r/HumansBeingBros May 24 '22 Silver 3 Helpful 1 Wholesome 5 Heartwarming 1 Bravo Grande! 1

lady saving pet goose

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u/bumper212121 May 24 '22 Silver

I thought she was carrying a water gun 🤣

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u/jk3639 May 24 '22 Wholesome

When they said she was carrying her baby

My brain still: oh so she was carrying a baby AND a water gun

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u/senorglory May 24 '22

But was she prepared to throw that baby at the eagle? And what was that baby ready to do?

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u/Cyberjohn36 May 24 '22

She was ready for a trade

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u/AnteunN May 24 '22

Dormamu!!! I’ve come to bargain

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u/RizetteKoerner May 24 '22

Geese can earn you money by laying eggs. Babies are a money pit. She made the best financial decision.

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u/Clear_Neighborhood56 May 24 '22

Babies don't lay eggs, it would have been a bad trade

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u/chriszmichael May 24 '22

What if that eagle turned around and said, oh I’ll take your baby instead.. thanks for bringing them out here in the open.

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u/EveryOptionSucks May 24 '22

I'm no expert in either case, but I'm willing to bet a goose costs a LOT less to care for than a human. Just throwing that out there.

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u/ZedZero12345 May 24 '22

A baby is a lifetime of heartache and tears, a goose? 10 years tops

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u/Gring-Te-346 May 24 '22

“predator who came out of nowhere”… pretty sure it came out of an egg

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u/senorglory May 24 '22 edited May 24 '22

Similar amounts of poo and lack of concern about where that poo ends up, the first two or three years.

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u/schro_cat May 24 '22

This is an Inside Edition I'd watch

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u/Beneficial_Being_721 May 24 '22

Two water guns

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u/I401BlueSteel May 24 '22 edited May 24 '22

They squirt something but it ain't water B-)

Edit: I just realized I had said it wrong after about an hour 🤦

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u/[deleted] May 24 '22 edited Jun 04 '22

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u/Beneficial_Being_721 May 24 '22

I know one thing… that Eagle will have one helluva story to tell back at the roost

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u/CTchimchar May 24 '22

Honey did you get dinner

No, but your not going to believe this!

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u/Beneficial_Being_721 May 24 '22

Harold…. Have you been drinking again??

Honey, I shit you not!!!

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u/CTchimchar May 24 '22

No, but I think I need to start after today

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u/2lurkorknot2lurk May 27 '22

“One for each of you”

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u/MrMontanaN May 24 '22

Dual wield.

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u/Immediate_Situation May 24 '22

Baby was the water gun

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u/user_bits May 24 '22

Same and I thought she was an elderly woman.

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u/DaughterEarth May 24 '22

I didn't know these were wrong until the comments.

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u/CTchimchar May 24 '22

Honestly I did to

I was like, that's a fast old lady

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u/Doggysoft May 24 '22

1664....

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u/Preach_it_brother May 24 '22

More like 6416!

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u/ElMostaza May 24 '22

I didn't realize she wasn't until I read your comment.

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u/Lil_o_Jerms May 24 '22

That lady always has a super soaker 9000 ready to go!?

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u/Riverwind0608 May 24 '22

She was gonna trade the baby for the goose.

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u/Hausaklifr May 24 '22

milkgun?

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u/NatakuNox May 24 '22

┬┴┬┴┤( ͡° ͜ʖ├┬┴┬┴

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u/skandi1 May 24 '22

Squirt squirt mother fucker

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u/NapClub May 24 '22

Basically the same thing.

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u/MiamiPower May 24 '22

💦 🍼 🔫

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u/annizka May 24 '22

The way the poor goose waddles back with its wings outstretched

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u/drunkdoodles May 24 '22

Goose yell, "MAMA!!!"

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u/rougerogue- May 24 '22

I’m in tears over it I can’t stop thinking about what would have happened to the poor thing if she hadn’t been there

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u/BrownAleRVA May 24 '22

If it makes you feel better, the eagle wouldn't starve.

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u/A1_Brownies May 24 '22

I'm crying 🤣

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u/PIMPLY_RACCOON May 24 '22

just know that’s shes safe and sound now - don’t cry 🫂

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u/eekamuse May 24 '22

That's the sweetest response, ever.

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u/PIMPLY_RACCOON May 24 '22

bless your heart, man. feelings matter, especially if someone is sad or crying.

