Deer Walks Right Into Hunter’s Shooting Lane… Wearing An Orange Hunting Vest?

Deer orange vest

This deer is playing chess…

But I do have questions. Like for one, where did she get the orange vest? And then maybe… how in the world did the deer ever get it on?

People love their deer, that is for sure. They are widely one of the most loved animals across North America.

People love them in many towns, as they often take over for easy living. They come through people’s yards and quickly become their friends. Hunters love them as well, spending countless hours getting ready and chasing after these creatures through the fall months.

They are even loved in the animal world, being a favorite meal option for anything strong enough to hunt them.

Everything loves deer. And I get it, they are a beautiful, delicious and rather majestic creatures.

But some folks take it too far. There are hunters out there that break the rules and don’t do what is right by an animal, showing no respect for the animal or the environment.

And sometimes wildlife lovers are no better. Putting out food that can harm wildlife, making them dangerously tame and then just being ridiculously overprotective.

I’m not sure this situation is either…

This hunter was sitting in tree stand looking down a shooting lane, just hoping for a big one to step out. The man notices a deer coming in, but it is just a doe. There is something different about this doe though.

As she steps into the shooting lane, you notice she has a hunting vest on. And not just on, but like wearing it properly.

I guess someone wanted her protected.

Most likely this is either some kind of pet, or possibly a hunting ranch where the owner doesn’t want this particular doe shot. It also looks like she might have a collar on, but nevertheless, an absolutely hilarious sight to see from the tree stand.

In a follow up video, the hunter explained that he saw the doe the year before, and she had a pink bow on her. He also added that he did NOT shoot the deer, despite a number of comments saying that he should’ve sent it.

“Hopefully, she’ll track some bucks in… but she’s always by herself.”

Angry Long Island Father And Son Confront Deer Hunter

Man, I still have a hard time wrapping my head around this one.

For as vile as a place as the internet can be, every so often, it graces you with a timeless classic. So why not revisit this one, coming to us from the fall of 2019 in Long Island, New York.

The video just has everything you want in a classic viral video… laughter, anger, confusion, thick Long Island accents, a dad with a very punchable face… just a whirlwind of emotion.

According to the New York Post, the hunter was scoping out a wooded area near this neighborhood, when he was confronted by a father and son who were MAD.

Roll the tape:

It’s unclear if he had harvested a deer or not…and it doesn’t seem like he even had yet. But with the kid crying like a wimp, he might have one… who knows? It’s not really the even the point of the story.

The foul-mouthed 13 year old brat starts yelling at the hunter, and even hits his car with his hockey stick. Our hunter remains calm and collected, and in a very reasonable manner, rationally explains that he’s going to eat the deer that he kills.

You can see the look of utter confusion on the face of the kid… I mean, just put the kid’s head in a blender.

The dad even claps back with an indignant, “you’re not going to eat it.”

Not going to eat it? What did you think he was going to do with it? Are you seriously that stupid? (The answer is yes, yes he is that stupid…)

A quick lesson on conservation and the poor quality of the factory farmed meat you buy in the grocery store and you can see both of their heads spinning right off their shoulders. Dad sarcastically calls him a hero, the spoiled-brat kid continues to cuss him out, dad calls the police… it’s complete chaos. Ignorant anti-hunting lunacy at its finest.

Eventually, the Department of Environmental Conservation shows up and confirms that he’s well within his rights to hunt there.

Moral of the story? Stupid people raise stupid kids. And yes, deer hunting helps control animal populations, raise money to help the environment, and provides people QUALITY food to eat.

Clearly, these people have no idea where the meat they buy at Trader Joes comes from…

Oh, and maybe find a different sport to play kid.

That toilet-paper soft, whine-when-you-don’t-get-your-way, throw a temper tantrum about something that you don’t understand attitude isn’t going to cut it on the ice, kid.

I’m reminded of this classic scene from My Cousin Vinny.

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Monstrous Alligator Plops Down On Top Of Georgia Deer Hunter’s Corn Pile

Does a gator sh*t in the woods?

I guess so…

Imagine waking up at the crack of dawn to get out to the woods, hoping you bag the biggest buck of your life.

After a couple hours, you can’t find anything within range, but then you start to feel the damn deer stand begin to shake, and you see something ginormous walking your direction off in the distance…

And sure enough, it’s the biggest alligator you’ve ever seen before in your life. That’s exactly what happened to this bowhunter from Macon, Georgia.

He described the wild scene:

“It was just another afternoon in the climbing stand for a bowhunter in Macon County, Georgia.

Then he hears something coming, and with anticipation he tightens his grip on his bow… oh, but it was no deer. Like a scene from Jurassic Park, a huge alligator appears, lumbering through the pines before laying down in a corn pile.

He was hunting in planted pines more than 1,500 yards, almost a mile, from a river and retention pond where a 13-foot alligator is known to reside.

Before dark, the alligator lumbered away, but not back toward the river, instead it went toward the hunter’s truck. Made for a hair-raising, careful walk out of the woods in the dark.”

Welp, hunt is over, and if I was him, I would’ve been staying put for a little while…

No chance I’m messing with that thing…

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Bison Stampede Stops Traffic At Yellowstone National Park

My kinda traffic jam.

You never know what you’re gonna see at Yellowstone. While traveling through the park in Wyoming, one parkgoer found herself in the middle of a full blown bison stampede.

“I was just driving through Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming for a lovely fall adventure when the bison – as we often see happen – decided to conduct traffic their own way.”

Pretty damn cool. A bit nerve-racking, but still… really damn cool. And so far, this viral encounter has racked up nearly 2 million views on Facebook.

If you’ve haven’t made it out to Yellowstone yet, put that one on your bucket list (and then scratch it off) ASAP.

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