Why Squirrels Must Go Extinct

just kidding….a little.

Wipe that stupid look off your face before I wipe it for you!

This mean squirrel ate 50% of the seeds from the bird feeder and then shoveled the other 50% on the ground where his partner in crime fed. They all must go.

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7 responses to “Why Squirrels Must Go Extinct

  1. Seminole Squirrel Stew

    2 Squirrels, cleaned… Read More
    1 c All-purpose flour
    2 c Water
    Salt and pepper to taste
    6 tb Lard or bacon drippings

    Cut squirrels into serving pieces. Mix salt, pepper and flour and dredge the squirrel pieces in the mixture. In a large skillet, heat the fat and fry squirrel pieces, turning occasionally until golden brown. Remove squirrel from the skillet and set aside. Pour off all fat except about 3 tablespoons. Add water to the skillet and bring to boil. Return squirrel to the skillet; bring to boil again, cover and reduce heat. Simmer for about 1 1/2 hours or until the meat is very tender. Serve with corn bread. Serves 4

  2. I am with you! Rat bastards are the demon spawn of our planet! One of my blog friends turned me on to this;
    http://www.shopwbu.com/product/part_number=2509/567.0.25214.0.0.0.0
    Although it doesn’t always keep the raccoons out, it DOES work against the squirrels. You may want to look into it. It pays for itself in the first week.
    We were going to some garage sales last weekend & one person had homemade squirrel feeders, which I pointed out to Charles. The man there said, “You need a squirrel feeder!” I said, “No, I need squirrel KILLERS!” He said, “They call that a .22.” *LOL* (We actually have a .22 & have used it in the past, but that doesn’t really seem to reduce their numbers, somehow!!!)

  3. Contrary to popular belief, ‘squirrel’ is actually a slang term for ‘tree rat’ which is the actual given name of these critters. On the days which I do not see a tree rat which is not too often, I immediately refer to the ”Extinct Animals of North America” but so far there seems to be no relief in sight.

    There are some misguided souls among us who actually celebrate a ”Squirrel Appreciation Day” which I consider to be one of those pagan holidays. It ranks right up there with the ritual of sacrificing one’s first born. But as time permits, we should continue to pray for these lost souls.

    There is a new sport that does seem to be catching on in a lot of places however. Many folks have started ‘squirrel fishing’ and it does seem to help one release the stress that builds up over time for those such as yourself who have to deal with them stealing from and trashing your birdfeeders. Here is a site which can guide you with regard to required equipment and technique if you care to try your hand at ”Squirrel Fishing”.

    In closing, let me leave you with a word puzzle….
    “The only good tree rat is a ____ tree rat! 🙂

  4. Aww….poor little guys!

  5. Craig: YUM! My favorite part, “dredge squirrel in salt”…does he have to be completely dead in this step…or could this be torture…HA HA HAAAA! That was great, thanks so much!!!

    Lana: HA!! HA! Darn, shooting doesn’t reduce number! I think I will look into the baffle…great idea, thanks!

    Alan: WOW! LOL!!! I can’t stop laughing at the animal scientist video!!!! And I can’t believe there are lovers of those things out there! How unfortunate, they’re so wrong! Hey I know the answer to puzzle…DEAD, DEAD, DEAD! That was terrific, thank you so much 😀

    Dave: Oh Dave…you’re such a softy. 🙂

  6. LOL! That made me laugh out loud! Mostly the look on the squirrel’s face! HAHAHA 😀

    I love squirrels tho.

  7. Drowsey: You’re forgiven (for liking squirrels). LOL! 🙂

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