Image Uploader Roadkill, February 20, 2019; 11:29 Tags babbeh_box foals_will_die impending-death machine product scawdy_poopies Rating safe Source Unknown Locked No Comments February 20, 2019; 11:31 - Reply Roadkill: The result when you get better art software but it still looks like MS Paint :'( February 20, 2019; 11:38 - Reply Neriman: If you heat the water for a little bit you could get a tasty foal broth for the other fluffies! February 20, 2019; 11:40 - Reply cuis: I know they do that with bees/wasps. I think you're supposed to use ice or soapy water for those. February 20, 2019; 12:02 - Reply jujuteux: not that it is a bad idea, but it has some serious issues wich are pretty easy to fix, though: -it's a box, corners and the rest are a problem that get unwieldy fast -water? do you want to crush your back? the controls are on the back and not the sides, so it's unwieldy again -do you want to crush your back with such a short nozzle? -inefficient death i think imma post an upgraded one soon February 20, 2019; 12:20 - Reply WiredandGaming: @jujuteux: Maybe you can get little vacuum attachments for the nozzle and add water after sucking them all up. February 20, 2019; 12:58 - Reply Evil_Emperor: I support any efforts to exterminate Fluffies in efficient and inventive ways. February 20, 2019; 13:01 - Reply Hugboxing_Faggot: I think a wide meshed net of razor wires inside the backpack would be a lot lighter and more efficient. The ones that aren't lucky enough to get decapitated will be mortally wounded. February 20, 2019; 13:03 - Reply HerdKing: SUCC February 20, 2019; 13:35 - Reply Fluff_of_the_North_Star: @Hugboxing_Faggot: too easy to clog and too messy. You have to empty this thing remember, blood and guts and sputed shit all over, maybe with a catch bag but even then you'd have to clean the wires. This is a nice easy clean solution. At worst just suck the foals up into the dry box and then fill it with water afterwards, its not like you need alot to drown a fluffy February 20, 2019; 13:52 - Reply Outcast: @Fluff_of_the_North_Star: You could simply put a picture of a glass of water inside the container, and they'd drown. February 20, 2019; 14:27 - Reply Nocturn: The weight of the water would be a problem . And the noise of the motor would make it hard to hear the foals screaming and that's the best part February 20, 2019; 15:05 - Reply Carolina_Reaper: AS someone who uses similar types of equipment I have to agree with Jujuteux. But the concept is an interesting one, I'll admit. With a few improvements it would definitely save time for workers in fluffy mills who have to process a lot of foals in a short amount of time. February 20, 2019; 16:33 - Reply PoopieBabbeh: I would buy one. February 20, 2019; 17:07 - Reply LORD: Finally a way to speed up productivity and kill foals all in one, so shut up and take my money February 20, 2019; 17:17 - Reply WiredandGaming: I'm thinking maybe you could just have it empty until you get a bunch in there. Then there'd be an attachment on top where you could hook up a hose to it or pour liquids of your choice in. Also makes it easier to clean because you could just hook up a hose and one of those soap sprayer deals and literally hose the inside out. February 20, 2019; 20:25 - Reply RQ: So heartless! I love it February 20, 2019; 23:53 - Reply Waaaghlord: Abusing foals is NEVER a waste of time!!! ... though this could be efficient working against the feral in the streets or forests... February 21, 2019; 01:07 - Reply Guzziman: @jujuteux: You could spray water onto fluffies and they'd drown, so it probably doesn't have that much water. February 21, 2019; 01:35 - Reply Pawn: You really can’t beat the old methods. Just skewer them up, bag em, and in the river they go! February 21, 2019; 07:40 - Reply HerdKing: why do it yourself when you can hire flufftrimmers@Pawn: February 21, 2019; 14:35 - Reply Carolina_Reaper: Actually, now that I've had time to think about it, why use water at all? Just build this contraption like a vacuum that you could wear on your back. Move the controls to the handheld nozzle and replace the water tank with a lightweight bag to catch the foals. What you do in terms of clean-up is entirely at your discretion. Empty the bag of foals into a tub of water, a blazing furnace, a wood chipper or whatever else you have handy. Or just remove the bag and beat it against a tree until the squealing and hue-hueing stops. Thread locked for the current user.