posted by Kirsten Miller at 7:57 PM
wowwwwwwwww..... the world makes so much more sense now. i AM ENLIGHTENED!!!!!!!!!
i love how when I clicked on the link, I was expecting a link to something that proved squirrels r evil, but instead found what we did wrong.:D
I don't like squirrels very much. They are creepy. I don't think the squirrels appreciated being dressed up in clothes.
XD haha wow
I've seen some pretty messed up pictures of dressed squirrels before. One in particular (done in Photoshop) showed a gaggle of them in a Lightsaber battle. But I had not seen these before. A nice find from the past.What I worry about is suicidal killer squirrels running into my bicycle wheels. You'd think it's not really their fault, as their whole method for avoiding predators is run fast and change directions lots, but why do the adolescent ones charge across the roads right when I'm riding by? And why do they wait on the curb before charging across the road in front of people on bikes?Robert in San Diego, will be dodging killer squirrels on the commute today.Robert in San Diego
Two stories: First the people training for WWII must have been really really really REALLY bored. (it said they were taking in 1944)Second I was watching "Arthur" one when I was a kid. It was making fun of "The Birds" but instead of evil birds it was evil squirrels...K I'm done writing a novel. :)
whoo...geez... POOR SQUIRRELS!
wow. ive heard of people dressing up dogs and horses, maybe cats (my cousin happens to have a demonic one), but never squirrels. me and my friend were once almost attacked by a rabid/demonically possessed squirrel. animals just dont like me. inanimate objects dont, either.but still. . . . wow. just. . . . wow.
Read "The Happy Hocky Family Moves To The Country!" by Lane Smith.
I'm sorry, squirrels. I will never let anyone dress you up in little costumes again. Now give me back my cat. D:
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