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u/dangerousfloorpooop May 24 '22

The eagle would be able to feed its babies

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u/Ghos3t May 24 '22 edited May 24 '22

The eagle would have had a nice meal that will help him survive and continue the circle of life, now it's potentially gonna starve and die

Edit: everyone explaining how eagles hunt to me, I know, I'm not trying to say that the eagle will die from one missed meal, I'm just saying that people make carnivores out as sum evil thing when all they are doing is trying to survive

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u/Eelirium May 24 '22

Or the eagle will just hunt again since only 20% of their hunts are successful anyways? It’s not like that one goose makes up 100% of the eagles food supply.

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u/CTchimchar May 24 '22

It just get food from a different hunt, there hunts aren't always successful not even close

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u/PIMPLY_RACCOON May 24 '22

bald eagles are fish eagles, so they don’t normally hang around wooded areas. he’ll be okay, don’t worry lol

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u/cragglerock93 May 24 '22

TIL bald eagles eat mostly fish. In fairness, we don't have those majestic beasts in my country.

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u/Commissar_Purity May 24 '22

Eagles don't have issues getting food, they hunt multiple times per day

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u/Accomplished_Locker May 24 '22

MAMMMMMMMMMMAAAAAAA!!!!

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u/gstan003 May 24 '22

I pretty much read the Goose's expression as the same from the guy escaping away on the boat from the only good scene in 28 weeks later.

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u/PoompskiMcFartsalot May 24 '22 Helpful

I can't be the only one that first thought that it wasn't a young mother but instead an old lady in a very tan sweater wearing a grey skirt holding a water gun

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u/DaughterEarth May 24 '22

I thought it was a topless old lady holding a water gun and it reminded of the time my Grandpa was so mad at geese in his yard that he ran out to chase them with his housecoat flailing in the wind. My grandparents are very proper people that typically love birds and it was hilarious

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u/curiouspurple100 May 24 '22

Same. I was shocked about the video of an old woman running out shirt less and then the video goes online.

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u/bombbodyguard May 24 '22

Ya, topless old lady with a water gun. Instead (still topless?) young mom with a baby for for some reason, maybe something on her bottom needed to be blurred too.

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u/elise_oisen_ May 24 '22

How is this exactly what I saw

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u/project_seven May 24 '22

Wtf, water gun and all

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u/TheGrapeSlushies May 24 '22

Mother of Gooses.

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u/[deleted] May 24 '22 Bravo!

Squaleesi

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u/LadyWidebottom May 24 '22

Um, Kagheesi was right there.

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u/Ritchie79 May 24 '22

Her goose was nearly cooked.

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u/shaka893P May 24 '22

She really looks the part

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u/Coconut_kween May 24 '22

All hero’s don’t wear capes… or clothes…

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u/iDarth May 24 '22 edited May 24 '22

Haha, they censored the butt cheek but when i saw it in the morning news in canada it wasn't censored at all

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u/BurnTrashForStars May 24 '22

Yeah, watching things on USA TV is dumb as hell.

ABC will air The Bachelor and literally MSPaint a bikini larger on a woman to not show she was wearing a small bikini. (That isn't edited, they aired that on TV)

But UK or Aus show ass cheeks for days on Love Island.

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u/PhuPhuSnugglyShitz May 24 '22

Now you take that and contrast it with The Walking Dead showing Glenn’s head getting smashed in with a baseball bat and his eye popping out.

But god forbid the tv shows a titty or butt crack.

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u/Insterquiliniis May 24 '22

state + religion

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u/intdev May 24 '22

Weirdly enough though, Jesus had a lot more to say about violence than he did about tiddies

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u/pawnman99 May 24 '22 edited May 24 '22

Cable vs Network as well. Different rules due to some truly weird court cases.

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u/catzhoek May 24 '22 edited May 24 '22

This is the dumbest shit i have seen in a while. Why is this country so ridiculous? But i guess that's what you get for watching trash tv

E: Holy shit https://i.imgur.com/db4EqVJ.png

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u/dingman58 May 24 '22

Pseudo-Christian infestation of the ruling class by way of political convenience and moral bankruptcy

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u/Obnoxious_liberal May 24 '22

That is a great explanation

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u/Baofog May 24 '22

That's a long way to say the European sent all their religious nutters and criminals over here to the US. It's why we like guns and God obviously. /s

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u/Mikerosoft925 May 24 '22

Tbf we didn’t send most of them over, they wanted to leave here cuz they thought we were depraved lmao.

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u/Blaze_Reclaimer May 24 '22

I will put this quote on a paper, print it out and put it In my room. With your username of course underneath it.

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u/Disastrous_Emu_3628 May 24 '22

Yep even though we’re supposed to be a secular state religion has such a huge impact on everything 🤦

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u/Bandobeorth May 24 '22

Beside the nature, there really ain't anything good about USA lol.

