By David Pescovitz at 2:30 pm Mon, May 20, 2013
I’m pretty sure that the dead animal used as bait in that trap the Ewoks set was just a deer’s butt with a pair of dentures shoved up its rectum.
A whole new meaning to asshat.
I cannot unsee what I have just seen.
Yeah, I could’ve gone the rest of the day without seeing that….
I want one!
That’s the most reserved version of a Rearwolf I’ve seen. Usually the sphincter sports fangs.
Please tell me the mouth isn’t made of what it is probably made out of. Please.
It probably isn’t. When you skin an animal (correctly anyway) the rectum remains attached to the carcass. You the have to cut around it to release the intestines from the carcass when you gut it. So unless some one fucked up or deliberately sought to preserve the butthole, those lips are not what you think they are.
And on that note…
I thought this was common. I’ve seen sasquatch and yeti deer butts in a number of hunting and talckle shops. This one’s really well done.
A friend has one that’s also well done:
Can you find out where your friend got one? I have a cabinet of curiosities, and that’s the nicest I’ve seen.
This is a pretty creepy one, but deer butt faces are a common bit of joke taxidermy. Right up there with Jack-a-lopes. You even posted about them before back in 2009:
It’s the art of Assquatch. http://coilhouse.net/2008/02/the-sublime-nihilistic-elegance-of-assquatch-art/
They are reasonably common as gaffs go but always fan favorites – especially once they find out what they are really staring at, here’s me with the one from the Mutant Barnyard at the Adelaide Fringe fest earlier this year:
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Christ, what an asshole.
Creepy-ass monster or creepy ass-monster?
Reminds me of Keith Flint. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wmin5WkOuPw
My boss has a chupacabra made of dear butt in his office.
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