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1 year ago#21
Maybe an insect/animal exterminator would be cool.
1 year ago#22
After 23 seconds of research, I've concluded that ducks can out fly geese by about ten miles an hour (at top speed).

And clearly since a race is the most fair way to determine who is better and who sucks, ducks are still the champion.
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1 year ago#23
Bowsaa posted...
Penguin, for sure.


Look at these penguins befuddled by a simple rope: http://gifsec.com/wp-content/uploads/GIF/2014/03/GIF-Penguin-vs-rope.gif

An embarrassment to birds everywhere.
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1 year ago#25
Bazooka_Penguin posted...

Shut up you whore


So this is acceptable to the mods but I can't express my disdain for the Xbox One?

GameFAQs is officially under Microsoft payroll.
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1 year ago#26
Eider duck: 47 mph
Canada goose: 70 mph
Cape gannet: 75 mph

My cape gannet looks back at your duck and laughs. :)
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1 year ago#27
pothocket posted...
Bowsaa posted...
Penguin, for sure.


Look at these penguins befuddled by a simple rope: http://gifsec.com/wp-content/uploads/GIF/2014/03/GIF-Penguin-vs-rope.gif

An embarrassment to birds everywhere.


This is oddly funny
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1 year ago#28
KillerTruffle posted...
Eider duck: 47 mph
Canada goose: 70 mph
Cape gannet: 75 mph

My cape gannet looks back at your duck and laughs. :)


Goose lives 20 years and has no effective natural predators (once they are adults).
In fact, its greatest threat is its own stupidity with it's children.
I've seen them make nests at the top of telephone wires, only to lead the babies to their deaths as they leap from the nest trying to follow the parents to water.
Also, it would basically be a roguelike as they have a 50% chance of dying every time they fly south for the winter.
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1 year ago#29
Tarantula simulator.
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1 year ago#30
SinisterSlay posted...
KillerTruffle posted...
Eider duck: 47 mph
Canada goose: 70 mph
Cape gannet: 75 mph

My cape gannet looks back at your duck and laughs. :)


Goose lives 20 years and has no effective natural predators (once they are adults).
In fact, its greatest threat is its own stupidity with it's children.
I've seen them make nests at the top of telephone wires, only to lead the babies to their deaths as they leap from the nest trying to follow the parents to water.
Also, it would basically be a roguelike as they have a 50% chance of dying every time they fly south for the winter.


Doesn't help that their favorite overnight stops seem to be near airports. Some airports that have it really bad actually hire dogs do just go have a ball chasing geese all day, to keep them out of the way of the planes.
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