.
I'm glad she's OK, but things happen if you walk your dog within 10 feet of a moose and her calf. I can't believe they euthanized them both out of "caution".
Among U.S. Troops in Japan in the late 50s and early 60s, a slang term for a Japanese woman was “moose”.
How about the following headline:
“First Flatulent Seen in Grand Lake during mating season”
To # 4: Another old version:
Book: “Antlers in the treetops by Who Goosed a Moose”
Came after the other best seller, “Yellow Stream by I Pee Daily”
Others probably cannot be printed here.
In other news, there is a popular movement to provide local area moose with gas masks. Contact the Grand Lake Humane Society to make your contribution.
All your moose are belong to us.
This was short for “moos-a-mai” Japanese for “Sweet Heart”.
He looks pretty stuned to me.
Darn. The woman and her dog had NO excuse for being so near to a mother moose and her baby. And then they put the MOOSE and her BABY to death because of the stupidity of this woman. I hope she is consumed by guilt at the tragedy she caused. Dumb b*tch.
No, This is Hugh:
Celina, Ohio got moose?
A moose once actually bit my niece. She lives in Anchorage.
The cow was teling the woman to make that yappie pissant dog shut up.
The cow was probably giving the woman the moose equivalent of a good push which means, “Stay away from my baby.” That’s like getting the death penalty for an assault charge.
Thanks for that. Between 1961 and today, my Nippon has gotten a bit rusty.
Although I don’t recall having an occasion to use it in a true sense, I do recall that “Watashi-wa anata-o ai-shimus” means I LOVE YOU.
I also will never forget the title and opening/closing slogan of a popular radio program on FEN (Far East Network). “Nippon-wa tanoshin-de kudasai” which translates to ENJOY JAPAN.
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