Jerkalope

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Jerkalope

"Our experts tell us that this image of a female Jerkalope with 2 pairs of antlers was definitely not photoshopped.

“7H3y pwn 7H3 n008 j4CK4L0p35!”
~ A 1337 h4XX0r on Jerkalopes
“When I lay sleeping at R’Lyeh, the nightmares are about THEM!!!”
~ Dead Cthulhu on Jerkalopes
“No comment.”
~ Oscar Wilde on Jerkalopes
“HOLY SHIT!”
~ Everyone on Oscar Wilde's lack of insight into this subject.

The Jerkalope is a ferocious rodent-ungulate that inhabits the vast plains of North America.

edit Ecology

While little is known about Jerkalopes, we have managed to obtain the following information from a credible source, and from Lobster Jesus.

edit Disposition

The wild Jerkalope is the most dangerous creature inhabiting the American Midwest. Jerkalopes are so dangerous that only one person has ever survived an encounter with one. Jerkalopes attack on sight. Unfortunately, their eyesight is extremely good, and they will see you

edit Diet

Jerkalopes survive on a steady diet of small lizards, cactus, small children, E85 gasoline, kittens, vulcanized rubber, Boy Scouts, Jackalopes, and the urine of Elvis. Jerkalopes also enjoy snorting Anthrax, freebasing the blood of Keith Richards and Kitten Huffing.

edit Mating

Jerkalopes mate only on the 31st of June. They females attract males by leaving trails of Magnetic Monopoles throughout their territories. The males track down the females and begin the mating ritual. The Jerkalope mating ritual consists of the male doing the Macarena while presenting the female with a gift of dead babies, radioactive isotopes, and Myrrh.

edit Anatomy

Jerkalopes resemble Jackalopes in several ways. Both resemble rabbits with antlers. However, male Jerkalopes have five or more pairs of razor sharp antlers. Females usually only have two or the pairs of antlers. Jerkalopes have no antlers at all during their first year of life. Adult male Jerkalopes typically stand about 5 feet high at the shoulder and weigh about 1200 pounds. Adult females stand about 4 feet high at the shoulder and weigh about 750 pounds. Female Jerkalopes have a renal gland that secretes magnetic monopoles during mating season. Jerkalopes can shoot antimatter out of their eyes.

edit Jerkalopes in Movies

edit Rabbit of Caerbannog

Killer rabbit

Watch out, he'll kill you in one scratch

This 2-month old Jerkalope appeared in the movie Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Despite the warnings of the wizard Tim, King Arthur orders one of his knights, Bors, to slay the rabbit. Bors approaches it, sword drawn, and is immediately decapitated by the rabbit to the sound of a can opener. The knights attack in force, but are driven into retreat as the rabbit leaps from knight to knight, tearing out their throats. The Rabbit of Caerbannog was slain with the Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch.

edit Jaws

All of the attacks in the first hour and a half of jaws were actually Jerkalope attacks. Then people blamed that poor shark, which was so depressed in considered suicide.

edit Lord of the Rings

In the scene where Sauron is beating the crap out of the armies of elves and men, flinging them around with ragdoll physics, in actuality, Christian Scientists were being herded to a Jerkalope. The armor and weapons were added with a computer.

edit Jerkalope in Forums

Jerkalope is a term made famous on the OG by Dead Again. While Mr. Again was not the originator of the term, his use of the word made it what it is today.

Some controversy exists over the ownership and Trademark of the word, although the word falls under the rules of Unprotected Intellectual Property.

The matter is still in the beginning stages of litigation.

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