|Oscar Wildcat - 2016-10-29 |
It's not so much as he's stuck as he refuses to let go from the other side...
|duck&cover - 2016-10-29 |
Later on the raccoon saves the squad from an ambush.
and became the new Subway spokesman
|kingarthur - 2016-10-29 |
He's so hilariously stuck in there. Just his little fat butt and legs sticking out.
|Binro the Heretic - 2016-10-29 |
Poor little guy thought he'd found a great hibernation spot.
|Raggamuffin - 2016-10-29 |
BBW raccoon wants to be too fat to move.
deviantart's got you covered too, home-slice
just do a search for 'pony weight gain'
Yay! Glad to see you're coming around! FYI, though, Derpibooru is better for stuff like that. Less fluff, more relevance.
Oh, I wouldn't touch that pony stuff with a 20 foot pole made out of other peoples' dicks, but there _is_ a thriving community based on it! Pony vore, pony inflation, pony weight gain - for some reason there seems to be pony overlap in almost every fetish category you can name. Probably a pony hoof fetish niche community in there somewhere, or a "ponies stuck in quicksand/glue".
|EvilHomer - 2016-10-29 |
Looks like it's Remedial PT for PFC Raccoon.
|January von Rodeo - 2016-10-29 |
he should not throwed the animal, maybe he damaged bones or did dislocation of legs.
If he had not dropped a raccoon, a raccoon would hurt the rescuer.
To be clear, he neither dropped nor throwed the racoon, rather, he flung it. He was even kind enough to call out the direction.
|Robin Kestrel - 2016-10-29 |
The funniest thing is that this is a recurring problem, according to the audio. #chickenwire
|The Mothership - 2016-10-30 |
I love how this isn't the first time this has happened.
|Adjuvant - 2016-10-31 |
Perhaps raccoons have a poor concept of their own body dimensions.
A few years ago a raccoon got its head stuck in a wood latticework fence between my neighbor's yard and mine. Its face and ears were poking through one side and its fat little body was hanging out the other. This was four feet off the ground, mind you. We had to use a crowbar to pry the slats apart just far enough for him to pull his head back through. He was actually pretty patient about the whole thing, almost as though it wasn't the first time something like this had happened to him.
|chumbucket - 2016-11-03 |
154th Coon Cav
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