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The Teddy Bear’s Picnic. With Badgers.
This could explain what happened to the cat….
There’s only one possible caption for this photo:
BadgerBadgerBadgerBadger Kitty Cat! BadgerBadgerBadger Potted Plant! BadgerBadger…
Ghosty the Cat …. becomes a Ghost.
The Lawn Gnome’s worst nightmare
can’t swing a white cat without hitting a badger?
White cat: “Could be worse. They could be wolverines”
Oh wait, no! They ARE wolverines! Wearing badger suits!
nom nom nom nom …. mmm, birdseed … nom nom nom nom
“We really shouldn’t have spaed and neutered the dachshunds, dear.”
Who mixed up the badger food and the bird food again?
“Snaaake! A snaaaaake! Ohh, it’s a snaaake!”
Here’s the animated clip everyone is referring to: http://www.badgerbadgerbadger.com/
badger_honor – That was cute at first but it got really tedious. Hasn’t anyone ever heard of the showbiz dictum “Leave ‘em wanting more!”
This family needs to call “WisPride Badger Removal Service”
Badgers? We don’t need no stinkin’ badgers!
The anti badger fence was brocken.
(Brock is an old English name for badgers.)
“Stop BADGERING me!”
nobody move! I just dropped a contact lens…
Oh, no! It’s the invasion of the body badgers!
Gang badger the cat!
I’m in yer yard, eatin yer birdseid!
Was going to say… where’s the snake?
I wonder if this is my wife’s aunt’s former garden in Lyme Regis, Devon (she died quite a few years ago and I only visited a couple of times)? They used to put out bread for the birds, but one night heard a loud crunching. When they looked they saw a badger eating the spilled stale bread. They started putting out food regularly and when I visited had three or four visiting each night. They ignored the outside lights but were a little nervous of people moving inside the house by windows.
“You know, Frank, I’m feeling a little bit outnumbered…”
“Ha Meester Kitty. You are outnumbered!”
“Herds of badgers, grazing the wild urban prairies.”
“I found it!”
Cat: “Quit FOLLOWING me!”
“The game’s up Kit-Cat! We have you surrounded!”
Ah, excuse me, ah, hate to badger you, but ….
Werebadgers come out in droves when the moon is full.
The Trouble with Tribbles, Part 2
You left the copier running.
Rhea totally wins the contest.
props to tresmal, Id forgotten that movie
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