Friday, April 12, 2013

Goose Meets Gorilla - Goose Wins

17 comments:

Della said...

Really?

bflogurl said...

Poor gorilla.

nevermindthat said...

hahahahahaha

BearTalks said...

There is one video on youtube with man vs goose in the park and it is hilarious!

RustyJ said...

Canada Geese are scary!! I have been chased by a whole flock of them before. It is pretty funny to see a silver back running from a goose though!

Mary Ann said...

The ancient Romans used geese (not Canada geese, of course) as watch "dogs." Those can be some fierce fowl.

Claritysk said...

HA, canadian geese have balls of steel... or feathers lol...

I was chased by one, when i was walking home in the rain one day... i had to fend it off with my umbrella... they are super aggressive!@

Mala Propism said...

Geese can be totally mean! Scary up close when one is flying at you making those sounds, trust me! That gorilla didn't lose, he was smart enough to retreat in the face of angry crazy bird.

paula said...

I don't blame the gorilla for running. Geese can be terrible.

My city was having a problem with a giant geese population in one of our parks--they were attacking people.

RubyDust said...

I have been chased by geese. They are evil tempered.

Tammy said...

Geese are especially vicious this time of year; they are protecting their eggs/nestlings. Even if they don't have any, it seems to be a natural instinct for them to get really aggressive this time of year.

SnowCherries said...

They are evil!

Sara said...

Ha! They scare the living crap out of my Golden Retriever. I thought he was just a scaredy-dog, but now I feel better.

Mooshki said...

Sure is different from the chimp vs. raccoon video.

BostonGirl said...

I've totally seen that where the goose is chasing the guy and won't let him pass... something like that. The guy was in a business suit right or am I thinking of a different one?

Jenn said...

My father-in-law has a swan that gets out once week or so. I know it's out when I hear it honking, and see it come round the corner of my house where it waits, before running at me with spread wings, long neck stretched out, hissing the song of pain and bruises. The swan of death, it's elegant, beautiful and evil, and it must be destroyed.

SingBlue said...

I have a Jack Russell and we have Canada Geese near where I take him for walks. He always chases them off the canal bank when he sees them.

Apparently he loves geese droppings. Twice in the last year he's rolled around in it and absolutely covered himself in goose crap. It must be like perfume to him. Dumb shit.