It’s Not What You Think


Not this guy.

Headline of the day:Drunk badger disrupts traffic.

Honestly, it’s not even about Wisconsin. We must be slipping.

12 thoughts on “It’s Not What You Think

  1. pansypoo says:

    how man cherries does a badger have to eat to get drunk?

  2. liprap says:

    What does the badger breathalyzer look like, I’d like to know?

  3. virgotex says:

    badger badger badger

  4. BlakNo1 says:

    MUSHROOM MUSHROOM!!!

  5. MarcD says:

    I love the innovative solutions the police had: poke it with a stick. Having seen badgers and wolverines while hiking, I can’t say that “poke it with a stick” was the first thing that came to mind when confronted with those vicious beasties.
    But given the picture at the top of the post, I must add my obligatory:
    Go Bucks!
    OH! IO!

  6. The German motorists all banded together to say “We don’t need no stinking drunk badgers!!!”
    😉 Oh, the irony – a badger w/the ‘runs’ who wouldn’t budge…
    Elspeth

  7. dr2chase says:

    I thought Badger was the sober grumpy one. It’s Toad who causes all the trouble.

  8. Maitri says:

    I can only imagine how the badger felt:
    “Fuck you. Fuckers. Come ooon. Lessss fight. On Wisconsin OOOONNNN WISCOOOO … *HICCUP* … NNSSIIINNN dah dah dah dah daaaah. Make me get off Regent Street … or wherever the hellzz I am. Germinnny? That’s ssssouth of Wisconsin, right? Oh shiiiit. I’m sooo drunk. Ok, come on. Lessss fight. I swear to god *HICCUP* if I could see jusss one of you, I’d kick your … *SNOOOOOOORE*”

  9. virgotex says:

    Maitri, you are a trip

  10. Athenae says:

    I love the innovative solutions the police had: poke it with a stick.
    To be fair, this is standard police procedure when dealing with drunks of all species.
    A.

  11. MarcD says:

    They should have tried playing some House of Pain. It probably would have woken up and uttered something like, “Shit, its the 4th qtr already?”

  12. Robert Earle says:

    Bad day for that badger. Not only busted for public drunkenness, but he lost his red and white sweater, too.

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