Damn, is Hunter a boy or a girl? I’ve never met a female named Hunter, but that’s some excellent handwriting for a guy. That heart is so symmetrical too! Nice job. There are some crazy chalk artists at my school that write all kinds of protest and/or meeting announcements all over campus… I wish they did stuff like this.
Yes Harriet, if that is in fact your real name, I do see a lot of dead squirrels, some of which have gun wounds, on the streets of Sydney.
And when I conduct autopsies on said squirrels, I find that, statistically, if I find the squirrel on a street or path it has usually been killed by a person or dog, ie crushed organs caused by a tire, or gun shot wound, or bite marks. I also find that if I find a dead squirrel in the grass next to a tree or up in a tree dead in its nest, that it usually has died from natural causes.
And when I conduct autopsies on dead squirrels, I find that, statistically, if I find the squirrel in my microwave or stove it has usually died from overheating.
I also find that if I find a dead squirrel on my plate next to some potatoes, that it usually tastes like chicken.
Walter, not that I’m saying you don’t know what you’re talking about, but on college campuses, dead squirrels on sidewalks are not uncommon. You won’t see them all over the place (colleges are pretty good at cleaning up things like that quickly), but it’s not uncommon for the tree in which a squirrel lives to be right next to a path. On my campus, “sidewalk” is usually synonymous with “next to a tree.”
I logged in to mention the girly handwriting on a dude but then I remembered there is a soap actress named Hunter Tylo. She’s been on soaps since the mid-80s, unfortunately long enough to give a few people the idea to name their daughters Hunter. So I guess even though I’m disappointed at the idea of the handwriting belonging to an actual girl, I am relieved to know the naming girls Hunter thing didn’t take off.
Wednesday, yes that Hunter Tylo person is in that soap “Bold and the Beautiful”, and no, I don’t watch that piece of shit.
She’s been in it since the beginning, and I think she’s died a few times, and come back to life, or something very realistic like that.
She’s had that much botox and other plastic work, that she now looks younger than she did in the beginning.
But not in a good way.
I wouldn’t name my kid Hunter. I wouldn’t her taunted because of the B&B connection.
I am wondering whether dead animal art is the only thing Hunter is dabbling in. Dead animal n-something?
That may explain the heart and general memorial overkill.
How does one autopsy a squirrel to check for that?
And I aint eating it after someone’s messed with it like that.
I couldn’t actually tell it was a squirrel til i read the caption….don’t think I’ve ever actually seen a live one.
But, somehow, this picture has inspired me to now carry chalk around in my pocket just in case I have the urge to create some amazing art
It is/was a large squirrel.I haven’t seen any that large but in oz, not surprising.
On the hand writing thing though, i can write on cakes (it is what i was trained to do, goddammit) absolutly perfectly but on paper my hand writing is average at best.
@ Walter Sobchak, ” gun wounds, on the streets of Sydney”, I really dont believe you. Wanker. Sydney is full of stray cats and junkies but not sqirrels.
There’s no squirrels in Sydney. They were introduced, at one point, but they’ve been eradicated now. I think the only place in Australia that you’ll find any feral squirrel populations is Perth, but it’s a bit dubious.
i don’t know about your campus, but on my campus i wouldn’t go near the fucking thing. They were brutal, and would steal stuff out of your hands. Pretty sure that they also were addicted to nicotine, by the amount of cigarette butts they ate.
chewy, are you really that dense? Not only did I imply that I wasn’t being serious – by claiming that I actually climb trees and find dead squirrels in nests in a place I named specifically where there are no squirrels, I then ALSO in post 33 directly said that I had been lying.