|Jeff Fries |
Minus two for no steam
In the preview image it even looks like he's dragging it into a steam room.
-3 stars because your title promises a carpet-steaming operation run by racoons, and the video did not goddamn deliver.
He actually took it out to get it steamed, then brought it back.
|Lauritz Melchior |
He just has a speech impediment. I mean, come on. This raccoon is fucking awesome! How could you not five-star it even if you expected a video of raccoons herding cattle?!
Its all fun and games until he steals their VCR and spends it on drug money.
|Rodents of Unusual Size |
A million stars
oh, the plans he has for that mat.
THEY'VE HACKED INTO MY DOGGY DOOR!!!
The new Sly Cooper's plots have gotten somewhat bizarre.
I submitted this same video without music months ago, but it died in the hopper. I will admit: the music makes all the difference.
Verminous or not, you can't help but respect the natural kleptomaniac ability of these guys.
But can he steam a mean ham?
|Spike Jonez |
Oddly enough, I read this as "steals" until I read the comments. Normally things like that don't get by me. +5 for the nite-vision eyeballs that raccoons don't seem to use anyway because they grope around like me without my glasses in the dark.
Funny thing about that: in the wild, raccoons catch fish with their forepaws. They're heavily nearsighted and have much more of their brains devoted to processing information from their forepaws than any other sensory organ.
|Cap'n Profan!ty |
fucking expected him to spray the rug, like the couple had been trying to track down JESUS CHRIST WHAT'S THAT SMELL
So, when I was a kid, I once heard something in our garage. It kept making noise so I decided to go see what it was. It wouldn't have been out of the ordinary for it to be a raccoon, since we lived in an area with lots of woods, but I didn't expect what I ended up discovering. I opened up the garage, and I saw one...two...three...several raccoons in the garage. But that wasn't what freaked me out. I turned around, and two more raccoons were sitting on my driveway, watching me. That still just freaks me out. I left garage open so they could get out, and of course, by morning they were gone.
|Caminante Nocturno |
I guess those two letters are close enough on the keyboard to make it an honest mistake.
"I'm taking this. Seriously, I'm taking this. I ain't coming in, but I'm taking the mat. Don't try anything."
Aw, man. That doormat really tied the room together.
"PlushJake," huh? We don't like furries around these parts.
I can get some money for this
That raccoon figured out the dog door about 2.5 months faster than my buddy's dog did.
|The God of Biscuits |
He took it to the Stanley Steemer right there!
|Binro the Heretic |
"The last time they moved me, they took my doormat, but Ken says I'm supposed to have a doormat so I'm just gonna take a doormat and if they take my doormat again, I'll set the building on fire."
|Dr. Zaius |
Needs a "Worse Animals" tag.
|bacon cookie |
The masked steamer!
|Genghis the gerbil |
'coons are larceny personified.
|Lies, lies, LIES! |
Raccoons: Nature's Little Bastards.
|And Then Explosions |
For the longest time I refused to watch this because I assumed it was a raccoon taking a massive dump on someone's welcome mat.
I love the "What the hell?" at the end.
I favorite this not for the video, but for the comments
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