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Thanks for the twenny bucks. [Nose kiss]
So Dad, when can I go surfing? by the fantastic PacoAlcantara.
Tagged as: Bears, Unusual Animals
YAY! More Aussie qte, please! Bring on the baby wombats next!!
Adorable, but think twice before following back to flickr…there’re always “crude language bombs” with which to deal.. so unnecessary for this picture…
Even though neither fellow *HAS* any facial expreshe, it’s somehow the facial expressions (or the lack thereof) that has dun me in.
I dunno about that. Dad looks a little down at the mouf.
“My mom says I shouldn’t nose-boop with strangers.”
bamboo is pandas, koalas eat eucalyptus
And heah is the famous koala-beah? It lives all ovah God’s Own? And I am told it is a cute creechah, but we Aussies are immune? Through lifelong overexposhah? Obsuhv the vilvitty fuh tixtuh? Ind the beady little eyes? S’truth, she’s a bloody dazzlah, she is?!! *ded*
Spot on Ozzie-speak Theresa. The rising intonation at the end of the sentence drives me crazy. Don’t they know we are programmed to answer that?
Mate, it’s Aussie, not Ozzie.
Bring me back some tinnies this arvo.
An esky full of Vic!
I’m drier than a dead Dingo’s donger.
i am still here, you know.
Innoccent look…But it is Aussie slang, of course I don’t know what it means.
*snerk* @ HG’s protestations of naive, innocent use
of the phrase
(abbreviated here for the protection of the unsullied children) “D D D”
so these must be two of the Rare Alaskan Eskimo Koalas, then
(judgingk from the nose-kiss?)
Adorable koalas, but the “bears” tag? Koalas are not bears. Unless you’re referring the the mighty and terrifying drop bear, which is a relative of the koala, but still not technically a bear.
Drop bears? No worries, mate!
I agree. Koala “bears” are not bears at all, they just look an awful lot like teddy bears.
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