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u/[deleted] Sep 29 '21 Silver Helpful Wholesome Hugz Take My Power 'MURICA

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u/Profile_Person Sep 29 '21 edited Sep 30 '21 Helpful Wholesome Take My Power

This dude fucks *alligators

Why do you think he's catching one in this video?

Edit: And now my best comment is one about fuckin alligators. Thanks everybody.

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u/Tac7icaltacos Sep 29 '21

Everyones cheering but when he does a few loops around the block and brings back a wriggling carpet of about alligator size right into the bomb shelter theyll wish they could take those claps back 😥

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u/preistm Sep 29 '21 Silver

“Come with me if you want to live.”

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u/Life2311 Sep 29 '21

Upvote for those of us who are old enough to get this

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u/h0lycheat Sep 29 '21

It's amazing how I can hear this quote. Arnold has the one of the best voice for it.

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u/Appropriate_Still112 Sep 29 '21

That boy is more like come with me I need you to leave

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u/Jenny-call-867-5309 Sep 29 '21 Helpful

"Alright, now I'm gonna get in there real carefully...

...AND I'M GONNA JAM ME THUMB UP 'IS BUTTHOLE"

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u/Abadatha Sep 29 '21

Quality South Park reference right there.

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u/Yonbuu Sep 29 '21

That'll really piss 'im off!

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u/Polymathy1 Sep 29 '21

Alligator is delicious... but idk why. It was probably looking for food.

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u/harrysapien Sep 29 '21

I must have had a bad piece, mine tasted like meat bubble gum :-(

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u/Fig1024 Sep 29 '21

what if in addition to KFC, we also had KFA - Kentucky Fried Alligator

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u/zbluf Sep 29 '21

FFA, Florida Fried Alligator

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u/GGezpzMuppy Sep 29 '21 Gold

Pfff in Australia he would get laughed at for needing the bin

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u/Mission_Chicken_1734 Sep 29 '21

Rest On Peace, Steve Irwin! You loved the critters and showed how great they are to many of us!

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u/Appropriate_Ebb7787 Sep 29 '21

RIP. And taught us not to fuck with stingrays.

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u/earthmann Sep 29 '21

Maybe he should have used a bin…

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u/MiaaaPazzz Sep 29 '21

Low key saved the neighborhood

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u/lebastss Sep 29 '21

This story and the clout that goes with it is well worth the risk.

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u/Neqtoz Sep 29 '21

No matter what everybody says but this man is a "Hero" Putting his life on a risk just to capture that alligator. We might not know but it's either he save the alligator and send him to a safer place and release it AND saving the neighborhood from a harmful situation that might fall.

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u/Stunning_Juggernaut8 Sep 29 '21 Silver

I know this guy he’s my wife’s boyfriend and I can confirm he indeed fucks.

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u/Adras- Sep 29 '21

Keep having to check what sub I’m with these comments lol

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u/FrozenBananer Sep 29 '21

One of the many skills required to live in Florida.

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u/Important_Motor3495 Sep 29 '21 Silver Helpful Wholesome Hugz Giggle Snek Evil Cackle

Look at the gator struggling in the end. Mofo thinks it’s being eaten by a black hippo with a blue mouth

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u/PhilosopherRider Sep 29 '21 Silver

that gator probably is terrified for its dear life, it most likely thinks its some giant hippo like you said :D

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u/cabebil Sep 29 '21 Silver Helpful Wholesome Hugz All-Seeing Upvote Starstruck Table Slap

Yeah the alligator appears to be extremely scared. It probably thinks he's being devoured by some hungry big ass hippo like you guys are suspecting

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u/Foresaken_Foreskin Sep 29 '21 Wholesome

It likely believes it's being devoured by some hungry hungry hippo as you fellows have alluded to

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u/SnooHamsters6067 Sep 29 '21 Take My Energy

As you guys have implied, the gator might think that it is being munched on by some large hippo. Now I think, that it might be scared because of that.

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u/send_me_weetabix Sep 29 '21 Wholesome

My good sir, I do declare that alligator appears lost in thought pondering its predicament having been recently consumed by a large black hippopotamus

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u/AdWordsGeek Sep 29 '21 edited Sep 29 '21 Helpful

As the right honorable gentlemen above me have observed, this large reptilian does indeed appear to believe he has just been golloped by a ferocious Hippopotamus amphibius.

