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And now for something completely different.

 

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I think everything's essentially related to dogs scratching themselves, to some degree.

 

Really, what's life other than a dog scratching itself (preferrably around the anal-gland region). That's something to think about before you head off to bed today, folks.

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I don't think dogs can scratch their own anal glands. I've never seen a dog do it, but then again, I've never seen humans do it either despite the fact that we probably could scratch our own anal glands.

 

Maybe they scratch theirs by themselves when no one is watching.

 

They should do a dubstep about it. I can see some twerking in the video.

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 I don't think dogs can scratch their own anal glands. I've never seen a dog do it, but then again, I've never seen humans do it either despite the fact that we probably could scratch our own anal glands.

Oh, and boy do we. Especially when others aren't looking. I think we can expect the same from dogs.

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And now for something completely different.

 

Poor parrot. A psychiatric help is required.

 

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No comment needed indeed.

 

That's some technique he's working with right there. See that wrist action, that angle, that torque, quite obviously not the signs of an amateur.

An erudite observation worthy of an exposure on Saturday Night Live..

 

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Edited by zorin - 3/7/14 at 12:27am
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He's snooPING AS usual, I see.

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Monkeys are intimidating. Not only do they have a strong bite, are violent and and have super strength -- they are also silly good at throwing stuff like raccoons looking pretty damned casual about it.

 

Another version of the racoon throw: http://i.minus.com/id4K73YYl6hNs.gif


Edited by Coq de Combat - 3/9/14 at 6:56am
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I laughed for almost a minute straight! That poor raccoon! There's just something hilarous about how nonchalantly that monkey just pitched it, and the way it whirled around in the air...priceless!

 

Hopefully this doesn't make me a bad person. If the raccoon were badly injured, this wouldn't be very funny at all. But that's clearly not the case, so it's hysterical.

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I laughed for almost a minute straight! That poor raccoon! There's just something hilarous about how nonchalantly that monkey just pitched it, and the way it whirled around in the air...priceless!

 

Hopefully this doesn't make me a bad person. If the raccoon were badly injured, this wouldn't be very funny at all. But that's clearly not the case, so it's hysterical.

It does make you wonder though: why did he do it?

 

I mean, it didn't look like there was any food where the raccoon was, because the monkey just kept walking like nothing happened. It really looked like the raccoon was just there minding his own business. Then the monkey came and minded his. That raccoon wasn't supposed to be there.

 

Also, I know what you mean by nonchalantly throwing the raccoon. Laughed at it myself. 


Edited by Coq de Combat - 3/9/14 at 7:04am
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But best of all...

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Sometimes I'm just tempted to go on threads and leave stuff like this -

It'd be a great test case for how the site admin/staff handles spam and the likes....is what I would tell myself.

 

So, so tempted...

 

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