A house guest ..... up North

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+30 1. LordIuly commented 9 years ago

Is that really Santa ? :P
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+2 2. MakeTnotWar commented 9 years ago

Dear me! Does anyone knows what he's talking all the time?
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+41 3. BasmanT commented 9 years ago

i bet he got bitten in the left hand :P
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+23 4. KikooStyle commented 9 years ago

Am I drinking too much or there is a deer on my couch ?
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+13 5. wolverju commented 9 years ago

#2: french canadian, talk to le caribou tabernacle !
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+6 6. YetiGrowl commented 9 years ago

#1 that isn't a reindeer....
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+21 7. rocknout2nite commented 9 years ago

Yeah i believe this is definetly up in Northern Canada, looks like a camp site he's working at, and it's a young buck, whitetail deer, the guy is french, he's saying mostly things like,"it's here, come in, and calm down", thing is I've done this same thing with racoons, and wild animals although awesome, are very "aggressive" in nature, and there not like a house pet, I fed racoons at my house for a couple years, became quite attached, but man, they paractically hang around all the time, waiting on you, would practically chase you with your grocery bags, and the loose the ability to fend for themselves because they can easy become dependant on humans!!!.....I got bit a few times, nothing serious, but with a whitetail, they are also aggressive, and "I'd like to see the next video" when he stops feeding it, because I bet that deer "boots" that camp door in!......!!!!
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+21 8. Baboon commented 9 years ago

Translation:

"Come... PVV PVV PVV* "sound he makes" ... take, it's good, it's for you my big COCO, hmmm how much it's gooood, it's good huh? there is dates inside and (dunoo what he talked about), very good for the health, No wait till I give you, let it go, hey calm down, a big shunk? YUM YUM YUM, it's good, It fells down :s, eat on the carpet ok?, look on the carpet, there is no more in the "bag" (means the plastic stuff), NO, here PVV PVV PVV* sound, heeeh, NIUM NIUM NIUM, HUH? Good, sorry Pal, well well..."

The old guy seems like a very nice person to me :)
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+4 9. Kendiana commented 9 years ago

not good for the deer. one of those times he'll walk up to someone whom wishes to shoot him. please do not feed the animals for their own good.
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+5 10. ruhk commented 9 years ago

Is it just me, or would it be hilarious to lure that animal inside, then slam the door behind it? He would tear that place to shreds in seconds. Picture it in your head. >:)


(PETA DISCLAIMER: No, I wouldn't REALLY do this as it would cause extreme damage to the deer, house, mother nature, karma, etc etc. Its just one of those amusing imaginative thoughts that make us human. *Id still eat him with ketchup tho*)
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0 11. FistOfHell commented 9 years ago

#5 it's a Caribou tabarnack we said
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+4 12. ValdeLevis commented 9 years ago

#10 Don't feel like you have to placate the animal rights terrorists. You can't reason with people that have that particular mental disorder. To those of you that will give me thumbs down (I'm sure there will be many) remember, if society breaks down, the vegans will be eaten first.
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0 13. peacinu commented 9 years ago

1:27 - 1:34 "Soon!"
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-2 14. proteanstar commented 9 years ago

The buck could easily gore the man's eyes out and gore his face with his antlers. Or he could go for the family jewels! And toss him in the air! It could happen in a heartbeat.

Very foolish and dangerous on the man's part.

The buck could turn on him at anytime.
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+2 15. Trooper commented 9 years ago

Judging by the guy's accent, he is most probably from the Quebec city region or anywhere south of there towards the border with the USA. People in other regions of Quebec have very noticeable accents.

#7 It doesn't have to be up north since deers roam around everywhere in the Province of Quebec. I have them in my backyard once in a while.

#14 Unlike humans, animals don't kill of fight for fun. There is no threat to the deer and I doubt that guy's cottage would be a matter of territory.

#9 is right, feeding wild animals get them closer to humans, we should admire them from far and respect their wild nature.

You guys should pay us a visit someday, the Province of Quebec is such a beautiful place and its people are as friendly as they get. The French culture might also make you feel like you are visiting Europe before they covered it with concrete and asphalt!
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0 16. GradX commented 9 years ago

hahaha he's feeding it Gluten free Larabar's.. you can buy them at the grocery store :)
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0 17. joeman commented 9 years ago

#10 you are hilarious!
that was really great...