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sutherngrl
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Yes a deer rang my mother's doorbell. It was approximately 3:00am; her doorbell rang. She couldn't imagine who was ringing the doorbell at that hour. Maybe a family emergency, maybe kids playing a joke.

She looked out her peep hole and saw no one. Then she looked out the front window and there standing in her yard was a deer. Next day she saw where it had eaten some flowers in her flower bed.

My moms doorbell is lighted, so maybe that got his attention; curious I guess.

Thank goodness she didn't answer the door!

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just don
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Thats funny.

Dont know if you meant it that way.

Its better they ring the door bell than smash thru the large picture window.

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sutherngrl
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I did mean it to be humorous. All we could do was chuckle when my mom told us about it.

And yes, glad he didn't smash thru the window. I guess he was being polite.

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This one I had to see - thx for a fun heading - what a well-trained animal - next time, it might drop in for some tea -

Could you call it ringing the deerbell?

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quote:
Originally posted by Robin123:
This one I had to see - thx for a fun heading - what a well-trained animal - next time, it might drop in for some tea -

Could you call it ringing the deerbell?

Oh boy,,,here goes Robin again!!!!

Cant wait to hear the rest of her story!!

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Ha, ha! Hilarious! Thanks for the laughs! [Smile]

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sutherngrl
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Robin, wish I would have thought of "deerbell". Thats a good one!
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Though a deer, a tall-tale deer,
re: a drop-in ven-i-son,
me, I'm game, to all, myself -
fol-low 'long: a doorbell rung!!
So, a need to cull this thread??
La, la la la la la doe!!
Tea?? I think this deer's well bred!!
Which will bring us buck to
Uh uh, oh deer!!

[Big Grin]

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LOL!!! So cute!!

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If it comes in for tea, tell it to leave the ticks outside.
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Geneal
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Deer me....what's next?

Hugs,

Geneal

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You guys are way too funny!!

Nice lyrics, Robin! [lol]

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clever Robin...LOL
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sammy
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That's so funny! I would have loved to have been there and seen it myself. Thanks for sharing the laugh sutherngrl [Smile]
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lyme in Putnam
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[Smile] [Smile] Needed that

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Second verse, worse than the first.

Doe, a deer, on my front lawn.
Rang the doorbell on a dare.
Me, it got me out of bed,
Fall'd asleep without a care.
So, I looked out of the door.
Tra-LA - she stood there, legs of four.
Teeth marks in my flower bed.
Do you think I want to la la la la

(Taking suggestions for the last line.)
[Razz]


p.s. Sing to the tune of "Do Re Me."

[ 03-15-2011, 11:06 PM: Message edited by: Carol in PA ]

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Oh Robin123!!!!! [kiss] [hi]
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Lymetoo
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Go Carol!! [lol]

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[Smile] Funny story - thanks for sharing - love the clever song ideas too!
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wait a minute. it's not christmas.

was it rudolph delivering late?

if it is, then it's my presents cause i didn't get any.....

so now i know where they went!!!!

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sutherngrl
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Glad you liked my story. Thanks for the songs!

Randibear, I will have to ask my mother if he left any presents.

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uh huh... he probably DID leave a present.. but not one you'd want to keep!! [lol]

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Nice second verse, Carol!! As fine as the first!

Now does anyone have a turd verse?!!! Well, thx for your contribution, Lymetoo!

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Deer are creatures of habit. If the deer found anything pleasurable, it might be back.

I'm not a deer fan. I see deer and I see misery.

That deer wouldn't want to ring my bell! lol

No, I don't want to hear from the Bambi lovers. I have a real fear and when I look into the woods or nature setting "I see dead deer".

Pam

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Spring has sprung, the grass has riz,

I wonder where the FRUITCAKES is?

[lol]

Think I found them here!

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