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Discussion in 'Hog Hunting' started by rat, Nov 6, 2017.
Cooch doesn't rhyme with peccary so I got nothin.
In most cases, yes.
I would say coochery but I think a coochery is a place of ill repute.
My sources tell me a coochery is a place they go to get a cooch quaffed.
Of they were pigs they would call what you thought was a coochery a horg house. But peccary would have to call it peccar parking or something like that.
Be really confusing if they would put the pronghornery right next to the antelopery. They shouldnt be that closely rlated.
I have no interest in a prongy pucker, and a prongy pecker is really out of the question.
Saw a group of 40+ hogs last week come through the woods. While it was exciting to see it was sickening at the same time. They had to suck up every acorn in the 200 foot wide path they took. Gonna be a hard winter on the deer if they keep sucking up all the food.
they sound too cute and cuddlely to catch
That would be some serious kink. It needs it's own website.
You are both half right, give or take a little. The ones that don't have peccary peckers, have baby peccaries.....Biology is a terrible thing to waste....
well thank you Dr. Ruth.
Does having baby peccaries have anything to do with that half of the peccaries having a peccary pucker?
That would be peccary peccar parking.
The hunting pressure on Peccarys in Missouri must be terrible, they're starting to migrate west to escape. This one came through my yard in Prescott, Az. recently.
That’s pretty peculiar for a peccary to be in Prescott.
I know, right? I couldn’t get the pic to load so I put it on my avatar...
Headline in Prescott post about a peculiar peccary pondering participation in Prescott parade perhaps.
Did you used to live in Moscow Mills and work at a plastics plant?
Especially if he was pickling a pack of peppers.
Nope, I live in Arizona.
Just thought you might have moved there from here. Used to work with a guy with the same name.