Friday, June 10, 2011

My favorite of ALL posted tortoise riders!

It's a Hyrax. Before this video I didn't even know such a creature existed. Now, of course, I love them and am itchin' for a hug.

Monday, May 30, 2011


This is just a baby post, really.

But, sometimes, 7 seconds of a frog riding a tortoise is just what it takes to bring a smile to your face.

Thursday, May 26, 2011

Mammalian Laziness

Generally, I'm not that into small, fluffy dogs, but this guy has a completely egotistical air of superiority while riding the tortoise which I can't help but respect.

This one, however = too ridiculous for words.

Thursday, May 12, 2011

Bearded Dragon Mania!

It's the music really, that makes this one a winner.

Not that there's any video that isn't improved by Evanescence, but this one, of a bearded dragon riding a tortoise, would not be the first place I'd anticipate hearing the cool melodies of Amy Lee.*

That said, I promised lizard-mania, so here's some more:

(Not bound by their affinity for Evanescence, bearded dragons also like The Plain White T's, apparently.)

(And, like many men, their looks are improved by being a little chubby.)


*Truthfully, I didn't know the lead singer's name until I looked it up on Wikipedia. What's more, I assumed they were Swedish which is also untrue. I am not actually hip to Evanescence.

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Cockateil-Related Health Concerns

When I was younger, we had two pet cockateils - Sophie and Georgette. Sophie died in an easy-to-forget manner, but the more exciting/god awful death happened to Georgette. He got into a tousle with a pet ferret. Then, lost an eye, which also made half his head bald. A lot of his joie de vivre left with that eyeball.

Cockateils are a bit wimpy, really. They can grow very ill upon drafty conditions. This is, I presume, why there are videos of cockateils riding on tortoises, but not of cockateils riding hares.

Monday, May 9, 2011

Friday, May 6, 2011

The MAC Daddy

This is (more than likely) going to be the cutest post on this blog. Ever. Therefore, please anticipate being slightly disappointed from now on.