A fly

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BA

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Most definitely BA

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Chickens, pheasants, grouse, turkeys, rabbits... <br />
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I used to live on a working farm

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scary!!

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Why scary? It's natural... And how else do you think you get food?

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Unless you're a farmer or a hunter, uh you shouldn't be doing that- Dahmer, Gacy, Bundy... ya get the point?

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Lol yeah I was going to say this

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No...just no.

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What? How else do you get food on the table?

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Yah...I don't do the killing...I'd like to keep it that way.

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Nope and I saw a neighbor boy spinning a cat around by it's tail, smacking it against the ground. I still know his sisters and guess what!? 15 years later BAM in prison for attempted murder and robbery. It's an early sign of a psycho.

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Yes. Chickens. Best and easiest way to slaughter them is to break the neck. Less messy that way. (Spent some of my life on a farm)

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No.

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Chickens.

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A little frog.

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I have killed countless poor insects,

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Yes, if you grab a snake by the tail and snap it like a bullwhip the head comes completely off, never tried it on a snake over 5ft long though.,

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When I was about ten, I saw a prairie dog (Midwest vermin that ruin fields) running through my yard. I didn't know what it was at first, so I chased after it. I followed it down a path as it ran around a curve. When I turned the corner, the prairie dog doubled back and met me. It stared at me for a few seconds before taking off again. I ran after it, over a fence, down a hill and into a small stream. I finally caught the thing under my shoe. It screamed and growled at me as it raked its claws over my shoe. I was armed only with a small pocket knife which I tried to use to fend off the creature. It was no use. Fortunately for me, my sister was standing nearby so I told her to bring me the fencing hatchet (a hatchet with a hammer on one end). She returned moments later and tossed the weapon within my reach. I began swinging the hammer at the beast's head. It made unearthly sounds at me. After a couple good blows, its growls began to fade and it was finally still. I was wary of whether or not it was truly dead and before I removed my foot, it gave its final death throws. That was quite alarming. That was the first and only thing I have ever killed without a firearm or anything like that. Just so everyone knows, I live in the country and prairie dogs chew down the grass in the fields and leave big holes in the ground which pose a danger to our cattle. They are vermin here, so we have to get rid of them. I normally am very loving toward animals.

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