June 19, 2013

"The Jackalope", and you thought it was a myth!

"Ya'll know about The Jackalope, don'ts ya?" It's real ya' know! I ain'ts foolin', there's a trouble brewin' in them thar hills!

Read the tail of Jackalope and see more proof of this dangerous and elusive werstern animal, I warn you it's frighten to see! 

Seen only by a few of the hardiest outsdoorsmen....we now have PROOF!  The tail of the Jackalope is farther down...if you dare!


Ewwwwwe! Cooks up a big meal though.

whoops!  Chupacabra,  still not proven.

See! They're popping up EVERYWHERE!! Ahhhhhh!

They're so cute when they're babies.

OMG! this picture came up on Yahoo Images when I was searching for "baby jackalopes"!

and now kids....The Story of the Jackalope

...It is said to be a hybrid of the pygmy-deer and a species of "killer rabbit". Reportedly, jackalopes are extremely shy unless approached. Legend also has it that female jackalopes can be milked as they sleep belly up and that the milk can be used for a variety of medicinal purposes.  It has also been said that the jackalope can convincingly imitate any sound, including the human voice. It uses this ability to elude pursuers, chiefly by using phrases such as "There he goes! That way!" During days of the Old West, when cowboys gathered by the campfires singing at night, jackalopes could often be heard mimicking their voices. It is said that a jackalope may be caught by putting a flask of whiskey out at night. The jackalope will drink its fill of whiskey and its intoxication will make it easier to hunt. In some parts of the United States it is said that jackalope meat  has a taste similar to lobster. However, legend has it that they are dangerous if approached. It has also been said that jackalopes will only breed during electrical storms including hail, explaining its rarity.

Ha ha ha (musically) ! So there ya go! The Jackalope is real. 

Thanks for the visit, maybe sometime we'll sit around and talk about the Chupacabra.

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  1. Now,that's an interesting story!!

  2. Well, for the most part, they're cute, though! Unlike the Loch Ness Monster, lol.