View Poll Results: Who would win: A Badger & a Stoat v A Fox & a Squirrel

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Thread: A Badger & a Stoat v a Fox & a Squirrel

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    A Badger & a Stoat v a Fox & a Squirrel

    Noting
    that there seem to be many X v Y posts here lately...
    and
    Being a 'Men Behaving Badly' fan
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    Visting 'Nation States' too often..

    Answer the poll

    (please note, this is a joke PETA members need not enter 8)

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    whats a stoat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Humphrey
    whats a stoat?
    I was wondering that one too...

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    And I thought you were joking.. I should of said Weasel maybe, sorry
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stoat
    http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=stoat
    8)

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    Re: A Badger & a Stoat v a Fox & a Squirrel

    Quote Originally Posted by Roy Batty
    Visting 'Nation States' too often..
    Me too...

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    No, no, no, it's Moose & Squirrel.

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    Whichever side the badger is on will win. Those things are mean!

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    Where does the pengin and Trutle fit in?

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    What type of turtle? Snapping?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Humphrey
    Where does the pengin and Trutle fit in?
    I think they both must be cloned mutations? :wink: 8)

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Supreme Canuck
    Whichever side the badger is on will win. Those things are mean!
    That got my vote too! 8)

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    I'd be more sure if it were fox&badger vs. stoat&squirrel

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy Batty
    Quote Originally Posted by The Supreme Canuck
    Whichever side the badger is on will win. Those things are mean!
    That got my vote too! 8)
    Me three.

    Badger > all of them > Squirrel. Easy choice. :wink:

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    Are you looking to name your pub?

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    Badgers are basically bowling balls with claws and teeth. For anyone in Oz, think of a wombat in a really bad mood. Stoats.. anything in the weasel family is fast and deadly.

    The fox and the squirrel are both clever animals, and they would both be smart enough to run away really fast.

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    Badgers are hard as nails! Example being one that was hit by a mates car, promptly stuck two fingers up at him and walked off down the road, leaving my friend with a 800 bill for a new air conditioning unit and bumper!

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    Badgers and mushrooms =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crazieman
    Badgers and mushrooms =)
    Doesn't it go something like this, "badger, badger, badger, badger, mushroom, mushroom, mushroom, snake, snake" ? Next time could we put a snake in the poll?

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    I used to confuse stoats and weasels, until someone pointed out that one is weasily recognised whereas the other is stoatally different.

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    Groan!
    What have I stoated?

    Quote Originally Posted by N C More
    Quote Originally Posted by Crazieman
    Badgers and mushrooms =)
    Doesn't it go something like this, "badger, badger, badger, badger, mushroom, mushroom, mushroom, snake, snake" ? Next time could we put a snake in the poll?
    'Sniggle snake! Oh little snake!' (I think, I'm not playing it again!) Next time I will Adder it in 8)

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    Refuse to be drawn on the snake!

    Badgers, squirrels, foxes and stoats can all live in the same habitat and have their own survival mechanisims. Badgers are essentially nocturnal; eat worms, beatles and roots. Foxes are omniverous and indiscrimate killers given the chance in a chicken run. Stoats are fast, intellegent and will prey on small rodents whilst squirrels are agile daytime feeders on the ground and in the trees they are second only to birds.

    It's not really a contest, each have their own niche.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frogesque
    Refuse to be drawn on the snake!

    Badgers, squirrels, foxes and stoats can all live in the same habitat and have their own survival mechanisims. Badgers are essentially nocturnal; eat worms, beatles and roots. Foxes are omniverous and indiscrimate killers given the chance in a chicken run. Stoats are fast, intellegent and will prey on small rodents whilst squirrels are agile daytime feeders on the ground and in the trees they are second only to birds.

    It's not really a contest, each have their own niche.
    And on that bombshell, here endeth my 1st (& v.silly) poll.
    The Badgers have it, not that there was any real contest
    Out of all of them I see Foxes the most frequently (live near a surburban railway line)... but that's still better than dead people 8)

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    I'm not sure who would win, but I know this:

    Whoever wins, we lose.

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    If a stoat is a weasel, and it's teamed up with a badger, they're more than a match for the fox.

    The fox'll likely try to eat the squirrel anyway, so it'll end up being a two-on-one or even a three-on-one depending on how aggressive the badger's feeling at that moment.

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