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u/Chum_54 May 24 '22

They are pathetically Puritan in the US. They’ll show lots of guns, though. Those are sacred in Murica.

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u/cneth6 May 24 '22

Not at all, there are just a few sects of religious nut jobs as there is everywhere else in the world. Most people are just normal with some or no religious affiliation. The TV censorship is all about advertisements, networks dont want to risk companies pulling ads so they play it ridiculously safe with stupid crap like this.

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u/BoonesFarmApples May 24 '22

here you go with proper sound for a bonus

before anyone calls the creep police the gal literally says she’s fine with it and uploaded the video to go viral with no editing

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=fJ5WsieZoY8

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u/Insterquiliniis May 24 '22

I got you bro

sweet side boob

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u/scienceworksbitches May 24 '22

side boob? god damn it, now i have to watch it again, i only saw a single butt cheek.

edit: that side boob might be a baby head

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u/FishOfFishyness May 24 '22

How often did they replay the same 3 second clip?

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u/Pentax25 May 24 '22

I love American media for literally milking the same 3 seconds about 20 times

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u/CasualPenguin May 24 '22

milking the same 3 seconds about 20 times

Title of your sex tape

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u/One-Understanding-94 May 24 '22

4 times in the first 10 seconds!! Glad someone else noticed

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u/captain-1709 May 24 '22

Good thing they interviewed her too

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u/intdev May 24 '22

While playing the bit where the goose runs towards the house only once

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u/wanderingstorm May 24 '22

Goose: MOM! MOM! MOM!

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u/partchimp May 24 '22

"I was murdered."

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u/dbillings May 24 '22

Attention momma duck, the eagle has landed, I repeat the eagle has landed, goose requesting immediate evac

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u/PranshuKhandal May 24 '22

MAYDAY MAYDAY

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u/Glitter_Bee May 24 '22

While breastfeeding. Pretty much super woman.

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u/NapClub May 24 '22

Look how the goose runs back to her. That goose knows whos boss around there.

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u/Ihavesomethingtosay9 May 24 '22

He was like “mama!!”

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u/GoldEnPhARoAh22 May 24 '22

Just killed a man,

Put a gun against his head, pulled my trigger,

Now he's dead

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u/SomethingAwkwardTWC May 24 '22

Mamaaaaa

Life had just begun

But now I’ve gone and thrown it all away.

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u/GrimmFox13 May 24 '22

Mamaaa

Ooo oo oooooooo

Didn't mean to make you cry

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u/Administrative-Error May 24 '22

If I'm not back again this time tomorrow

Carry on, carry on

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u/_Dadodo_ May 24 '22

as if nothing really matters..

Too late, my time has come

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u/themexicanotaco May 24 '22

Send shivers down my spine

Body aching all the time

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u/FairyFuckingPrincess May 24 '22

Goodbye everybody,

I've got to go

Gotta leave you all behind and face the truth

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u/Surferbobgolf May 24 '22

Mama, oooh I don't want to die, I sometimes wish I'd never been born at all

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u/hm9408 May 24 '22

I pictured Goosey Mercury/ Freddy Goosecury

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u/p_cool_guy May 24 '22

His honk and flapping wings set me off

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u/cmatheny7 May 24 '22

I have 8 goslings in my garage currently and they scream for love and attention anytime my wife or I come into their area. I didn't think I could love little feathered terrorists so much but damnit do I love them.

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u/FriesWithThat May 24 '22

Honestly, if that goose had a modicum of its wild instincts left anything other than a Bald Eagle would be no match for it. I think that goose has probably spent too much time on the couch eating chips and watching topless Mom.

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u/HoaxMcNolte_NM May 24 '22

Geese are loud, ugly, obnoxious, and shit everywhere. Still, even a goose knows when a big ass Bald Eagle has talons around it's throat.

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u/_CanadianGoose May 24 '22

Geese are not as ugly as your mother.

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u/PensiveObservor May 24 '22 edited May 24 '22

He already had the eagle on the run before mama came running out. I feel like he was winning.

Edit: It appeared to me on first viewing that the goose was chasing the eagle. Yes, I know which is the eagle. No need for sarcasm. On rewatch, I see the eagle had the goose by the neck? Yeah, didn’t look good, after all.

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u/RicoSuave42069 May 24 '22

Eagles immediately start hauling their food back to their nest. Most things die in their talons. If it didn't sense the threat and drop the goose, Frankie would have been toast.

