Now that summer is here, you’ve probably seen a lot of these:
Sometimes they can be really cute:
When this one nested in a Beer Store parking lot, Canadians put out traffic cones, seeds and a water dish so mom wouldn’t have to leave her eggs unattended.
They also do some pretty amazing things for Canada abroad:
But don’t be fooled. Canada geese are dangerous animals:
They’ll follow you home and won’t let you leave:
You think we’re kidding?
Some say Canada geese are actually demon spawns from hell:
So what’s stopping us from loading them into a rocket and shooting them into the sun?
— Yorks Wildlife Trust (@YorksWildlife) June 15, 2015
And that time a Mother Goose laid eggs on an Edmonton man’s balcony…
And they actually hatched on Mother’s Day:
— Benjamin Lavin (@bennybenzzz) May 11, 2015
And so, before we know it, we’ve been suckered into helping them again. Remember what the University of Calgary did?
They set up crash mats so that goslings could be reunited with their parents:
Not to mention our police officers shut down entire highways so they can cross:
But apparently, we screwed up when we named a clothing line after them:
They didn’t appreciate us stealing their identity:
And soon, they started attacking us (again):
Watch this one right to the end. You’ll be happy you did.
Taking no prisoners, they’ve even turned on their own kind:
We’ve tried reasoning with them!
But when diplomacy fails, we’re forced to retaliate:
Our top scientists are tackling this issue with a state-of-the-art drone arsenal.
First, there was the Goosinator:
Now there’s the Goosebuster:
The Canada Goose air fleet is already mobilizing to retaliate:
Its navy has already left port:
This war is only beginning, people:
— dugjoy (@dugjoy) May 25, 2015