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    Thanks to these pictures, i got reintroduced to tubgirl and the gang, also discovered some new ones! I love the internet
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    Well yeah, you gotta feel sorry for the dude who lost his hand (temporarily).

    But major kudos to the Croc!
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    just now i'm realizing how fuckin big that croc is look at the size head to hand. wow.
    crocs rock!
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    Nightmare fuel.
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    row..row row ya boat gently down the stream if you see a crocodile dont forget to SCREAAAMMMMMM...as his rips you freaking arm of!!! scream!! ruun for for your life damnit!

    lol, nicolas i too thought of captain hook

    |ntern-crap in that video the croc twists the guys arm so bad his elbow bone is sticking out of his arm forwards!!!!
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    Execute the croc. It seems to me that in many places if there was an animal attack, especially in a public setting like a zoo that the animal would be put down. Why scare the thing with gunfire to get back the severed limb of an innocent person when you can use that gunfire to put some lead in it's skull to retrieve the arm?
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    because it attrackts people maybe? *duh*
    and if an incident like that happens,it's bound to bring in even more visitors cause everyone's gonna want to see the "killer croc".
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    i love it when The Animal Strikes Back
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    Quote Originally Posted by |NTeRN
    Choy, choy, coy, coy, CHOMP, CHOMP. Man, his arm didn't even come off all the way... it was still hanging when he carried it off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tully
    eek If I didn't know it had really happened, I'd think it was photoshopped.
    Yah, it was my first impression on the pic.
    So unbelievable that the arm was still re-attacheable after looking that pale.
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    ...ok Tristan, you now owe the "Cheer Me Up" thread a minimum of 5 cute baby animal pictures (one baby otter pic is mandatory) after this one.
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