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Samuel L. Jackson

Don't F with these animals...

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I am so disappointed. I was really hoping for something involving mauling.

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Death Metal Rooster owned them all.

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Here's some animal violence for ya....the dog's saying "WTF???"

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The first video and death metal rooster were amazing.

And the deer video was ridiculous. If that were a pitbull or any aggressive dog...that would have been a war.

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Seen the Rooster one before. Hilarious!

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the cat in the deer video is so badass. just smacks the deer on the face. lol

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the cat in the deer video is so badass. just smacks the deer on the face. lol

Cats dont give a damn LOL. That dog got his ass kicked. The Deer even used the double under huff.

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