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Re: Carcasses on the road
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eeeew.. wtf.. ian.. that's just grosssssss!

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hahaha..tats such a detailed graphic story ....almost imagine it in my mind alredi ..lol

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And can also imagine ian's and his friend's expressions..

O_______O;;;;;

"oops"

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Here's another one ; one day I was driving my mom's Proton Saga, and a cat ran out in front of me, and I didn't have time to stop.

I ran over it helplessly, heard a loud thump, looked back and saw that cat still running and jumping across a huge drain.

Damage to the car? Completely mashed in lower bumper, broken signal light housing and a license plate left showing the 2 last numbers hanging off.

The cat managed to produce about RM300+ worth of repairs to the car.

So I'd say that the numbers for road kills in Malaysia should be higher, but thanks to the great Suicidal Animal Pedestrian Impact Zone on a lot of our national makes, these numbers are thankfully, much, much lower.

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yesterday just saw a 4 legged snake(Monitor lizard) being run over on my way to Petra jaya for meeting. Near Zecon toll.

Somebody sure will pick it home to cook. :)

Posted on: 2008/1/16 15:01
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ian.. they don't call them 'biscuit tins' for no reason.

jhlam .. that's a bit disgusting ler.. kena run over and still edible???? yucks

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There were.. 'carcasses' of something that look like sweet potatoes (or fruits, maybe.. unidentifiable) on Rock Rd (near Saberkas traffic lights) this morning! :P

Posted on: 2008/1/17 8:06
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someone dropped their groceries while rushing to cross de road perhaps....lol...

i hate monitor lizard ..i still rmmber seeing my mum chasing after a monitor lizard wif her parang at our garden ..funny sight

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I hit a possum before, didn't see it until it was in front of me then like Ian.... *thud* , not sure what happened next.

5 years ago in my friends' Merc, he was driving so fast, and then came a wild dog right in front of us, swerved, *thud*, not sure what happened to the dog, but got home, looked at the impacted area, everything's ok, just some dirt that was easily washed off.

7 years ago, in my mom's car, we ran over a snake *thud* *thud*, looked backed, the snake was still trailing happily, got home, and my mom told me to get off the car first and checked there is no snake hiding underneath the car, before she would even abort the car LOL.

Never hit a kangaroo before, but I've seen the damages, not very good, imagine driving to a tree, at say, the speed of 30kmph. What the damage look like is what hitting a kangaroo would be like at 60kmph.

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Well, a 'roo rammed into my friend's car b4, causing a huge side dent on his Holden Commodore. We were travelling on the freeway from Perth downsouth to small town Bunbury. The 'roo hopped out from the bushes to cross the freeway. -_-;;;

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