Move Over Hula Girls

Bobblehead llamas are here!

Let’s go cruisin’, Johanna Seigmann



  1. AAAAAAAAAaaaaaaaaaaa……. lololololol….. [ded]

  2. TheOthers1 says:

    They look like they’re wearing leg warmers.

  3. Alpacas

  4. NormallyLurksOnly says:

    Man, I normally have to drink a lot of varnish remover to see something like that. Cute tho’.

  5. Charming tho’ they are, those are alpacas if I am not mistaken.

  6. Technically those are Alpacha…..but bobblehead Llama sounds better.

  7. Hey, someone left track marks all over my alpacas.

  8. Poor babies, I’ll nerver complain about a bad hair cut again 😆

  9. fuzzy boots!

  10. I want a walking pom-poms tag.

  11. Do they maybe need a sweaters?

  12. Hey, we just did a new eyebrow dots tag! What more d’ya want? Now, shoo!

  13. SlaveToCat says:

    Snerk snerkelly snerk giggle

  14. You mean sweateuws?

  15. Stressfactor says:

    Which is ironic since they were shaved to BE sweaters…..

  16. emmberrann says:


  17. pyrit, ya fergot ta say “now getoffa my lawn” and shake yer fists!!!

  18. you realize that they are sheared in the spring going into summer so no they don’t need sweaters. Right before they shed it in strings and splotches. aren’t they adorable. I love the bobble headed look!

  19. Oh the shame!

  20. they look like they’re frosted and sprinkled strategically with toasted coconut

  21. twocityshibas says:

    Those llamas need pajamas…STAT!!

  22. ALPACAS!!!

  23. Really? Technical point.

  24. Ohh that instantly put the song “Down by the bay” in my head! Remember that? Down by the bay, where the watermelons grow, back to my home, I dare not go, for if I do, my mother would say… “Have you ever seen a llama wearing pajamas?”… down by the bay!!

  25. The ears say alpaca.

  26. But I like animals that look like walking pom-poms. 😀

  27. try sniffing it. it works faster. 🙂

  28. An extremely pithy point.

  29. Awww, I’m sure they like you too. 😀

  30. And it’s not a technicality, since llamas are primarily a beast of burden (their undercoat can be used as fiber but is not famous for it) whereas alpacas were bred for their fiber. So it’d be really peculiar to shear a bunch of llamas but it’s perfectly normal to do it to alpacas.


  32. Haha, awesome!