Tuesday, September 14, 2010

In Which I Concede Squirrel Cuteness

Being the devious monsters they are, squirrels are no doubt adaptable. They can creep into almost any situation and get away with it.

Oh, really? Like what?
Like pretending to be a cat of course.



Hubby showed me this and I could forgive being stalked by the furry devils every day of my undergraduate career. Since it's just a baby, it has no clue about it's inherent evil.

Some things are definitely learned.

Squirrel paranoia aside, have you experienced anything where nature is overruled by nuture?

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Last.fm hit of the day: Send Me An Angel by Deadstar Assembly

6 comments:

  1. The evil/cute problem. Yes, I've encountered it before. Namely my dog in puppy stage.

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  2. That is fabulous. Thank you.

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  3. In college, a squirrel fell into my room and onto my sleeping chest, making me bolt up and yell and the squirrel pea on me. Squirrels...

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  4. For some reason I couldn't see the video. But I have a strong dislike for squirrels. Probably because they are too close to rodents and they live in our walls and have freaked me out in our basement!

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  5. @ Robert - I feel you on the squirrel thing. They're traumatizing.

    @ Laura - The apartment I grew up in had the squirrel in wall problem too!

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  6. Robert you won a CD, please email me your address.

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