Scare your friends when you have a party 😜

:see_no_evil::see_no_evil::see_no_evil:

Now I start being confused, they put all those resources and effort to hunt a boar, mistaking it for a lion?! :joy:

Well…this is actually very funny!

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Me too Rogier :face_with_hand_over_mouth::shushing_face::innocent::joy:

:stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes::stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes::stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes:

@Helen0609 This is the only thing I know about German Police :rofl::rofl::rofl:

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:laughing:

And that song brings back memories :smile: :sunglasses:,I “sang”(/shout) that a lot in the discotheques in Italy (here I hardly ever went to a discotheque), while the music is on my wife also half joins in with the lyrics …eins zwei polizei…and shouts “that was a long time ago”,
you still often hear here (I don’t say that…only think :smile:) eins zwei when cops walk by … thanks :smile: :sunglasses:
:ice_cube: :tropical_drink: :ice_cube:

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Hi Nicole,
I just read your word liondog again, and I had to looked it up (I thought of a made-up word :upside_down_face:)… there is a very good chance that I am now typing something that makes a (bigger) fool of myself… the first picture is a dog with a wig, that was actually the joke … and I also expected something like that to happen in Germany in one way or another…did you know those dog wigs?..I just had to ask
Because the first time when I saw this joke incorporated into a much better joke (unfortunately I was in very exceptional time pressure) I couldn’t stop laugh and that this really existed and people bought this…
for example:
dog wig

Greetings…

I think, I have seen something like this before, yes :slightly_smiling_face: Amazing, how much attention they paid to detail, including lion ears and tailtip :lion:

Now there will surely be a new market for people wanting to dress up their minipigs as lions. Excitement guaranteed :boar:

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I remember it on the radio, I was still young for discos in my daddy’s eyes :face_with_symbols_over_mouth::smiling_face_with_three_hearts: (both)…whereabout in Italy did you come for your holidays?

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Trento-Levico Terme

For almost 40 years (not in the disco the first years…and your father was right :blush:) …2 small discos in the town of Levico where Sisy’s summer palace was located where we had our privately rented house 100 to 300 meters from (changed a few times) …and a big one in Pergine valsugana and a few times in an exclusive disco in Milan …
But the best times spent at the lake lago di Levico :sunglasses:
Greetings from a rainy and chill (16.1c) Holland and have all a nice and sort of cool sunday :sunglasses:

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Haven’t heard that for ages :joy:

Won’t comment on this :rofl: :partying_face:

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Anyone who remembers Wild Boyz (Steve O/Joe Rogan/Jackass)?
@SILVIA Be happy, that there are only wild boars under your balcony :blush:

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No :slightly_smiling_face: Boars are carnivores though… So, in case @SILVIA has prosciutto-hams dangling from her balcony, it will attract a horde of hungry piggies :pig2:

Ach ja, thinking about it, I am happy that I was only attacked by a flock of hungry seagulls at the festival in Helsinki some weeks ago. An invasion of angry boars would have been something else :boar:

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We should call this area of Just Chatting ‘Continental Corner’ :rofl:
It seems the silly season has arrived and all my European friends have packed in their tedious practicing to go on safari…
Weiter so… :wink:

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Just wait and see, what will happen when a horde of lionpigs will make their way across the sea to you :laughing: :grinning: :laughing:

Some typical “Sommerloch”-story. I remember, when I was still living in Germany many years ago, there was similar excitement when someone had spotted a crocodile in a lake… And then there was “Bruno der Problembär” (Bruno was actually real however)…

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I need a Safari Guitar! Still unsure about the design. Zebra or leo pattern?

I can tell you…Brian writes or performs a new, very special song, the “Lionpig Blues” :slightly_smiling_face:

I live in the region where Bruno was seen several times and killed some sheep. Exactly, where I’m hiking with our dog regularly. That was a VERY special feeling…
Don’t forget the snapping turtle and all those wolves…
I’m going slightly mad… :joy:
Back to my obligations!

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Expect to see the advance party of Sealionpiggies coming up the Mersey.
:seal: :lion: :pig: = :boar:

My AI art generator threw up this for a mythical Lion Pig.

:sunglasses:

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But then including snorting and oinking please, since mooing sounded good in the last Open Mic @brianlarsen :nerd_face:

Bears… Nothing to fear really, they are quite cuddly …

Snapper turtle? I guess, I must have missed that one. But I understand the dangers brought on by a very aggressive and very slow animal…

For some reason, there is now a pig song ringing in my head… It’s originally in Finnish, but it’s almost as funny in Germany :laughing:

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The majestic lionpig :slightly_smiling_face: But why two statues, I first thought… Then it dawned on me: Two different animals = two different statues :nerd_face:

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They may not be statues here in Normandy. When my grandson used to ask what the huge piles of cow dung were in the fields (“fertiliser” for the new corn/mace fields) I told him they were left by the famous Giant Nocturnal Elephant that only lived in France. Very shy and only come out at night. Think he stopped believing that when he was about 11 !! So who knows what is out there. :wink:

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Quite a few years ago this happened not far from where I live, which involved a cuddly toy tiger which as it turns out, definitely hadn’t escaped from the nearby Marwell zoological park… and an almost hilarious response from Hampshire police involving quite a few officers, cars, and a couple of them there highly cost efficient helicopters.

The best thing about the entire thing was that it was one of my best friends who was the dispatch coordinator in the Fareham response office. He still maintains that the response was appropriate because “what if it HAD been a real tiger??” to which we usually respond by stating that “it was a toy you muppet!!!”.

Friends are there to be supportive right? :wink:

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Not a wild boar, but I have actually been bitten by a pot-bellied pig (I was cleaning his enclosure while interning at a zoo). I don’t think he was trying to eat me, but he sure was a jerk!

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Snappers are not as slow as you want them to be! I externed at a wildlife rehab place, and in order to do treatments on these guys (without getting bitten), you needed three people: one to carefully hold it by the sides of its shell, far back enough that it couldn’t reach you to bite (they have really long and mobile necks!); one standing in front, pressing a toilet plunger over its head to contain it; and a third to actually do the medical treatments.
You can’t make this stuff up :rofl:

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