Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by JD, Feb 22, 2021.
Actually, I have no clue of which you speak.
a capybara enjoying a good scratch
I actually first saw this on America's Funniest Home Videos a few years ago, and I'm still amazed neither of them were hurt.
I have been thrown from a horse, but never like f'in that. Wow, she was lucky.
But, don't go into the cave kiddo.
Do you take me for a ride?
But these buggers are gonna be here again soon...
[SIZE=5]If you'd rather chew glass than hear the loud mating call of billions of 17-year cicadas, May could be a good time to get out of Ohio. [/SIZE]
Catch 'em fresh outta the shell and cook 'em in garlic butter.
I miss hearing cicadas. There aren't any fireflies or grasshoppers where I live anymore either.
The annual cicadas are one thing, but the 17 year ones--also known as locusts--are another. It's a B*@ch to even go out to mow, because they are attracted to the sound of lawn-mowers, I'm gonna dig out my bee-bonnet.
But I hear ya' about there being fewer fire-flies and grasshoppers, I have also noticed that. Honey bees too which I once used to help a guy "keep."
Debbie is one itchy elephant
Dermatology was in it's elephat-cie then.
They do like to be clean though.
Gotta love a good undercarriage wash
I don't even want to imagine what their water bill must have like after those incidents.
Fixed my other post, I missed some words.
Just like kittens.
Croc takes cheetah...
...but jaguar gets revenge on caiman
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