Biggest Animal U Have Killed

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Although a Muntjac Deer smashed my bumper a few years ago, it jumped up and ran off - so I think it survived.

Biggest that I've killed with my own hands was a very tall cockerel. In my "Good Life" days, I'd decided it was giving our hens too much of a hard time and was for the pot. Once I had its feet in one hand and neck in the other, I discovered that the distance between the two was a comfortable 4 ft plus. In the end, a foot on the neck and strong pull did the job.

It was very tasty but I decided to lower my ambitions for self sufficiency and hatch no more eggs.
 

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What you pulled a cockerels head off for being in your garden? :lol:

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I don't deliberatly kill anything be it animal or insect except for wasps which sting for no reason so i'm on a personal mission to wipe the little fuckers out.
Had a hornets nest a couple of ft from my bedroom window, got exterminated last week. Horrible fuckers, bite and sting at the same time.
 
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Fish...it had been attacked by a heron and was slowly dying.

Dont really kill anything...'cept for flies but that's to feed my triop :lol:
 

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Had a hornets nest a couple of ft from my bedroom window, got exterminated last week. Horrible fuckers, bite and sting at the same time.
I had a wasps nest on the outside wall of my bathroom about 10 years ago. I was up at 5AM for work and as soon as i put the bathroom light on they converged on the window completly covering it which was bloody scary and it was a relief to have a guy come and kill the fuckers!
 
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I had a wasps nest on the outside wall of my bathroom about 10 years ago. I was up at 5AM for work and as soon as i put the bathroom light on they converged on the window completly covering it which was bloody scary and it was a relief to have a guy come and kill the fuckers!
Horrible mate. They were nested just above my ceiling so I could here them buzzing. When I'm suffering from a bad hangover and all you can hear are hornets humming about it's bloody horrible.

Had a couple in the house, so used fly spray and a shoe.

Here's one I found in the kitchen...

 

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A wasp stung me before for no reason, but apart from that I've found they generally don't sting. They do however enjoy being annoying bastards which is enough to merit its death. If I find one in the house I'll try guide it back out rather than killing it though
 

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My next door neighbour. After stealing my wife and 7 children, he had the cheek to complain about my musical taste and the, admittedly true, ear shattering volume of my hifi. So I poisoned him with cheap imported lager and dumped his body in a skip. Turns out he was only found after some 17 years, at which point everyone had forgotten about him so I got off scot free. The DNA test also helped.

As for non-human animals, none. Animals are my friends. Insects too.
 

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I had a wasps nest on the outside wall of my bathroom about 10 years ago. I was up at 5AM for work and as soon as i put the bathroom light on they converged on the window completly covering it which was bloody scary and it was a relief to have a guy come and kill the fuckers!
We had a nest in our expelair about 5 years ago so when we got in after we'd been out all day, there were hundreds of them all over the bathroom. Most of them were dead but for the next week we had wasps coming in whenever we were sat on the toilet. Traumatised me ever since.
 

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I don't deliberatly kill anything be it animal or insect except for wasps which sting for no reason so i'm on a personal mission to wipe the little fuckers out.
2 litre plastic bottle. Cut a small hole at the top and fill a quarter of the way up with sugar and water. Hang it in the garden and sit back and enjoy the insect genocide.
 

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2 litre plastic bottle. Cut a small hole at the top and fill a quarter of the way up with sugar and water. Hang it in the garden and sit back and enjoy the insect genocide.
:lol:

Bloody hell even i wouldn't be that cruel, just whack them with a rolled up newspaper but not on your window as it makes a smear.
 

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We had a nest in our expelair about 5 years ago so when we got in after we'd been out all day, there were hundreds of them all over the bathroom. Most of them were dead but for the next week we had wasps coming in whenever we were sat on the toilet. Traumatised me ever since.
Fuck me now that is scary,did you havew to check the bowl before having a dump? :lol:
 

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Perfectly understandable.

Mine was a squirrel. I was doing about 60 and it chose the wrong time to cross the road. The worst things about it was that I could hear and feel it's body being battered under the car. I was quite upset about it for the rest of the day.
 

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