“This is Porkey, she’s an African Pygmy Chameleon. She’s in a bike gang with me (her mom.) Porkey is in such good shape and likes to eat fruit flies.” -Lindsay E.
Good evening. We continue this week with The Travails of Hinky Binkydink, the ribald wanderings of a common chameleon. In tonight’s episode, our hero’s tongue becomes entangled in the wig of Lady Euphigenia Flacknell just as her husband returns home from fighting the Spanish Armada.
Yo, dude — show me how you got in there, willya? Kind of hangin’ by a thread, what with the way Speed Racer here likes to corner at full speed, know what I’m sayin’?
Oh, so you’re just gonna sit there? It’s like that, then? Ice cold, bro.
Orange you glad some nice person left half an orange here?
“Little dude loves his orange,” notes Redditor dbomb65.
YOU ARE! So git ovah heah this instance and I’ll give ya some head pats! Whadya’ SAY big fella? Come on, shake yer groove thing! An’ you want some dinner now?
(Boing! once more.)
Welcome back, sports fans, to Bowling for Flies! It’s down to our finalists, Louie “Thundertongue” Muscatola versus Manny “Bug” Zappa!
“I wish I could bowl this well,” laments sender-inner Megan, who apparently never tried just flinging herself down the alley with her tongue out, which turns out to work remarkably well until the management asked me to leave. (PS: Thanks, Brinke!)
The gist of the Bored Panda story is, “Reptiles Can Be Cute, Too.” We happen to agree 100%!
There was this giant following me, so I climbed to the top of this tree to keep an eye on her, and now I don’t see her anymore! Well, that’s a relief.
Jen Knoedl wants to know: “Do I have something in my hair?”
Oh no, I’m not offended, really, in fact I get a lot of compliments on it. I take excellent care of it. You might even say I’m attached to it, heh heh… No, it’s nothing personal like that, it’s just that I would really, really appreciate it if you would put those scissors down.