I'm going to try not to get too heated about this because it was CLEARLY a mistake. If I had any doubt that it wasn't a mistake, I'd currently be on the phone tracking down where these asshats live.
Sure, people go duck hunting all of the time and I'm not jumping for joy about it, but I'd imagine it's a lot more "humane" then wrecking a poor, unsuspecting duck in the head with a golf ball. Normally I'd leave the video for the end, but we gotta talk about this tragedy together without fear of spoiler alerts.
Alright, so there wasn't reaalllly much for me to spoil. I guess I could have been a dick and told you the duck dies, but frankly, it's not something I felt like revisiting. I knew it was going to be hurt, but the blood in the water was a little bit much for me.
SPEAKING OF A LITTLE MUCH, I'd like to address the man holding the camera. Everyone else in the video is clearly shocked and feels crappy, but the cameraman? I've got some theories about him as a young lad.
He abused animals, wet the bed well-past the "acceptable" age and enjoyed lighting shit on fire. What do these things have in common? Well, this is what we call The Macdonald Triad—common signs ALL serial killers show in childhood and then inevitably continue to show on escalated scale throughout their lives. This dude is allllll up in there. I'm actually terrified of him and his sinister laugh.
If it were A PERSON being hit by the ball, I'd most likely let out a chuckle or two, but a duck?! Ducks are cute AF! They're fun to feed, they walk funny, who doesn't like ducks?! Moral of the story folks, don't golf with serial killers.
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