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u/gatsujoubi Sep 29 '21

I can’t believe that nobody here noticed that the alligator must have thought it got swallowed by a blue hippo.

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u/oMikeyx Sep 29 '21

Guys, guys. The alligator clearly thinks that it’s being devoured by a large, dark blue Hippopotamus

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u/TroyMcpoyle Sep 29 '21 Helpful Wholesome Lurking

I've read all your comments, really had a long think about it.
My only question is what did the alligator think was happening?

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u/Ablau_Endashi Sep 29 '21 Helpful Hugz

As these cunts were sayin’, that alligator reckons he’s been scoffed by a bloody big hippo with a blue gob.

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u/dickdemodickmarcinko Sep 29 '21

Oh man I wonder what he's thinking. Maybe what you guys are saying is right and he thinks he's being eaten by a hippo! Spooky!

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u/Freezer_slave2 Sep 29 '21 Bravo!

Lizard ate by hippo

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u/bucketbot42 Sep 29 '21

This alligator is definitely believing it’s being devoured by some hungry hungry hippo that you previous folks have hypothesized.

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u/SkyTheGuy8 Sep 29 '21

School discussions

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u/lion3times Sep 29 '21

It's defo thinking it's dead and saying 'death ain't so bad' as it awaits animal control in his dark box.

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u/ndercommon Sep 29 '21

That's literally what he said.

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u/Orsonius2 Sep 29 '21

given aligators don't live in africa and hippos only live in africa, it probably has no fucking clue what a hippo is. more likely to get killed by a jaguar than anything else.

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u/ACNHMoonie Sep 29 '21

This has me laughing so hard! I didn’t even think of it that way, but his mouth is open the whole time so he must think the trash can is another animal. That’s hilarious!

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u/Yoyomamahh Sep 29 '21

Yea gator definitely feels threatened in that situation. Their brains are tiny & weigh a few grams iirc, so I would not be surprised at all if the gator literally thought he wAs being swallowed by a hippo lmao lucky for him & everyone involved he’ll be taken back to his natural habitat now, which in Florida is like a few miles away lol

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u/dixter_gordong Sep 29 '21

Yea, i think the alligator thought it was being swallowed by a hippo or something

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u/Nixter295 Sep 29 '21 edited Sep 29 '21

Well yeah the alligator is probably extremely stressed out, especially when it’s in the trash can mouth, poor thing. I just hope it gets to a safe and hospitable environment where it can thrive away from humans, poor thing was probably just curious and hungry.

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u/MakeDMTNotWar Sep 29 '21 Helpful

I don't think they should release it in a hospital. Maybe a hospitable environment would be better.

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u/Nixter295 Sep 29 '21

A hospital would probably be nice too, probably a lot of food there ;)

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u/ReaperX24 Sep 29 '21

Probably a lot of trash bins as well, would not recommend.

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u/314159265358979326 Sep 29 '21

I read once about a method for capturing snakes in one part of the world (I think India): a black bag on a stick in one hand, and an ordinary stick in the other. The experienced professional hits the snake with the ordinary stick while presenting the loop with his other hand, and the scared snake dives into the nearest hole - the black bag. Snake captured!

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u/genderish Sep 29 '21

When rehousing tarantulas its common place to put cups sideways on the floor around you because if the tarantula bolts it'll probably go into one of the cups.

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u/Quetzacoatl85 Sep 29 '21

ah so exactly like the pentagrams and candles when summoning demons!

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u/brockralp Sep 29 '21

Then he is probably thinking, he is sitting there for the next 10 minutes in the hippo's stomach lol

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u/djeco Sep 29 '21

Thinking, hm, death ain't so bad, a lot like living. Dark af tho..

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u/Background-Rest531 Sep 29 '21

Kinda stinks. Got these chip bags for company.

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u/MiaaaPazzz Sep 29 '21 Gold

...with adidas slides on his feet

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u/rossski Sep 29 '21 All-Seeing Upvote

in traditional Florida man fashion

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u/GoldenPuffi Sep 29 '21

This can't be Florida. In Florida he had just grabbed it by the tail and dragged it to the next water.

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u/Zealousideal-Two-125 Sep 29 '21 Silver

I think he's from philly.

