Have some text gold?

Comments

You must be Logged in to post a comment

  • Hypothetically, what would happen if I was LITERALLY that high plan b abortion tequilla blah blah blah...

    Submitted by ReesesPoofs on Nov 19, 11 at 11:28am
  • Did you fuck it and wear it as a hat?

    Submitted by bakobell on Nov 19, 11 at 11:41am
  • A) google to see whether or not humans can get rabies from squirrels, B) if they can, bring in the squirrel for testing, C) if you can't get the squirrel, get rabies shots. Immediately. Animals can be contagious with rabies before they show any symptoms

    Submitted by tayacb on Nov 19, 11 at 12:11pm
  • That last hypothetically was unnecessary.

    Submitted by amitch17 on Nov 19, 11 at 2:27pm
  • If it had rabies, you're screwed. Read: dead. But on the bright side.. Well, I guess there isn't one. Go see a doctor. Hypothetically speaking of course.

    Submitted by daveyj on Nov 19, 11 at 11:25am
  • @tayacb that's exactly the right answer. Any mammal can carry rabies and can infect a human with its saliva. Rabies is rare in squirrels because they don't usually survive the attack by another animal that would give them rabies but it does happen. OP should get immediate professional medical attention.

    Submitted by GetOffMyLawn on Nov 19, 11 at 4:04pm
  • Squirrels in my pants, sq-sq-squirrels in my pants.....(if you have kids that watch Nickelodeon, u get this)

    Submitted by LuvvyBoo on Nov 19, 11 at 11:34pm
  • I had a bizarre nightmare the other night that a squirrel jumped out from the back of my couch and leapt at me with a firey vengeance, in a possible attempt to eat my face. Tetanus, dude. Tetanus.

    Submitted by Attica on Nov 19, 11 at 11:08pm
  • Hypothetically speaking you most likely have rabies... Or not

    Submitted by lsimz4 on Nov 19, 11 at 1:09pm
  • You love college to?? Crazy kid.

    Submitted by JJdoggie on Nov 19, 11 at 11:50am
  • Bakobell, it was a gopher. Now GTFO

    Submitted by wubbazugg on Nov 19, 11 at 12:23pm
  • Okay I googled this and there is no known case for squirrels infecting humans. But hypothetically it could happen and any mammal can carry rabies. Look up rabies on wiki

    Submitted by tayacb on Nov 19, 11 at 8:47pm
  • You didn't eat the chocolate squirrel, did you?

    Submitted by kevxster on Nov 20, 11 at 12:22am
  • I had a bizarre nightmare the other night that a squirrel jumped out from the back of my couch and leapt at me with a firey vengeance, in a possible attempt to eat my face. Go get rabies shots, dude. Don't get owned by a squirrel.

    Submitted by Attica on Nov 19, 11 at 11:12pm
  • oddly enough, you can't get rabies from squirrels

    Submitted by imjustinkay on Nov 19, 11 at 11:39am