Look What Grandma Found

November 19th, 2013

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“We live near a man-made lake that they partially drain during the winter. We were walking around were the water had receded when Grandma called us over to share her discovery. Probably one of the strangest pictures I have ever seen. “

(submitted by Lea)

64 Responses to “Look What Grandma Found”

  1. therapist says:

    my God, if that animal had legs, it’d be flailing about.
    Weird how it’s letting her hold it like that.

  2. tw_holt says:

    Your grandma is an attractive woman.

  3. JammyJam says:

    I live on a dirt road in the middle of nowhere. People hunt on our land and our neighbors’ and sometimes field dress their deer. They usually just leave the carcasses so it is nothing for my neighbors dogs to drag the skulls, with spines intact, into my yard and his. My grandpa used to have a dachschund that would do the same and chew on the bones for as long as they would last.

  4. Laura says:

    Grandma looks exactly (except for the hair) like my sister. We have GOT to be related….this is unbelievable!!! They could be twins.

  5. NicoleSzcz says:

    Ok, as soon as I saw this picture I laughed, and then I said to myself “Don’t look at the comments, don’t look at the comments”, because I knew there would be the “This isn’t awkward” and “Let’s debate the species of the skeleton” comments. Really people? Who gives a ___?!? You a***** should be banned. Don’t waste our time!

  6. Felecia says:

    I’m glad she’s wearing gloves!

  7. Antag says:

    hay you finally found Jimmy Hoffa !!

  8. Aimee says:

    Look Ma, no skin!

  9. JPM says:

    The really awkward thing is that she insisted on using it to make soup.

  10. Hugo says:

    Way to go mom.

  11. Laina says:

    It looks like the skeleton is going, “Heeeeeeeyyyyy.”

  12. Erin says:

    I’m pretty sure that’s Sarah Palin.

  13. Nick says:

    Pronghorn antelope. If you look closely, you can see the forward tines on each horn. Deer antlers don’t come out of the skull at that angle either, they’re more off to the sides. Pretty cool find. I’m guessing this is somewhere in the US Southwest; Colorado or Wyoming perhaps?

    • Mistie says:

      Wyoming born and bread. Neither Wyoming, nor Colorado are the “Southwest” That is New Mexico, Arizona, and parts of Texas and even California, but not Wyoming or Colorado, these are the WEST. When you hear stories of “How the west was won, they are talking about western North & South Dakota, Wyoming, Montana, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, Washington, Oregon, [northern] California, Idaho, Alaska, Texas and Oklahoma.. You must be from the east coast or another country. Although your geographical guess is inaccurate, it does appear to be an antelope and they are prevelent in WY and CO, as well as other WESTern states.

      • Ben says:

        Gotta love that state-I will write an essay correcting something that could be done in a sentence-pride. Born and “bread” indeed.

      • Jordan says:

        Ease up on Ben. Clearly he is not an American native, as is indicated by his need to preface “Southwest” with “US;” a resident of the East Coast would not refer to this region of the country in such a manner. Given this fact, it is not unreasonable for Ben to be unfamiliar with parts of US geography; additionally, it would be rational to assume just by looking at a map of the US that Colorado and Wyoming belong to the Southwest. Your condescendingly selective capitalization is unnecessary and rude. I doubt your knowledge of world geography is absolute; there is no justification for your pretentious demeanor. Comments like yours just perpetuate the narcissistic stereotype of American culture.

      • ThatWriterGuy says:

        Mmmmm…Wyoming bread.

    • Leslie says:

      Don’t think it’s an antelope – that’s a spike deer – you can see the at the bottom of the antler where it connects to the skull is where it would be shed – we find deer skulls like this all the time and antlers come out exactly like that.

    • Jaime says:

      Not even close to a pronghorn! It’s a spike deer, more then likely a mule deer due to the height. Antelope have horns, not antlers, and they are completely different.

      • Anonymous says:

        Due to its height? It’s a skull and backbone, unless you see something the rest of us are missing. Why does everyone have to pretend to know everything and make an ass of themselves. Laugh at the picture and move on. You’re ruining it for the rest of us!

  14. Bonnie says:

    I hope when I am a grandma I am half as hot as she is!

  15. Dawn says:

    It may not be “awkward” but it’s pretty freaking cool. I like that g’ma.

  16. CarrieM says:

    She doesn’t look like my Grandma. She’s not going to take the bones home and boil them for soup.

  17. Ethel B. Darned says:

    It’s only awkward if it’s in the Pets section.

  18. Kimmy says:

    I was gonna say a jackalope without the leg bones. Wow.

  19. Don says:

    Help me get this back to cabin and we’ll boil this into stew!

  20. You're All Idiots says:

    It’s a walrus skeleton.

  21. Lizzie says:

    I don’t find this awkward at all…all I see is a friendly looking woman holding an odd looking skeleton. I think she must be intelligent & not afraid of getting her hands dirty in order to check this odd skeleton out. Three cheers for her!

  22. Yor Mom says:

    That’s not awkward.

  23. lollerskates says:

    Not bad, Grandma… a 2-point buck. Slow and steady wins the race!

  24. mike says:

    Hmmm… looks like either a chupacabra or a jackalope to me.

  25. Melissa says:

    uhhh, what the eff, Grandma?????

  26. deb says:

    What was that?

  27. Elizabeth says:

    Good grief!! The stuff of nightmares!!!

  28. Anne R. Kay says:

    Winter* and where*; you’re welcome!

  29. Lori says:

    Cool…not awkward?

  30. Joy says:

    How is it any different, really, from hunters holding their dead deer up by the antlers to pose for a pic?

  31. Victoria says:

    That’s actually pretty cool. Go grandma!

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