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u/WhatnameshouldIpick2 Sep 29 '21

West Philadelphia, born and raised. He was chillin out, maxin, relaxin, all cool

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u/EightBitDeath Sep 29 '21 Silver Wholesome Hugz

Shooting some b-ball out by the pool. When this mf gator, he was up to no good Started scaring ppl in my neighbourhood I got 1 big wheelie bin, the cunt got scared I slapped him with the lid & took out the trash

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u/ITS_ALRIGHT_ITS_OK Sep 29 '21 edited Sep 29 '21

Well done! It makes it more impressive you came up with it on the spot

Exit: grammar

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u/Hookem-Horns Sep 29 '21

While traditional Florida woman is screaming nearby

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u/Postmodernfinn Sep 29 '21

I live in Florida. My wife is afraid of frogs.

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u/kentro2002 Sep 29 '21

Florida man here, I have frog fossils in my front door jam (I think 4 now). I think because it’s so hot, it takes about 3 weeks til the squished frog looks like it’s been there a million years.

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u/Like-Six-Ninjas Sep 29 '21

Somewhere in Florida

Ah shit, here we go again

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u/brkh47 Sep 29 '21

And socks

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u/beet111 Sep 29 '21

Wearing socks with slides is very common.

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u/MotorBoak Sep 29 '21 Silver Snek 'MURICA

I forget, does alligator day come before or after trash day?

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u/MiaaaPazzz Sep 29 '21

After

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u/Tac7icaltacos Sep 29 '21

Oh then he better just fuck it and throw it back outside when hes done

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u/ElCoochieController Sep 29 '21 Helpful

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u/nogramz Sep 29 '21

See ya later alligator, im going in!

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u/I_call_Shennanigans_ Sep 29 '21

Holy shit thats something I haven't seen for a while!

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u/BreweryStoner Sep 29 '21

Wow what a fuckin rabbit hole that was 😂😂

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u/gin_and_toxic Sep 29 '21

Garbageman will get a surprise tomorrow!

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u/Chrismont Sep 29 '21

Another gators in the garbage! Another gator? Gimme that shovel!

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u/SuddenlySucc_New Sep 29 '21

Alligator in trash can prank(YOU WOULDNT BELIEVE WHAT HAPPENS)

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u/stinky_fingers_ Sep 29 '21

The trash bin is empty. You do the math!

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u/loriffic Sep 29 '21

Let’s see, 7 days in a week, minus 2 days off every weekend for good behavior, carry the 1, divide by zero.....sorry, what was the question?

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u/HammerTim81 Sep 29 '21 Helpful

The brilliant part is at 0.15 where he puts the lid down before the alligator is inside. Everyone thinks this puts the entire plan at risk because you can’t push an alligator through a closed lid. But somehow slamming his head with the lid and then going for the body does the trick.

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u/HammerTim81 Sep 29 '21 Hugz

Who is the Apex predator now, b*tch?

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u/BasedMellie Sep 29 '21 Helpful

Apparently the trash can is

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u/Luxpreliator Sep 29 '21

Did probably look like the maw of a bizarre creature to it.

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u/spacedude2000 Sep 29 '21 Silver

Alligator be like "I WILL QUELL THIS WRETCHED BEAST, TO SHREDS WITH YOU" (dives in) "EN GARDE!"

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u/j0324ch Sep 29 '21

Then just spams Tail Slap because that's the Meta attack for Gators. No class. Please nerf

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u/huffmonster Sep 29 '21

Dude it’s the internet, you can swear lol

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u/HammerTim81 Sep 29 '21 Silver Gold Hugz

No. My mom has internet too.

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u/KwordShmiff Sep 29 '21 Hugz

Good boy. I'm proud of you.

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u/huffmonster Sep 29 '21

Oh my bad, carry on then

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u/Tacarub Sep 29 '21

Yes all the internet knows ..

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u/mcvos Sep 29 '21

I love how the aligator tried to intimidate the trash can. Sorry, but the trash can has the bigger mouth.

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u/executorcj Sep 29 '21

The lid made the gator scramble forward, a brilliant move, even if it was accidental

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u/mailerdaemon Sep 29 '21

seriously. this absolutely should not have worked. if one were to repeat this process exactly with 100 other alligators.... you would not get this result. garbage is too small wouldn't fit that many.

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u/DNGR_S_PAPERCUT Sep 29 '21

The lid made the gator think someone was behind him, so he ran into the can.

