[Yeah yeah YEAH, I gotta get ’em in by MIDNIGHT. Now, is that POSTMARKED by midnight? And is that midnight ET, CT, MT, PT- what? Or does the gov have to HAVE them by midnight? In that case, I’m a goner. Yes, I KNEW they were due today. They always are. And where’s my 1040EZ, anyway? Can Cockatoo’s get fined by the IRS?] From Concord Paul & Barb.
There are two ways we can go here. The original source headline used “Frolicking.” But I thought on it, and it seems like this little critter might just be gamboling. (Don’t hear that word much.) So- what do you think? Frolicking or Gamboling? Take our poll!
Frolicking: [frol-ik-ing] Noun: Merry play; merriment; fun; a merrymaking or party; playful behavior or action; prank. Verb: (used without object), frolicked, frolicking. Adjective: Merry; full of fun.
Gamboling: [gam-buh l-ing] Verb: (used without object), gamboled, gamboling or (especially British) gambolled, gambolling. Noun: To skip about, as in dancing or playing; frolic.
(Sing like Susanna Hoffs: “♬ Just another Wombat Wednesday…♫
We ran this post on Saturday night, and speculated that perhaps “Wombat Wednesday” would be a good feature. People wrote in the comments that WW would be a fine concept! OK, twist our arm. Make it SO, Number One! (Photo from Flickr.)
(P.S. If you haz any Wombat Photos please send them to us. We don’t have a huge backlog of those. Thank you.)
[Sheriff! That’s not MY kelp! I don’t know where it came from! I swears I is INNOCENT!]
…is going ON here? Well, a Tiny Hammie has decided to gnaw its way through a stuffed Capybara! Big J. Of course.