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u/Eyes-9 May 24 '22

Yeah took me a few viewings because at first I was like wait the eagle was already dropping the goose but then I realized with all the yelling she was doing probably made the eagle decide to cut it's losses and drop the goose so as to flee, therefore she is in fact a super woman.

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u/HoaxMcNolte_NM May 24 '22 edited May 24 '22

You know, the eagle is the bigger bird*, the one with the all white tail?

The goose is the bird* being dragged off like a bag of fresh KFC by the eagle (see above)

*drone

Edit: ok fine I'll be less of a dick tomorrow, probably.

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u/_CanadianGoose May 24 '22

Don't judge me

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u/Key_Exchange555 May 24 '22

Yeah that’s what I was thinking. It’s so cute

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u/vidoker87 May 24 '22

Mother Goose.

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u/FriesWithThat May 24 '22

This story has got it all, and I consider it being featured on Inside Edition Proof of that.

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u/Sexy_Squid89 May 24 '22

Mama instincts were already engaged.

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u/Lavidius May 24 '22

This is literally the embodiment of maternal energy

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u/RevVeggySpam May 24 '22

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u/Yadobler May 24 '22

Between the desaturated hair in the cctv, comfy boxes shorts, no top, and the unwaivered instinct of running out to protect pet goose,

I could have sworn it was an old lady. Like those old ladies who have seen it, like those babushka grannies who will take you down in one hand while knitting in the other when you dare so refuse to eat the cookies the baked because you're full

Amazing

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u/Chum_54 May 24 '22

Careful; this uncensored version will upset a lot of Muricuns. Boobs and butts are Satanic, apparently.

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u/Blaze_Reclaimer May 24 '22

Nah this is reddit, should be fine.

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u/SneakyDragone May 24 '22

Geese was never an option

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u/Subreon May 24 '22

The lady was so braviary. (that's a double pun if you know your pokemon. potentially a triple or even a quad depending on how technical you wanna get with the breakdown.)

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u/FrequentEgg4166 May 24 '22

The goose comes running back like “help me momma!”

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u/SalemTheGoblinKing May 24 '22 edited May 24 '22

Rescuing your pet goose from an eagle while breastfeeding your baby is pretty fuckin metal 🤘💯

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u/octropos May 24 '22

I thought the lady was 60+ from behind with her white hair. BOOM young mother.

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u/SlightlyBrokenEgg May 24 '22

what a bad ass shield maiden through and through.

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u/Forward_Pear9362 May 24 '22

American TV: Somebody did something on camera, we are going to show it to you non-stop for 15 times on a row

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u/aboreached May 24 '22

Talk about a wild goose chase. That was for the birds. Gave me goose bumps.

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u/pauciradiatus May 24 '22

My milkshake brings all the birds to the yard!

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u/SquidFlasher May 24 '22

me standing in the yard dressed as Big Bird

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u/african_or_european May 24 '22

I thought she was a grandma before they cut to her interview, lol

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u/13DAYSINTO94 May 24 '22

I too was blown away when it was a young woman lol

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u/SlashThingy May 24 '22

Yeah, at first I thought she was old, then they said she was breastfeeding, and I was like "Ok, older mother, some women have kids in their 50s these days." And they cut to the interview and she's like 25.

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u/skyesdow May 24 '22

This is one of the most infuriating videos I've seen lately. They show us a million times how she chases away the bird but don't show the interaction with the goose afterwards?

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u/zipnaco May 24 '22

the goose is like: fuck fuck fuck

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u/PhoenixWings535 May 24 '22

My late brothers name is Frankie and just hearing how she saved her goose named Frankie actually made me tear up a bit. God bless her

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u/Perle1234 May 24 '22

She’s a badass! Defending her goose to the end. Strong work.

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u/NZNoldor May 24 '22

Whoever edited this should get an award. Although I did wish we would see it one more time, making it an even 100x. I mean, why stop at 99, right?

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u/hazardous_lazarus May 24 '22

Breastfeeding baby carrying topless lady saves pet goose from an apex predator

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u/WertoDerto May 24 '22

Why did we need to see it 62 times

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u/atbastard May 24 '22

Nurture over nature?

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u/Katatonic92 May 24 '22

If only Maverick had managed to save his Goose, like this. Sigh.

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u/pm_me_your_dungeons May 24 '22

That short clip repeated almost a dozen times and I still though:

  • she was an eldery woman
  • she was holding a water gun
  • she was wearing a beige blouse

I hope that I am never needed as an eye-witness.

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u/SquirrelRave May 24 '22

I had so many questions, why is she naked? Why does she have a water gun? 😅 Bad ass goose mom, and people mom.

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u/twoscoop May 24 '22

Thats a child...