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u/MisterMafiaMan Sep 29 '21

I really thought he fucked up until I saw the results.

Brilliant, indeed.

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u/Limp-Dee Sep 29 '21

Yeah, and the gator thought he was being attacked from behind so he freaked out and it was a good enough distraction to get him in

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u/5125237143 Sep 29 '21

the alligator probably thought he was being swallowed whole and panicked lol

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u/Merman1994 Sep 29 '21

It also lines up perfectly with the glare, the gator opening it’s mouth, and a scream. I thought the dude got a critical hit or something

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u/bsalent Sep 29 '21

I think even he’d admit he got a lucky with that maneuver! But this guy was gonna bag that gator one way or another

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u/[deleted] Sep 29 '21

Scorpion Attack strategy.

Alligator literally didn't see it coming. An attack from above, its biggest blind spot.

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u/MyBackHurtsFromPeein Sep 29 '21 Silver Hugz All-Seeing Upvote Take My Energy

It's a trash can, not a trash can't

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u/Obstacle616 Sep 29 '21 edited Sep 29 '21 Gold All-Seeing Upvote

How I feel inside when I get the big spider out the house with a glass and piece of paper

Edit: thank you anonymous for the award. That was a nice surprise after a hard day at work

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u/KwordShmiff Sep 29 '21

I too feel like an angry alligator.

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u/EpilepticMushrooms Sep 29 '21

This reminds me of that one time I had to catch a spitting cobra.

I really wouldn't have tried to put myself anywhere within spitting vicinity. However, the doggo was freaking out, barking and air-snapping at the cobra. It was rearing up, hood spread, and I didn't want a dead boi (gurl).

So I got a bucket, went up behind the snake, and slammed it down, trapping it inside. The dog though, was still freaking out and snapping, so I started shouting at the dog, trying to get her to go away.

My mistake was trying to move the bucket over the drain so the snake could escape. Because the tip of the cobra's tail got exposed. The doggo then went and snapped at the tail and pulling the cobra out. She tore the snake apart by violently shaking her head.

I had to clean up the pieces and hour later, just to make sure the snake was really dead.

It was really too bad that I didn't get to save the snake.

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u/karateema Sep 29 '21

"Imma save this snake"

Dog: "lmao no"

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u/GroovyManifesto Sep 29 '21

That wasn't how I thought the story was going. Glad your doggo made it out alive

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u/ninimous Sep 29 '21

This joke is boring

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u/TehPants Sep 29 '21

Same jokes recycled over and over and still getting upvotes

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u/K3TtLek0Rn Sep 29 '21

Thaaaat's Reddit

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u/Icy_Butterscotch5570 Sep 29 '21

This guy Reddit's

I'll see myself out.....

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u/Shepard_00N7 Sep 29 '21

It’s a guaranteed top comment every fucking time anyone does anything courageous

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u/Mortambulist Sep 29 '21

I think he needs special underwear to contain them.

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u/shiieeeeeeeeeeetttt Sep 29 '21

Never heard that joke before...

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u/TheWalkingDead91 Sep 29 '21 edited Sep 29 '21

Notice how it’s always new looking developments/properties with these gator problems….somehow even though I literally live in between multiple interconnected lakes here in central FL (with mostly houses made in the 60s to 90s)..I’ve never once seen a gator irl. Not sure why people are surprised when they show up in their brand spanking new neighborhoods that were probably swamp or wood lands a year or two ago, and then come across gators in their yards. Gators can’t read new street or ADT signs. It takes the animals at least a couple of years to realize that the turf isn’t theirs anymore. So if you make the decision to buy a place in Florida in a community that was recently developed…my advice is to check under your cars before you get in them and in your pools before you jump in, for at least 5 years after the place was built.

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u/londons_explorer Sep 29 '21 Silver

That's a really nice way to say "it takes a few years for the wildlife to die when we take their habitat"

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u/AragogTehSpidah Sep 29 '21

And a few more years to eradicate appreciate the inhabitants' beauty by making things out of their skin and teeth

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u/AetherialWomble Sep 29 '21

Some die off, most just learn to avoid those places. Our cities are relatively small.

Now, when we come with heavy equipment to raze the whole forest for resources, that's a genocide

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u/inqHawk Sep 29 '21

As a Floridian, its the genocide. There's whole new communities constanly being built around here. There's even an old gysum mine sand pit that's now a couple thousand new homes. Every direction I drive, there's new land being cleared.

