Cute Overload :D
There just aren’t many video clips that can compare to this one. The hoomin is Charlie Bird, and the place is Antarctica.
As seen on the FB of Julie F.
Hearing that man laugh with joy is a wonderful thing. <3 <3 <3
Honestly, his reaction is almost as adorable as the seals.
If those seals sit for too long on that frigid beach, they might get polaroids.
The little scritchipoo at 1:12!
Is it wrong that that clip brought tears to my eyes? What a remarkable experience that must have been to know they didn’t see you as a threat absolutely beautiful.
Love the undulating blorp at :45.
Every time I see this literally everytime it makes me smile.
Such joy. What a lucky man to have experienced that. :o)
Ooh, ooh! This was my submish first a wee while ago. So pleased everyone’s still enjoying it. It is quite delightful.
A couple of things that have come to mind after watching it again: the camera man must have been soooooo jealous; I’m surprised he didn’t just throw his camera to the ground and join in. My second wondering was how Charlie got to the supine posish. I’m sure he was sitting up at the beginning, and next thing you know he’s flat on his back being overrun by the blorp brigade. Do you think he fought or succumbed gracefully? Lastly, I think those bebehs would make a delightful body pillow. Love eet!
Ooh look! The mod lounge has been redecorated too! With elephant bebeh seal body pillows. Dreams really do come true. Ahhhhh…..
@ Sprock – WIN!
Sorry, too busy to comment, I’m packing for the seals- er, beach. Yes, that’s right, the beach.
That is definitely the laughter of pure joy!
I think there’s something missing from your soul if that doesn’t make you happy.
I’ve seen seals before up close too! Adorable! But stinky for sure.
Well. That seals the deal!!!(-;
mysterikitten, no, it brought tears to my eyes too! Tears of JOY! :D Beautiful, so beautiful. I wish I could be that guy.
Hoomins make the best pillows for seals, didn’t you know?!
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