Where do dead otters go?

#1
I haven't had a thread fly to the hole for a while, so feel free.

What the fuck happens to dead otters? Where do they go? If you run over a bunny it will stay on the road providing a meal for crows, ravens and sea birds. Whack a polecat and nothing wants to eat the stinky fucker but it will still stay there until it rots. Flatten a hedgehog and every other car will drive over it until it becomes part of the fabric of the road and if you smack a seagull the area becomes awash with sea bird corpses as other cars bang into the cannibalistic fuckers.

So where do dead otters go? I've yet to drive over one, but every time I see a recently dead one gracing the carriageway it will be gone 10 minutes later when I drive back the same way. Do people take them for food and fur? Do they turn into zombies? Where the fuck do they go?

It's got me truly baffled.
 

Pararegtom

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#3
I haven't had a thread fly to the hole for a while, so feel free.

What the fuck happens to dead otters? Where do they go? If you run over a bunny it will stay on the road providing a meal for crows, ravens and sea birds. Whack a polecat and nothing wants to eat the stinky fucker but it will still stay there until it rots. Flatten a hedgehog and every other car will drive over it until it becomes part of the fabric of the road and if you smack a seagull the area becomes awash with sea bird corpses as other cars bang into the cannibalistic fuckers.

So where do dead otters go? I've yet to drive over one, but every time I see a recently dead one gracing the carriageway it will be gone 10 minutes later when I drive back the same way. Do people take them for food and fur? Do they turn into zombies? Where the fuck do they go?

It's got me truly baffled.
Otterburn?
 
#4
Simple, once dead they go colder, so they are no longer otters. Sorted.


You want me to get in that taxi?
 
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syledis

Guest
#6
I saw a dead one in in a stream once next to a few others.

location....otterburn


Im sorry!!
 
#8
Good question?
also in all my time walking this earth I have never seen or met anyone who has seen ...a dead donkey.
 
#9
Good question?
also in all my time walking this earth I have never seen or met anyone who has seen ...a dead donkey.
Neither have I, but if it helps any I do know that dead horses get flogged.
 
#16
Good question?
also in all my time walking this earth I have never seen or met anyone who has seen ...a dead donkey.
Got this story from my Uncle who was with serving with my Dad at the time

Where, warm sandy place in North Africa
When, before i was born, but sometime in the 50s
Who, My Esteemed late Father, Kings Own border Regiment
What he was doing at the time - Sentry
He hears something out in the dunes, he issues the challenge and gets no response
He challenges again, still no response
opens up with a Bren Gun
Sound of terrified donkeys - Next day several dead donkeys just outside the perimiter of the camp and a couple of unhappy Egyptians screaming blue murder at the gate

So just for ordinaryforces, I knew two people who had seen some dead donkeys
 
#18
Maybe he was King of the Otters and when you saw him on the road he was Lying In State? The other otters would have whisked him off for a proper otter burial, presumably at sea.

Alternatively, he might just have been sunbathing. If Otterdom is a Republic rather than a Monarchy.
 
#19
I haven't had a thread fly to the hole for a while, so feel free.

What the fuck happens to dead otters? Where do they go? If you run over a bunny it will stay on the road providing a meal for crows, ravens and sea birds. Whack a polecat and nothing wants to eat the stinky fucker but it will still stay there until it rots. Flatten a hedgehog and every other car will drive over it until it becomes part of the fabric of the road and if you smack a seagull the area becomes awash with sea bird corpses as other cars bang into the cannibalistic fuckers.

So where do dead otters go? I've yet to drive over one, but every time I see a recently dead one gracing the carriageway it will be gone 10 minutes later when I drive back the same way. Do people take them for food and fur? Do they turn into zombies? Where the fuck do they go?

It's got me truly baffled.
Were you listening to Radio 4 last night?

BBC - BBC Radio 4 Programmes - Cabin Pressure, Series 3, Ottery St Mary

(Cabin Pressure - not usually that good, but last night had a right good giggle!)
 
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cloudbuster

Guest
#20
I've passed one or two dead otters over the years, but they can usually be pushed round the bend with a bog-brush.
 

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