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Wait'll he finds out about our coyotes

Some guy who just moved to Boston (to go to BC, from the looks of things), is freaked out by all the turkeys in Boston.

Ed. note: Tonight, I opened our side door to throw out some trash and there was an oppssum just sitting there, all "don't kill me!"

H/t The Pumpkin Spice Must Flow.

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Did you mean there a possum?

Tomaaaaaahto.....

wait until he comes out after the first snow and sees old toilets and baby strollers marking people’s parking spots

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Wait until the pot holes come after his car. Or if he doesn't drive and instead take the trains and buses he'll just move again.

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freaked out by all the turkeys in Boston.

As are many Bostonians, he'll fit right in.

not impressed. Its fall, the grown pullets are still hanging with mom and pop. In Dot we have rafters of 10.

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I've counted up to 9 turkeys at a time in my yard in Fields Corner, and I may have missed one, so 10 is an accurate number. This turkey business is some serious business.

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Wait until he gets mugged in the Commons

*Common

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like Northie?

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Like SoWa.

I haven't figured out why the trolls even come here, let alone come back. We're just not that entertaining.

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We understand you're notfromboston. But you don't have to keep proving it.

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...it's pretty obvious that it's trolling.

*Common

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I freak out about the racoons here. They get pretty damn large for living in the city.

This shows that Hollywood/Tokyo have shown a failure of imagination when it comes to giant monsters. First a giant gorilla, then it's all dinosaurs (except for Mothra. Let's hear it for Mothra!). Really, there are so many more possibilities. I would love to see a big-budget picture in which the Pru is destroyed during an epic battle between a 400-foot raccoon and a turkey that uses Fenway park as a nest.

After the Sox game last night, I was in Brookline near Carlton St and in the shadows up the road ahead was probably a coyote...maybe a lost dog?

Just figure when the inevitable "dingo eats a baby" story comes around, we'll have at least had prior warning.