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    Hunting terminology pet peeves

    The TV thread got me thinking, i thought this might be fun to talk about.

    What words or phrases do you find to be like nails on the chalkboard when you hear them? There are a bunch on outdoor TV. I will offer up the following to start:

    "A Dandy" - what the hell does that mean, I thought that meant someone who dressed in fancy clothes whose sexuality may be in question. When did we start calling animals with big headgear that?

    "Of a lifetime" - I think this should only be reserved to be used by people over 65 or those with terminal illness. WAY overused, I won't know what my "whatever" of a lifetime is until I hang it up or I can't get around enough to go anymore.


    Boyaa and BBD are used by particular tv hunting personalities, but why does everyone have to have their own catch phrase? Rediculous. Thanks Eastman boys for "keeping it real." Oh hell now I went and did it!
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    Harvest.... You harvest row crops. You kill deer, turkeys, elk, etc..

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    "SUV". Can't stand this one! You have a Four Wheel Drive with a 2 (or more) speed Transfer Case, locking diffs., mud tires and a winch. Otherwise, you have a "crossover" (another despised term") aka SUV ("slightly useful vehicle").

    "Tactical"- This one has infested the SHOT Show. Thinking about inventing "tactical toilet paper". Black, or course, so you cannot tell if it has been used!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sawfish View Post
    "SUV". Can't stand this one! You have a Four Wheel Drive with a 2 (or more) speed Transfer Case, locking diffs., mud tires and a winch. Otherwise, you have a "crossover" (another despised term") aka SUV ("slightly useful vehicle").

    "Tactical"- This one has infested the SHOT Show. Thinking about inventing "tactical toilet paper". Black, or course, so you cannot tell if it has been used!
    I totally went with the "tactical" theme when I picked out my new lab pup this spring... he is all tactical all the time! Gotta love black labs.

    Keeping in the spirit - "shooter, BBD, harvest, giant, long range, extreme, and anything that comes out of Travis "T-Bone" Turner's mouth...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fink View Post
    Harvest.... You harvest row crops. You kill deer, turkeys, elk, etc..
    Yes harvest corn, kill animals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fink View Post
    Harvest.... You harvest row crops. You kill deer, turkeys, elk, etc..
    When I was younger, I heard that this was the term to use so you didn't offend a non hunter, I used this instead of shot or killed. Now there are too damn many people to worry about offending so I just use kill, shoot, droped the hammer, etc..... As more time goes by, I find the anti's are becoming more of a thorn in my side

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    How about "boom shaka lacka", "booya", "whackem and stackem", just to give Mr. Martin his credit for totally pointless phrases.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jjenness View Post
    How about "boom shaka lacka", "booya", "whackem and stackem", just to give Mr. Martin his credit for totally pointless phrases.
    Dang it! I love randomly shouting BOOMSHAKALAKA!!

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    Haha this thread made me laugh! My favorite is joker. (Sorry Grizz, being from back East you probably use this one! Lol just joking buddy!) look at that joker! Which actually sounds like joka! Ahh! Haha

 

 

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