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June 25, 2010 at 6:23 am #697512
I have heard Chupacabras in Fauntleroy Park at night, better bring in your cats and small dogs.
“was spotted running south in the 6500 block of 42nd SW (behind West Seattle Thriftway in Morgan Junction); midmorning on Thursday, Marsha reported a Chupacabra at 36th and Dawson (map). We publish these not as a warning, but as a reminder, if you think “Nah, not MY neighborhood” – they’re everywhere”June 25, 2010 at 6:25 am #697513
yep..the school went into lock down when one was seen wearing gang colors.June 25, 2010 at 6:34 am #697514June 25, 2010 at 6:39 am #697515
well..I don’t know the whole story because WSB and The Hearld failed to inform me via Facebook and other feeds.June 25, 2010 at 6:41 am #697516June 25, 2010 at 3:32 pm #697517
Ya know, with all of these ‘rogue’ chupas around, the WSB really needs to jump in here with a link about:
“coexisting with chupacabras”
It really is becoming a public safety issue. Not mine tho..they are perfect. I named them ‘Gatekeeper’ and ‘Keymaster’.
hkJune 25, 2010 at 5:26 pm #697518
This has to stop. I was just vacuuming my car at the Car Wash Palace on 35th, and that little dirty Chalupa just pulled RIGHT into the wash area without asking. No flowery english, no bowing, NOTHING. Just me and my resplendent coach.
And he went delux!
Totally out of line. Not. OK.
hkJune 25, 2010 at 5:32 pm #697519
It is possible to co-exist. The service chupacabras are quite disciplined. I recently lost my trunk monkey in an unfortunate heat related incident and replaced it with a chupy. This guy doesn’t even need the tire iron. Now I can drive as fast as I want on I-35 without any concern. If you want me to pull over, I will.
I can guarantee you won’t like it….June 25, 2010 at 5:56 pm #697520
My chupy snacks on poison oak on the Lincoln Park slope and exudes little beads on his outer covering (hesitate to call this flashing scaliness a true fur coat). When wet he shakes himself off, and this spring the whole neighborhood has been in and out of the hospital with total body poison oak. I’m surprised the national press hasn’t picked up on this pandemic. What with the fire-breathing, we’d be scratching all up and down the ‘corridors’.June 25, 2010 at 7:42 pm #697521
Now that Chups are all the rage (saw Paris Hilton carrying one in an oversized bag in People magazine), I’m opening a breeding facility in my back yard. I just went and bought 100 1 foot by 1 foot cages to keep the moms in. Email me at ChupsRUs@gmail.com if you want one.
Also looking for Chupacabra studs. No tours of breeding facilities allowed.June 25, 2010 at 8:21 pm #697522
I’d like to offer my services as a stud. I believe that cross-breeding may be the answer to some of the aggression issues in the chupacabra….June 25, 2010 at 8:53 pm #697523
Wow, this thread should be in the WSB hall of fame. If there is not one, this will be the inaugural entry.
You guys rock.
hkJune 25, 2010 at 11:40 pm #697524
And not one nasty negative comment in the bunch. I know I have been laughing.June 25, 2010 at 11:49 pm #697525June 26, 2010 at 2:20 am #697526
Chupacabra are being sold at street corners EVERY WHERE without permits and all that “stuff”.
Now, what kind of people buy those chupy’s? Really. Who KNOWS where they are sourcing their chuppies? Some say they are STOLEN chupacabra, or damaged chupacabra that the vendors are being FORCED to sell to unsuspecting chupacabra buyers who are supporting these highly suspicious but really hardworking traders. I don’t know. I’m getting pretty darn fed UP with the whole trending of chupacabra and all the misunderstanding and confusion about these creatures, And that includes my OWN confusion.
I know. Let’s get an online petition going and write letters to the State Departments of Kind of FIshy & Wildly Exaggerated Life or maybe the Department of Nonsensical and Poetic Licensing, perhaps? Who’s with me?!?!?j
You start it. I’ll sign it.June 26, 2010 at 4:34 am #697527
I just saw a Chupacabra place an ad over there —>
I don’t see it anymore. They must have hacked WSB’s account and it was flagged for removal.
This is getting scary!June 26, 2010 at 5:37 am #697528
I’ve had teribble luck keping Chubacabras. I lost 3 after falling in potholes while we out walking, one fell through the grating on the South Park Bridge, two died of starvation while waiting to turn left, one at 35th and Alaska, the other at 42nd and Fauntelory, also trying to turn left, one liked to lay outside Gee, but he disappeared suddenly, one got lost detouring through Pigeon Point and the list goes on. Luckily, the Dollar Store has them at 3 for $2.June 26, 2010 at 5:41 am #697529June 26, 2010 at 3:45 pm #697530June 26, 2010 at 3:47 pm #697531June 26, 2010 at 4:18 pm #697532
I am starting a new Chupacabra Yoga Studio. We will be having Cho-Ga, an offshoot of Doga.
Cho-Ga combines massage and meditation with gentle stretching for Chupacabra and their human partners. In chaturanga, dogs sit with their front paws in the air while their human partners provide support. In an “upward-paw pose,” or sun salutation, owners lift Chupacabras onto their hind legs. In a resting pose, the person reclines, with legs slightly bent over the Chupacabras torso, bolster-style, to relieve pressure on the spine.June 26, 2010 at 4:47 pm #697533
my neighbor has a Chupacabra, or I least I think he did. I’m not sure though, because I think the little Chupy abandoned his car in front on my house. it has a bunch of “I stop for goats” and “honk if you love your Chupacabra” stickers on the back. remind me the phone number / website for abandoned Chupy cars? I gotta get that ugly thing towed.June 27, 2010 at 1:20 am #697534
miwsParticipantJune 27, 2010 at 4:04 am #697535
If it’s “Hot Yoga” then I will sign mine up for your class. Mine likes it about 2000 degrees Fahrenheit. Sometimes I just throw him in the fire pit on Alki Beach so he can do some stretching.
But SUPER GREAT IDEA!! I am glad there are more activities popping up around town to make sure our little guys don’t get bored and start chewing through the Alaskan Way Viaduct causing it to one day collapse. BAD CHUPPIE !!!!June 27, 2010 at 5:16 am #697536
Sadly, I fear the Chupacabras have been breeding faster that homes can be found for them. With all the Chupy owners who leave their Chupys in cars on hot days, the population has, quite literally, exploded. Now those money grubbing capitalists have “adopted” all the shelter chupys and just today, when I pulled up to place my order at my favorite fast food establishment I saw, much to my horror, a CHALUPA-CABRA on the menu! I ordered mine with a side of extra sour cream. I have to admit, they are quite tasty! For dessert I had an after dinner Minty.
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