Discussion in 'The Bar' started by A Succulent Chinese Meal, Sep 14, 2010.
Yes. Is that not the right way to dispose of them? A random neighborhood cat died in my in-law's backyard last summer while I was visiting, so I put on some gloves and threw it in the trash.
You're supposed to bury it you fucking cuntknuckle
When our daughter was really young - around 3 or so - our cat died and we threw him in the trash. My husband decided it would be a good time to teach her a lesson on life and death. He was working so we went and got an orange tree the next day, the idea being to bury him under the orange tree. Anyway we had the cat in a plastic grocery bag, my husband gives a nice little speech about life and death, the rebirth of all things, etc, and goes to throw the cat into the hole. But his leg got caught in the handle of the bag (the cat was stiff as a board) and all these maggots started pouring out, he's shaking the bag trying to get the cat out it was a disaster. Everything's fucked, our daughter is traumatized, finally he threw the cat in the hole bag and all the end
It was like an alley cat, and I had to get rid of it fast. I picked it up by its tail and it was stiff as a board.
Crushed mice mixed with puppy poop and coffee grounds.
I've flushed lottsa fish down the shitter...does that count??
This is a great story! One time, I was sitting around getting bored, right? So I decide to....
Oh wait. I just reread the thread title. You're talking about dead animals...
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I bury them. As for fish, down the toilet it goes.
I will not change my av!!!!!!! I did earlier but I reconsidered.
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You'll be glad to hear that i'm back to liking it hehe. I stared at it for a good minute or two and couldn't stop laughing at it.
It's too good to get rid of. Thanks for reconsidering bro!
You're a HVAC guy too. I bet you could keep the bodies nice and cool with hardly any decomposition or smell.
C'mon man. Stay on topic! I don't have a walk in fridge for stiffs. Into the garbage they go!
No trash. All my pets were buried, or cremated. After growing up with the same cat of 21 years, I could never of just tossed it in the trash. It's on a shelf next to my Mom & Dad. Just one big, happy family!
I'd never throw a pet in the trash. I did throw a possum in there not too long ago.
You run a tight ship, Spazz.
You have to watch that Schmoopy guy. He goes off on tangents sometimes.
Which is exactly why I suggested his title.