Shitty ways to go...

#2
Horrendous and inglorious. I want to go peacefully in my sleep - like my grandfather. Not screaming in agony - like his passengers. Either that ot be suffocated under several hundred weight of unwashed cheerleaders' leotards.
 
#4
Horrendous and inglorious. I want to go peacefully in my sleep - like my grandfather. Not screaming in agony - like his passengers. Either that ot be suffocated under several hundred weight of unwashed cheerleaders' leotards.
Going peacefully in your sleep can scare the shit out of a dentist.
 
#5
This is how I'm going.


[video=youtube;MLctf4o6feQ]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MLctf4o6feQ&feature=youtube_gdata_player[/video]
 
#10
They are a way to die.

Wave your dog goodbye

say a prayer to your friend.

Slurry tanks can be very, very big and you cannot swim in them !
 

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#15
Oh, I dunno. Looks like the middle ages were not always the best time to be a soldier on the losing side:



That's the garrison of Bern being executed en masse by the Burgundians, for the crime of having lost.
 
#16
Beggers the question, what were the whole family doing around the edge of an open slurry pit anyway?
And I don't mean breast stroke either.
 

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#17
Beggers the question, what were the whole family doing around the edge of an open slurry pit anyway?
And I don't mean brease stroke either.
Probably just looking at their impressive collection of shit.

Sometimes I take the kid's down to our slurry pit just to check the levels, take in the air and feel content in the fact that we own a massive amount of liquid faeces.

Next time we shall be more careful though.
 
#18
Probably just looking at their impressive collection of shit.

Sometimes I take the kid's down to our slurry pit just to check the levels, take in the air and feel content in the fact that we own a massive amount of liquid faeces.

Next time we shall be more careful though.
Ravers, you are the dad I wished I had.
 
#20
Probably just looking at their impressive collection of shit.

Sometimes I take the kid's down to our slurry pit just to check the levels, take in the air and feel content in the fact that we own a massive amount of liquid faeces.

Next time we shall be more careful though.

You don't own it.


You're the custodian for future generations......
 

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