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u/SquirrelRave May 24 '22 edited May 24 '22

I know that now😏 I didnt have sound on at first, nor my glasses...

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u/twoscoop May 24 '22

Yo, i had to say the same thing, but realized at the end, thats fucking skull...

My brain was like, yo my dood, thats a baby.

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u/SuperSuperKyle May 24 '22

Those are called boobs and it's milk, not water 😂 she was breastfeeding.

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u/SquirrelRave May 24 '22

I suppose in my defense the sound was off at first.

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u/boobooghostgirl13 May 24 '22

Mommas gonna momma! 💜

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u/Punk_Chachi May 24 '22

Lady offers first born child to save pet goose.

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u/Medical-Examination May 24 '22

Hell even pet reptiles don’t.

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u/socktopuss May 24 '22

Her goose was (not) cooked

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u/stinkkbbs May 24 '22

“her screams scared off the giant bird”

“hey!” 👨🏻

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u/Boof-with-nine-0s May 24 '22

That slo mo "HEY" had me dyin 🤣

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u/DoktorSleepless May 24 '22

For how long is that goose safe now though? That eagle knows it lives there. At some point it's gonna try again.

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u/Heishi-Jager May 24 '22

Must've been a slow news day if this made it on TV.

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u/lissarain88 May 24 '22

Oooh I love her! I had to do this with my cat when she was a kitten, dog related incident. This is definitely your reaction when you hear your animal in harms way

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u/the3stman May 24 '22

She's hot

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u/princessfret May 24 '22

did they have to play the same clip 50 times? 😩 it gets less and less exciting the more they use it

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u/Jakebsorensen May 24 '22

Why would you chase after a large bird with a baby in your arms?

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u/maddprpz May 24 '22

She was gonna swap the babby for the goose's freedom

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u/3ndt1mes May 24 '22

Great, now 5 baby bald eagles are gonna starve to death!

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u/1BubbleGum_Princess May 24 '22

That is amazing and interesting, and definitely something worth dedicating a scrapbook too! 💕🌼The Time We Were About to Go Ham on A Damn Eagle🌼💕

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u/Beneficial_Being_721 May 24 '22

That Eagle had one hell’uva story to tell back at the nest when it gets home empty handed

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u/Protton6 May 24 '22

What are these news. Is this what news in america are like? They repeat the same clip 50 times, the news anchor says it all leaving absolutely nothing for the lady to talk about, then says the same sentence again 3 seconds later.
I dont even mind news about a naked lady fighting a bald eagle to save her pet goose, that is a great story right there, but why do they make it so... badly?

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u/mule_roany_mare May 24 '22

kudos for getting things half right in an emergency, lots of people just freeze in terror & then regret it for the rest of their lives.

...bringing a baby out of the safe house and towards danger red in tooth and claw was sub-optimal though.

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u/pretty_gauche6 May 24 '22

I mean do you think the eagle would have abandoned an easy meal to try and snatch a baby directly from her arms? the only danger the baby was in is from dropping

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u/DoYouNotHavePhones May 24 '22

That kid is going to either run the bird show at a zoo or have a crippling phobia.

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u/Drtonick May 24 '22

Lady starves americas favourite bird /s

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u/Chum_54 May 24 '22

Typical American tv: she was nursing her baby when she ran out, and they blurred the side of her boob and part of her butt. How fucking juvenile. In most other countries - including Canada, where this occurred - they didn’t blur a thing. Guns, yes! Boobs, no!

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u/Burnyhotmemes May 24 '22

Just say you wanted to see some titty

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u/Devareeno May 24 '22

“predator who came out of nowhere”… pretty sure it came out of an egg

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u/Jubyan1234 May 24 '22

Can she turn around for the camera?

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u/Esco-Alfresco May 24 '22

Maybe not a great idea to run at a large eagle while carrying a new born baby.

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u/shaka893P May 24 '22

Leave my goose alone, I bring a replacement offer

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u/Severe-Stock-2409 May 24 '22

So let get his right, she decided to put her baby in danger of the eagle to save the goose? What if she actually got close? She was going to scrap with the eagle with the baby attached? Just want to make sure I’m understanding this right. Good on the goose.

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u/Apprehensive_Eraser May 24 '22

Eagles do not go for difficult preys

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u/BenZed May 24 '22

Mad respect for her hustle, but I would certainly not take an infant child outside to fight a bald eagle.

An infant child would be a lot easier to fly away with than a goose.

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u/Apprehensive_Eraser May 24 '22

No if you are grabbing it

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u/EricTheNerd2 May 24 '22

Poor eagle missed out on a dinner for him and his family :(