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Poor guy had no idea where he was, I hope he found his way back into the wilderness away from all that cancer.
@dru1d Lmao ok Mr. Forest Man, sitting on your computer that burns electricity in a cozy, heated room with a hot cup of tea or w/e and bashing the "evil industrial areas"...
@dru1d are you talking about driver?
That's the first time that I have heard that pun.
Changes lanes better than most woman drivers I know
that's definitely a moose
@Unoslacker, "The moose (North America) or Eurasian elk (Europe)" (c) Wikipedia
@CroakerR This is true. I stand somewhat corrected. Didn't realize moose were called Eurasian Elk in Europe.
@Unoslacker, There is also 2 different words for moose and elk in russian, but in dictionaries both translates to elk. I agree - this is strange.
Still a better driver than most Russians
I'd hit it. Figuratively speaking, not with a car.
@Pubichair then we are all drunk
@Pubichair sometimes we have to... Cheers...
it's a moose... lol
In Russia, it's an Elk. Only in North America are they called Moose. Same animal, different name.
@billyjojason I see what you mean, but in N.America there's Elk and Moose. They are two different species. So, in Russia, by North American terms... do they have moose or elk?
In North America, the Elk is a red deer, the moose is a moose.
In Europe/Russia the Moose is called Elk, and the Elk is called Red Deer as far as I know...It's all very confusing really, probably why Elk have great difficulty getting Green Cards or passports...
How come it didn't have a dash cam?
it was probably scared out of its brain
The thumb was for the avatar, not the joke...lol
He needs some street hooves, those snow-hooves just aren't doing the job.
@ori_atin He's probably still got his summer hooves on.
@drewbehr Yeah! one's an animal and the other is a dessert?
@drewbehr Only in North America is it called a Moose, in Europe they are called Elk.
@drewbehr, do most people really not know the difference between handegg and football? ;-)
That's a moose! (You city slickers!) A young 1 1/2 year old. Rocky will come to the rescue!
@XR400R I know it, but in english/ foreign language dictionaries elk and moose are used interchangeably. I check it in Polish/English and Russian/ English. Same story with elk and deer. I don't know why.
The elk was there first
The elk was probably on vodka.
animal stays in his lane better than the russian drivers
Young meat= tender and tasty...
"Hey buddy, that thing gotta hemi"
i see this shit everyday
Nice costume, Kalle.
It had no winter tires apparently....
An elk in a moose costume. Looks like he's been sippin' the same stuff the Russian drivers have.
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