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our teacher woke us all up at about midnight because there were badgers feeding in the courtyard.
no way, guys. they're nocturnal AND notoriously nervous and aloof.
unless we're talking about in a zoo.
100% calling BULLSHIT
something bad happened in my brain, I think
as it's bones snapped in half
I wasn't there though so no.
but does your dad kill an animal in every other post you make?
you screw around too much
I saw it very briefly before I turned around and ran.
The bastards are built like bollards, he destroyed the passenger-side wheel arch (my dad had swerved to try and avoid him). Made a right noise, thought the car might flip for a second.
I saw a badger, a family group of wild boar and some kind of deer withing 15 minutes.
If it was still invigorated with the gift of life I could have rode it like a horse and stormed town hall I reckon
at Leatherhead animal park
It was in the local paper. Tried to find the article, couldn't
She tried to eat me too.
i (she) will end you
The only thing I ever overtook on my moped :)
with his shoes on!!
When I was trying to shepherd them, they went into some gardens and I asked a man in one of them if he had seen a badger, and he asked "Is it your badger?", and I was like "Um, no". It doesn't feel like over four years ago :-\
it was at the Slint All Tomorrow's Parties, by the bins near my chalet. INDIE BADGER.
Incident 1. Hometown in Essex, post-dirty rock club night out. 3am with kebab in hand. Faced me down in an alleyway - the little (big) bugger actually growled at me. The bloody cheek of the thing. I stamped my feet and shouted at it until it scarpered.
Incident 2. University Campus - on many occasions (in the night). They couldn't give a fuck really. Out and about, doing the badger thing. Whatever that is...
seen Bodger in loads of Brighton public houses. He loves a pint of Old Rosie it seems.
it's the only dirty rock club i can think of in essex (well southend area anyway)
they'd leave paths along the lawn and my gran used to leave a tray of leftover food out for them after dinner, there was always quite a lot of it, in hindsight she probably cooked for them too tbh, she used to let me stay up late when I stayed to watch them eat, it was kinda cool I spose, there was a 3-legged one that stopped showing up one day, and they won't eat peas, she used to leave them a big tray of food with 1 pea in it somewhere and they'd clean the thing and leave the pea.
they could definitely pull a sled if you harnessed them.
but incredibly funny :/
Stopped my car and tried to get it to come nearer by whistling. Didn't work.
always at night though and they always seem to be in a hurry to forage elsewhere - for such stocky creatures they can really shift it! A couple of mates have had cars written off due to driving into speeding badgers...