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Animals can be so tolerant of our ways.

I know this has nothing whatsoever to do with permie ish ness,
but once I went to Sea World and got sucked into the "show".
they told the walrus to give me a kiss.

I, being a very shy but eager crowd pleaser, leaned over to the walrus, expecting it to give me a faux "kiss".

What I got was a fishy-faced creature literally sucking on half of my face. 

Yes, I understand I should not have been there supporting the exploitation of animals. I did not know that then... I'm just
relating the unexpected result of the situation at the time....

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Neat picture, but I hope he realizes that that moose could easily turn on him at any time and stomp him into a puddle of mush.
Squanch that. And squanch this tiny ad:
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