Discussion in 'Hunting Africa' started by Biddleman, Aug 22, 2012.
Sorry. Couldn't resist!:tongue:
Its worse when you start looking for pink elephants......
Your thinking of pink bunny rabbits.
Drink enough vodka and the color won't matter can maybe purple.
It all depends on how long the white elephant has been free to roam the area and if a group of nameless people on the Internet say it's ok.
Isn't a white elephant when some upstanding person offers you a great invetment with 100% return?
Not really my kind of place to hunt.
But, these guys, without a doubt! Perfect place to get lost on a hunt for that last piece of gear.
:banghead:I stopped hunting white Ellie as it was an Ethical issue and the publicity was just bad!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hey Jaco, you made a funny! Well done.
I'm not so sure the people of Burma or Thailand would share your sense of humour if you did bag a white elephant though. Though I ain't so sure that they're really all that 'white'.
White elephant (animal) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Walt Disney reckoned he could make them fly so perhaps driven elephant shooting or elephant over pointers might be a good idea! LOL
Elephant beaters (with BIG sticks)!
My best always.
The only point of shooting a white Elephant would be to get a full mount and I could never afford that, so I would let it walk
Again, the AH community can have a good chuckle after an intense debate. Well done chaps!!
That s a good one :clap:
If he would have succeeded, we would all need MUCH larger umbrellas, and industrial strength windshield wipers.:hmmmer::angrymob:
If the white elephant is a "messenger from God" someone gonna get hurt when one falls from heaven.
Thanks, everyone, I just needed a good laugh!:clapping:
I suppose hunting a 'white elephant' would put you in the same category as hunting the 'black sheep'...but there again it'll also depend as to what family pedigree he's from!! But shame guys....they're both just unwanted and unloved!!
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Thank god we are starting to see more and more of the red, white and blue Elephants around here.
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