Transparent Anti-Bear Ball for Camping Hi-jinks

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Tuesday, June 24th, 2014, 12:19am
Categories: Mouth Diarrhea

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I've hated bears for a long time, ever since I saw a nature special where adult bears were walking around murdering cubs by a river and carrying their carcasses around like rag dolls. Seriously. Fuck bears. Like, genocide them.

Anyway, you know those giant transparent balls they put people in, so you can roll around and bounce down cliffs and stuff? What if we made one of those bear-proof? Then you can just roll on up to a bear family and screw with them. Like "Oooogadeeee booo, bears!! Haha look I'm gonna touch yer cubs [motions toward bear cubs]"

Then when the bears try to kill you, you'll just happily bounce off in another direction.

~Mike Peralta

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