Home Fun and Games Gun Meme of the Day: Swamp Puppy Edition Fun and Games Gun Meme of the Day: Swamp Puppy Edition By Jeremy S. - August 19, 2022 42 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ LOL. This is a strange meme, but “swamp puppy” cracked me up. At any rate, go out and train this weekend! ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Gun Meme of the Day: Birth Control Edition Gun Meme of the Day: Gun Vote Edition Gun Meme of the Day: House Husband Edition 42 COMMENTS ‘Choot heem. Choot heem.’ Reply swamp puppy= gator bait Reply Go out and train. Yup. Just bought a Ruger 10/22 for my wife…her birthday present. Enough of her hemming and hawing about learning to shoot. We’re going to make it happen. No swamp puppies needed. Reply That’s why we have leash laws. Reply The Poodle Rapid Removal Service. One low price to remove pesky poodle’s from your yard. Reply Bears don’t scare me. Alligators are a different story. Having gators live right beside a walking trail in your development while not allowing anyone to shoot the gator is about the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard of. Reply Just carry a big garbage can when on the walking trail. Gator charges, deploy the garbage can and scoop up the gator, nose down. Now, you have a new puppy. Reply Lucky for me, I don’t want a puppy. Reply Just carry a big garbage can when on the walking trail Gonna need a BIG ass garbage can for THAT guy, looks like a ten/twelve footer 270/320 pounds give or take with ALL the power he needs to crush your garbage can, good luck with that. Reply You’re gonna do dat with a 12 foot gator? Good luck bunky. Reply A bayou flows beside the sheriff’s range here and a gator sunning can be seen from time to time. They don’t bother us and we leave them be. Reply Maybe that just sounds insane to me because I didn’t grow up around those prehistoric creatures. Reply Sure you did. Cockroaches and dragonflies, to name two. Oh, those prehistoric creatures — gators. Never mind. Had one on our place years ago that decided to clean out the pond that had been stocked with fish. Upon being discovered, he died suddenly. “…because I didn’t grow up around those prehistoric creatures.” And birds, literally living dinosaurs… That’s what crossbows and treble hooks are for, not to mention rigged 1″ wood dowels with lung meat. Reply Dude, same here. Aligators freak me out and scare the shit out of me. Reply Turns out they’re kinda cool animals. They are very unreasonable when protecting their eggs. Fun fact, they never attack scuba divers. Reply Don’t bet your life on that, my friend. https://www.cbsnews.com/news/alligator-killed-florida-snorkeler-medical-examiner-says/ Not the first person snorkeling or diving I’ve seen killed by gators. Found a list of all Fla. fatalities and known circumstances since 1973. The 2 other snorkelers I know of are within. https://www.news-press.com/story/life/outdoors/2016/06/15/fatal-alligator-attacks-in-florida/85948492/ Well, I was at least taught that gators ignore underwater animals and divers but attack surface dwellers (snorkelers) who are at surface. I read the list of gator kills and the number 5 scuba diver was intriguing. It says he was bothering child gators (small gators). Don’t mess with mama. GOOO, JOHNNY GO GO GO! Reply “I’m helping you learn how to move quickly in difficult terrain. “And you don’t have to run faster than the swamp puppy — only faster than one of your friends.” Reply Based upon experience, one shot from a Glock 23 between the eyes does wonders…just saying. Reply “…one shot from a Glock 23 between the eyes does wonders…just saying.” Er, *wrong*. Shooting one between the eyes will just piss off an angry alligator even more. Here’s why, the location of the reptile’s brain : https://i0.wp.com/starcasm.net/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/alligator_quarter-sized-kill-spot.jpg?resize=490%2C368 Reply We (myself and other students) would go party at night in swampy areas near Daytona Beach and sometimes would see glowing eyes shining by flashlight. I don’t recall anyone coming up missing but I’ll bet we came close to being gator poop! How the hell did I survive this long? Reply I saw one of those on the farm this morning. Not a big one. 5-6′. He was just cruising Ray’s pond. Does deter some tresspassers. Reply Visiting a supplier long ago in St.Petersburg Florida I was waiting on the grounds for a taxi. I was warned to not go look at the pond because a gator had become agressive and it was going to be deported next day. Being dumb, I carefully walked to the edge and looked around. A violent crashing sound came from the brush and I ran the maybe 70 yards to the steps faster than I knew I could move. Looking back, there was a confused armadillo. I think he wanted to be my friend. Reply That’s no “swamp puppy”. It’s a Murder Log, somewhat related to a Danger Noodle. Christ, memery is getting weaker by the day. Reply Fatal floater, Deadly drifter? Reply That’s alliteration which requires a basic level of literacy. Reply This is a swamp pig: *puppy Nutria, giant swamp rodents : Punch line was, well before we cut off his tail and painted him yellow, he was a gator. Reply ‘Murder Log’ is accurate. Humans cannot out-run them… 🙁 Reply Wally Gator is the fastest alligator in the swamp Reply Gators love crunchy Marsupial snacks… *Burp* 🙂 Reply I see someone found the gator that lives where the boat sank with my scary black rifles on board. If y’all wouldn’t mind, retrieve my outboard please. That old Johnson is worth more than the rifles. Reply Up here in the Northwoods, we have forest puppies. Noses like dogs, but way bigger and NOT YOUR TEDDY BEAR. I’m training mine to eat federal agents. They taste like chicken tenders, but come in turkey flavor too. Reply As a normal person, I like to have fun with video games. And having tried various games, I can say that the purchased ones are worth the money. Because the developers spend a lot of time and effort to make the perfect game and render the most detailed graphics. Try cookie clicker and you’ll see what I mean. Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.