Lucifer in my Backyard

One of the blogs that I like to read is by a Crotchety Old Man who apparently has a turtle problem. I read about his Mephistophelian ordeal on his latest post. I'm very glad that he is bringing to light a problem that people seem to just sweep under the rug and hope it goes away. Well, I'm here to tell you that it's here to stay and we need a wake up call!! I'm upset that Crotchety hasn't taken a stand! He frankly made light of the subject. He let the reptile stay in the back yard and conjure up it's evil unchecked.

I went into my backyard and saw Beelzebub himself. If it can happen to Crotchety and me, it can happen to anyone! I am going to put a link here to what I saw, but there are children and old people haphazardly wandering the information super-highway, so only click to see if you are up to it. If you have a heart condition or are pregnant, please don't go any further. Here it is!What am I to do!


Jane @ Kidzarama said...

I was horrified to read of these unprovoked attacks on law~abiding citizens.

I have looked everywhere for a word for fear of nature, but the closest I could find was herpetophobia, a fear of reptiles.

Are turtles a reptile? Close enough. ;)

Da Old Man said...

OMG, he looks even more bloodthirsty and menacing than my turtle.


And thanks for the shoutout.

Jules said...

That is one mean turtle!
He scared the bajesus outta me.
You have a darling blog!!

Dette said...

LOL - that turtle would sit well with my monsters ;)

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