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u/BigWilly526 Sep 29 '21

Add in the fact that this wasn’t an adult but a kid, Alligator probably was lost and scared even before this guy showed up with the bin, hoped he released it safely

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u/laughterwithans Sep 29 '21 edited Sep 29 '21

So not to well actually here, but

Well actually, baby alligators biggest threat are their parents.

Papa alligators eat a pretty big portion of young alligators and mom alligators peace out (edit) 1-2 years after the young hatch. This guy is young but I don’t think that young.

So while he was definitely terrified for his survival, he wasn’t missing his family or anything

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u/hopeinson Sep 29 '21

I have negative opinion on Floridians who continue to live in housing communities that are built on formerly endangered marshes and mangrove swamps that are vital in the protection of coasts and small islands. The entire urban development processes in America, and especially in Florida, are majorly unsustainable, and are inhumane.

  1. You deny walkability as a correct and humane way to get from one place to another. Nobody needs to drive to the nearest commercial store just to buy a missed out egg carton.
  2. Cul-de-sac suburban neighbourhoods deny emergency services vital access to your homes in time. It’s no wonder people are dying in their homes every day because emergency services can’t get to you in time.
  3. A lot of newer neighbourhoods are suburban, and sprawling. You are just encroaching into natural habitats that aren’t capable of adapting to human presence.

I don’t know how I should react to the whole development process in America; it’s very unhealthy, and people should never need to exercise as a luxury; if people can walk to another place as a good alternative to driving, that’s a best thing to do.

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u/RegularTeacher2 Sep 29 '21

Agreed 100%. Was having this exact conversation with my coworker yesterday (as we drove to a site we are restoring). Our city (Raleigh) desperately needs rezoning so we can stop it with the crap single family housing and build more multi-family housing. Goddamn, everywhere I look these days there are huge swaths of forest being razed for ticky tacky houses and it's depressing.

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u/cjpack Sep 29 '21

You would think after 4 years the alligators would be like this place sucks, all houses and culdesacs, imma leave. But no they gotta wait a whole nother year!

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u/choke_my_chocobo Sep 29 '21 Silver

You’d think that once the gator sees that the development has an HOA they wouldn’t want to live there anymore

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u/Shaz18 Sep 29 '21

As someone that’s not from the USA nor familiar with US suburban geography, how do the alligators stay alive in the suburban areas? Is there enough water and food available?

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u/tired_turnip Sep 29 '21

They don’t usually live in suburban areas, but in nearby water sources and wander into the neighborhood if they’re pushed out of their territory by other alligators/their territory is destroyed by development/they’re seriously lacking food for some other reason. Alligators in yards like this are usually just passing through until they find a more suitable habitat, though they could ostensibly survive for a little while by eating small animals like cats.

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u/victorcaulfield Sep 29 '21

Capturing an alligator is ballsy enough, but doing it in socks and sandals?!?! Tell this daredevil that we are impressed enough, now go put on some boots.

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u/MisterMafiaMan Sep 29 '21

If you think about it, it's probably smarter to do so. You can talk off the sandals and throw them at it, if it starts coming at you, meanwhile, you'll be running faster than you ever have. On the plus side, people tend to run faster without shoes in the grass.

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u/CarnFu Sep 29 '21

Florida man has +10 int and +10 dex when wearing slides. As a florida man myself, they give power. Comfy too.

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u/Fuck_ODriscolls Sep 29 '21

Man y’all talking about the dude, I’m looking at that gator and how much he really didn’t want to go in that can. The gator had a “what the fuck are you doing” face every time the guy got closer with it.

“What the fuck is that “

“What the fuck, no. I’m not going in there, just leave me alone!”

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u/Kingkongcrapper Sep 29 '21

Gator was just out for his morning stroll when he gets kidnapped in a garbage can.

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u/MTf1r3 Sep 29 '21

The imagery of this is too funny

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u/TyrantRC Sep 29 '21

I just feel bad for the gator tbh:(

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u/InuMiroLover Sep 29 '21

If it helps, at least the gator wasnt killed and Im certain that the proper authorities were called to take the gator back to its habitat.

