Cute Overload :D
“Hello, doctor? Yes, I’d like to make an appointment; it seems I’ve developed a small ungulate on my nose.”
Sender-inner Sean F. forwarded the above picture to the C.O. Facebook page.
I swear this baby is looking at the camera going, “Did you get it? Can I let go now?”
Then if it’s anything like MY kids it’ll come crowding over to the camera saying, “Lemme see!!”
obligatory: “Oh, my, how DEER!!!!”
Obvious Answers R Us.
om nom nom.
Not content with the booger flavor in his bag of Bertie Bott’s Every Flavor Bean.
Rupert decided to go strait to the source.
DEAD, plain ole dead from teh qte!
Does this mean I can leave early now?
ooooooo I want my nose nibbled. pweassssseeeeeeee
Ungulate bites are nasty.
oh my! sign me up!
Am I the only one who is in need of an “ungulate” definishe here?
This does not look like a “typical” deer trotting in the woods or prairie’round here (in MN). What kind of deer/hooved animal is this? (Still cute, mind you! And look at the widdle tongue!)
Also, I Luurve the two-hoofers-posts-in-one-day y’all have going on here
1. having hoofs.
2. belonging or pertaining to the Ungulata, a former order of all hoofed mammals, now divided into the odd-toed perissodactyls and even-toed artiodactyls.
(I think they forgot: 3. STINKIN’ CUTE)
my husband and i unofficially rehab injured deer, the lovely ladies at the dollar store give us the smooshy unsellable apples and pears… one of the big does that we nursed back from a broken rear hock was m.i.a. for a while, but she came through with her newest fawn last night! i love the little bambi-spots just visible on this one
no we don’t give them bread
no, we don’t give them donuts
no, we don’t give them cold pizza
yes, they treat my roses and daylilies like their own private salad bar
no, we aren’t baiting them, the easier to kill them in the fall
one of our other big does came through last summer with triplets…(she had a broken leg at the shoulder winter of 2008-2009)- this year, one of the triplets came through with her own fawn…just to say hi!
ungulate refers to the type of hooves
I hate to be the one to tell that fawn that it probably won’t like the flavor of the “milk” that comes out of that protrusion.
Does anyone else think that nose looks like it belongs to the guy who plays Zach on “Bones”??? (That little deer…him is so sweet.)
Hey, how come people aren’t saying “Cute deer, but whoa, look at the cute guy!” as it seems happens whenever ANY guy appears on CO?
(dashes off to Snickering Lounge)
My very first audible Cute Overload AWWWWWWW!
Whatever you do, don’t scratch it! You’ll just make it worse. If you leave it alone it should clear up in a few days. BTW, commercially available nasal-ungulate creams are a waste of money.
If that baby is latching on to nurse, that nose could be occupied for quite awhile. 8O
OK, how many of us wish we owned that nose? ALL OF US!!!!!!
Oh, so thish aintsa nipple.
Hello, doctor? I seem to have suddenly developed a large growth on my nose . . . no, not black . . . more like fawn-coloured . . . smells like clover and full-fat milk . . . and it’s staring back at me!!
What do you mean, am I bragging or complaining?!?
ewwwwwwww-LOL-ewwwwwwwwwww-LOL——–ack ack ak. that was funny, kevin. probably because i grew up with three brothers.
Soft leetle deer leeps!
AAAAHAHAHAHAAHAHAH!!! Pretty rude.
@Skippymom…are we sure the nommed on nose is male???? Cuz I was thinking she was pretty lucky
Is there anything sweeter than watching a fawn pick his nose?
Ya know, you’re just sitting there working or whatever, minding your own business, and all of a sudden a baby deer comes up and tries to eat your nose. Sheesh.
*sadly wonders why baby deer cannot make it into her office and eat her nose*
looks like those jerks at Aperture Science are at it again. Jerks….
Thanks for the Seinfeld hovertext!
Lol, this thread’s almost as great as the pic!
I wouldn’t even complain if that li’l darlin’ put noseprints on my glasses. (And I normally gripe about anything that spots up my glasses.)
“Let me show you how to properly beep a nose, CO peeps.”
Ya chanpon, I was thinkin similar. We ain’t the only ones who gets the impulse to beep noses!
If anyone has carefully read Gary Larson’s A Pre-History of The Far Side, you will find one of his cartoons and a hilarious explanation of trying to caption it. Imagine, if you will, being in a shady urban street and being accosted by a man opening his coat to sell you…well, in this case, an ungulate.
It’s better to ungulate than never.
He/she Is so cute i wish He our She would do that to me.