A hearty pile of acorns for the NYS Conservationist magazine (which runs a terrific Facebook feed) for selecting squabbling squirrels as their weekly “caption this” contest. Check it out, and give it your wittiest best.
I wonder what the human did to get the squirrel to gnaw on the pumpkin victim in exactly the correct spots?
It’s…wait…what? A tiny dog…dressed as a tiny rodent…holding an acorn, with a dog leash coming out of its head. Yet we’re thinking about Rocky Balboa launching up the steps of the Philadelphia Art Museum. So confused. And…we can’t help but wonder, what would a squirrel dressed as a Chihuahua look like? #deepthoughts
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As we decided whether or not to post this harrowing recent story about a squirrel emerging from a toilet, we took to the Googs to see if there was anything funny we could use as an accompanying visual. Surely someone has done a photoshop job of this scenario, we assumed, because stupid fake squirrel images make up at least .6 %* of the internet (*unconfirmed but often feels true). Instead we found the real thing: soggy sewage-soaked squirrels, looking miserable and rat-like.
And that’s when we realized that toilet squirrels are a thing. Every so often, around the world, one makes itself known a la commode and freaks the living crap (errr, no pun intended) out of a human, and somehow a local newspaper writer finds out and recounts the tale with the sort of gripping, breathless narrative usually saved for prison escapes and devastating tornadic storms.
Dude. We at SqSqSq love us some wacky squirrel stories, but we just realized there’s a line, and it stops at the household plumbing. We pray for all who have endured Toilet Squirrels, and will crack an extra nut in your honor tonight. We had no idea.
How adorable is she? A hefty serving of fresh acorns to this lady, for her fabulous cosplay celebrating Marvel’s Unbeatable Squirrel Girl.
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While the plot was a little half baked and scattered, Sunday night’s Simpsons episode featured Maggie and a squirrel, who become BFFs and go on to rescue an imprisoned possum from hungry yokels. A can’t miss for squirrelphiliacs.
For hardcore squirrel lovers, this doodle is worth your two seconds.