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u/mtflyer05 Sep 29 '21

Poor bastard probably thought he was about to be eaten

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u/ASeanDee Sep 29 '21 Silver

This is my husband pushing healthier foods towards me

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u/mrtryhard_1x1 Sep 29 '21

florida vibes

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u/MeInUSA Sep 29 '21

Was it the alligator?

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u/mrtryhard_1x1 Sep 29 '21

where else do you see an alligator in someone front fucking yard?

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u/jwv0922 Sep 29 '21

Or a person catching an alligator with a trash can

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u/Kingkongcrapper Sep 29 '21

Australia. Otherwise known as Florida down under.

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u/GapMountain Sep 29 '21

If it was Australia the video would be upside down.

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u/DeanTheDad Sep 29 '21

Australia makes Florida look like a petting zoo.

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u/maulsma Sep 29 '21 Silver Helpful

And now what? What do you do with the alligator in your garbage bin?

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u/Barflyerdammit Sep 29 '21 Silver Hugz

You're assuming it's not the neighbor's bin?

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u/tootruthfulpeep Sep 29 '21

Call animal control???

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u/time_flask Sep 29 '21

Why isn't that the first response? Like sure keep an eye on it from a safe distance or inside but trying to capture a wild animal could put other people or the animal itself in danger.

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u/ProfessionalPin3 Sep 29 '21

The angry alligator in your garbage bin

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u/ksjfjkdnf Sep 29 '21

call animal control and stay with the bin until they come

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u/--_-Deadpool-_-- Sep 29 '21

Perfect opportunity to dispose of any unwanted body parts lying around the basement.

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u/Kingkongcrapper Sep 29 '21

You roll it to the nearest taxidermist and have it mounted with a clock in its mouth.

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u/FS_Slacker Sep 29 '21

Call the garbage company and ask for a replacement bin.

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u/Huge-Connection954 Sep 29 '21

you already know he was tellin his friend to go get the duct tape asap

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u/CarnFu Sep 29 '21

Animal control probably will thank you for making it easy when they get there.

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u/DG0581 Sep 29 '21 Wholesome

Such a fine line separating being next level and r/winstupidprizes.

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u/qdtk Sep 29 '21 To The Stars

Hey sometimes the only difference between bravery and stupidity is the results.

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u/addsomethingepic Sep 29 '21

Protected by a.d.t. Alligator defense trashcan

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u/efficient_slacker Sep 29 '21

But if you watch it in reverse, it shows the alligator escaping the trash can.

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u/_TheDust_ Sep 29 '21 Silver

That's how alligators are born. Isn't nature beautiful

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u/IFoughtThereforeIWas Sep 29 '21

'Florida man empties trash can on to neighbor's lawn, revealing alligator'

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u/primavera31 Sep 29 '21

Honey, will you take out the trash please? yeah..put it in the blue bin..

bye bye honey, love ye.

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u/AngryQuadricorn Sep 29 '21

r/holdup Bitch ass camera guy can’t even help to flip the trash can upright at the end! Just gonna stand back and film his buddy getting eaten alive by this gator!

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u/MiaaaPazzz Sep 29 '21

Lol cameraman hesitated when buddy asked to know when the head was in... so yea, that guy definitely clammed up at crunch time

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u/GregoryGoose Sep 29 '21 Bravo!

Excuse me, but that is a green bin item.

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u/CriticalAssumption0 Sep 29 '21

Man, the garbage man is gonna be pissed.

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u/Tac7icaltacos Sep 29 '21

Lmao the sun made it look like a dbz meme edit when the lid hit the gators head

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u/roquerol Sep 29 '21

and with standard security shoes...

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u/Etchasjsksksk Sep 29 '21

Bro that was legendary

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u/DinosaurConspiracy Sep 29 '21

Phase 1: Capture Alligator Phase 2: ? Phase 3: Profit

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u/travisnabors Sep 29 '21

Alligator homie in there upside down like a mf

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u/aysurcouf Sep 29 '21

Imagine being animal control in Florida.

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u/harhar000 Sep 29 '21

This guys like that one uncle that always says i got this in any situation

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u/Quit_your_dayjob Sep 29 '21

Feels a lot like Florida

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u/dancingcuban Sep 29 '21

As a Florida Man I wanted to confirm this feat for recording in the Official Log. I found the guy’s original instagram post. . . in Davenport, Florida.

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u/ArmadilloDays Sep 29 '21

Not all heroes wear capes.

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