Mmmmm, roasted squirrel…

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15 Responses to Mmmmm, roasted squirrel…

  1. the other other Andrew says:

    Tragically,Deez Nutz met a shocking end after a meth bender.

  2. bogsidebunny says:

    Dang, I was wondering where my pet squirrel Sparkey had gone to.

  3. kent says:

    that just confirms my belief that they are just rats with fuzzy tails.

  4. Padawan says:

    Peel him off, toss him on the grill for a couple minutes each side to finish him off and yummmmmm.

  5. fortygrit says:

    His nick-name is ‘Shorty” (Zzzzt – Zzzzt)

  6. Daryl says:

    Seem to get a couple every year laying in my yard under the transformer. They take their acorns and walnuts up on top to eat them, get careless, and take out my power.

  7. john h says:

    just happened about a mth ago as a matter of fact. blew the little rodent about 30′ from the pole!
    john h

  8. WoodBurner says:

    More like well-done char broiled.

  9. Gryphon says:

    Happens a lot around here. Usually takes down only 1 or 3 Houses by blowing the Fuse on a small Pole Transformer. Starts Fires if things are Dry, too.
    Another Reason to have a Generator.

    • 9Booger says:

      The transformer fuses on the pole by my house have got 2 squirrels and 1 raccoon in the 15 years I have lived here

  10. Tina says:

    Crazyness. My husband took the pic of the squirrel when he went out on a trouble call. Funny it landed up here in this site. This was taken in Fla. Squirrel V Power line. Power line won.

  11. Sarthurk says:

    I heard loud Boom one day, the electricity went out. Checked the transformer, anddn there was a crow still hanging by one leg on the wire. PUD came out real quick, knocked the bird off the wire, and reset the fuse. The crow was charbroiled. Almost immediately, every crow in the neighborhood was a squawking about their dead Darwin award candidate.

  12. Greg says:

    I had one bite into a line behind the house. Damn thing hung there for a full year before is finally was desiccated enough to fall down. We called it Rocky the Frying Squirrel.

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