Skulls (Thomas and others)

Discussion in 'The Hunting & Fishing Forum' started by Crpdeth, Sep 26, 2009.

  1. Crpdeth

    Crpdeth Active Member

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    I know that Kutaho likes skulls as much as I do, so I snapped a shot of this necklace/choker that I made. It is hung around a southwest style lamp in the front room.

    Just thought that a few like minded folks may enjoy it. :p


    Crpdeth

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  2. woolleyworm

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    Nice work Donny. Still trying to figure out the skull type though, crow maybe?
  3. oldogy

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    OK, I am not playing troll but can someone please enlighten me about the fascination with skulls? I see them as tats, on clothing, on biker gear. This is a serious question from an old guy. Please, keep the thread on topic and if we don't want to talk about it here I'll gladly delete the question so as to not get too much thread drift.
    BTW I picked up a fawn skull just the other day while out in the woods.
    Neat necklace.
    oldogy
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  4. woolleyworm

    woolleyworm Active Member

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    I just like the way they look; maybe somehow peering out from the after-life; a reminder that it will end someday; so live it today and make it mean something.
    And hey, this is a skulls thread, so if it has to do with skulls, then by all means!! :cool: Nothing wrong or odd with your question at all, Oldogy!
  5. kutaho

    kutaho New Member

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    don't due human skulls.

    Other then that, there cheaper ta feed then a pet:D

    Nice necklace Donny, a few vertebrae for spacers
    would really set it off;)

    wasn't that skull on a grateful dead album cover?
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  6. kutaho

    kutaho New Member

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    Oldology, here's my favorite.
    Now ya gotta admit, he's got
    character.:D

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  7. Thomas_1

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    Got this one last week in the woods.

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    Thomas_1 New Member

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    Oldology, I don't remember why this got started but every birthday for the last 30 years in our family we gave this skull. Each person that get's the skull has to repaint it a different color and give it to the next persons birthday coming up.

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  9. Country101

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    I've got a bear skull out rotting the meat off. Killed it on Friday.Anybody mount any thierself?
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    kutaho New Member

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    I boil the meat off, and set on a shelf.

    I don't mnt. heads.

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