Can squirrels get addicted to crack?

Discussion in 'Brixton' started by Bob, Oct 3, 2005.

  1. hektik

    hektik adhering to a paradigm

  2. fucking classic :D

    sounds like a weresquirrel wot has been on a birthday crack binge
  3. Onket

    Onket Je suis [CONTENT REMOVED]

    For the record then, anyone know if eating crack will have any effect?!
  4. top scientist M Ping writes...

    lab tests show monkeys love crack more than any other drug and get off on it

    squirrels and monkeys like climbing trees

    so yes, squirrels will get off on crack
  5. Onket

    Onket Je suis [CONTENT REMOVED]

    We're doomed.
  6. MrSki

    MrSki Who am I to say you're wrong

    Probably kill you. Depending on the amount.
  7. ViolentPanda

    ViolentPanda Hardly getting over it.

    Probably cure your indigestion though.
  8. bluestreak

    bluestreak HomosexualityIsStalin’sAtomBombtoDestroyAmerica

    seems like it's a big day for wild squirrels. whilst clearing my inbox at work i found this:

    spelling and grammar failures Trainee Manager's own.
  9. Bob

    Bob Rusesabagina for a nobel

    One of the cheeky buggers snuck into the front of my flat a few weeks back and snaffled some cake... :D
  10. Skim

    Skim has retired

    I looked out the kitchen window earlier and saw one in the back garden feasting on the contents of my next-door-neighbour's ashtray :D
  11. Bob

    Bob Rusesabagina for a nobel

  12. Louloubelle

    Louloubelle Well-Known Member

    from your link

    'We only call ourselves the Red Squirrel Protection Partnership because if we called it the Grey Squirrel Annihilation League people might be a bit less sympathetic,' Redesdale announces, chuckling. 'But we do nothing with red squirrels apart from save them by killing grey squirrels!'

    In the two years of their existence, Redesdale and Parker have been remarkably successful. While other conservation groups go in for education or re-habitation, they favour genocide. With a recruited army of 900 volunteers - grannies and game wardens, families and farmers - they have slaughtered 19,500 grey squirrels in the past 18 months and claim to have cleared England's northernmost county of the rodent. The grannies, Redesdale suggests, tend to be the most bloodthirsty trappers. 'It's like: "Can you beat it to death with a hammer and let me watch?" We had one old dear who went inside and came back out with a sort of elephant gun: "Do you want to shoot it with this?"'

  13. Pieface

    Pieface New Member


    I used that fish shop in Corbridge.
    Might get some squirrel for xmas.
  14. marty21

    marty21 One on one? You're crazy.

    it mentions black squirrels in that article :confused: never heard of them
  15. Louloubelle

    Louloubelle Well-Known Member

    I've seen squirrels in camden eat tiny mushrooms growing in a church garden and then behaving in a delinquent way afterwards.

    One had a huge conker and had it's mouth wide open and biting the conker and its paws wrapped around the conker as far as they would go. The conker was far too big for it to carry but it stayed there wild-eyed and excited and refused to drop the conker even when I got very close. Eventually, when I was almost touching it, it tried to run up a tree but then fell down again as if drunk.
  16. Pieface

    Pieface New Member

    a mutation apparently - starting to wonder if the whole article's a piss take :D
  17. marty21

    marty21 One on one? You're crazy.

    imagine the hoohah

    black squirrels on crack :eek:
  18. Louloubelle

    Louloubelle Well-Known Member

  19. LadyR

    LadyR Member

    They're definitely real - I've seen them in New York, but never in London though.
  20. marty21

    marty21 One on one? You're crazy.

    are they on crack?
  21. LadyR

    LadyR Member

    Hard to tell! They just acted like normal squirrels really :p
  22. OpalFruit

    OpalFruit Well-Known Member

    How can we attract this squirrel extermination squad to S London?

    I can't leave my door open in summer because the nasty aggressive greedy little bastards come in and nick food, I am sure they are responsible for the demise of sparrows - and I remember sweet little red sqirrels in my garden as a child, waaaaah!
  23. hipipol

    hipipol Peckham Wry

    Entirely wrong, Squirrels and Sparras are mates!!!

    We have loads o sparratroopers - cos thats wot they look like as they pour down from their HedgeQuarters to raid the ground feeding trays
    We get loads of Squirrels too, they never bother the sparras

    As for them raiding yer dinner, well I never leave my eats lying about long enough - if they want to try biting out from my gut, they can have a go - but ours run off when you get close

    Yours sound like they may be Crack Fiends as yer average tree rat has more sense than to take on something the size of a human - you should get one of these

    Norwegian Forrest Cat

    Will put paid to the pesky drug deranged squirrels for sure
  24. _pH_

    _pH_ .

    I just had to bump this classic thread after seeing it linked here

    Urban's finest moment? :D
  25. editor

    editor Taffus Maximus

    It was quality, for sure.
  26. aqua

    aqua made of cheese and gin

    an admirable use of the word heebeegeebee's :D and this made me laugh out loud :D

    don't know *what* you mean :whistles innocently:
  27. pootle

    pootle little moran

    Interesting article/interview :cool: Thanks _pH_, and Editor for his bit, obvs! ;)
  28. Orang Utan

    Orang Utan Sub-Sub-Librarian

  29. badco

    badco Banned Banned

    Sorry to piss on your chips but crack is not addictive... Thread over
  30. Orang Utan

    Orang Utan Sub-Sub-Librarian

    oh dear oh dear oh dear
    badco fails once again

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