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Crappy Taxidermy Is The Best Twitter Account You Don’t Follow

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Growing up in the South meant there were a lot of houses in my neighborhood that had an oversized, mounted animal head displayed proudly somewhere inside. My parents have a majestic stuffed Longhorn hanging as the centerpiece in their living room and we’re all pretty proud of it. Growing up in the taxidermy capital of the world is probably the only reason I’ve never seen a single example of a poorly mounted animal in my entire life…until now.

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The internet is full of time-wasting randomness that can take a monotonous day at the office and turn it into a seemingly productive learning experience. I swear one-fourth of my brain is entirely filled with facts from the weird part of the internet that are completely useless until I saunter my way into a half-filled dive bar on trivia night. The “crappy taxidermy” phenomenon will leave you wondering how in the hell you used to get through your day without it (Disclaimer: If you’re a member of PETA, this may not be your cup of tea, so please don’t track me down and throw red paint on me).

The rest of us can appreciate that the real joke is not on the animals, but the piss-poor taxidermy work put into delightfully hilarious, nonsensical scenarios accompanied by spot-on one liners. Who would have thought that beginner taxidermists are better at capturing facial expressions and poses most ripe for parody?


To get your fill of “crappy taxidermy” I suggest following @CrapTaxidermy on Twitter.

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Cody Sutton

Cody Mack Sutton is a born and raised Texan that only took five and a half years to proudly graduate from Texas A&M University. If he had a resume, it would probably be long and distinguished. Often referred to by his family as a "Renaissance Man,” Cody is currently holding out for a Senior level management position with a corner office.

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