Whooping cranes like to tell jokes:
A fully vaccinated person and a non-vaccinated person walk into a bar. Six weeks later, the non-vaccinated person’s grandparents die.
Whooping crane jokes aren’t all that funny.
This butterfly’s hobby is telling business people that not everything that matters can be measured, waiting through their rants, and then asking them to quantify exactly how angry they are.
This penguin understands that everyone makes mistakes, but observes that some sure do seem to make a lot more of them than others.
This crane had a witty, relatable, and terse observation on human nature, but has decided to keep it to itself in the interest of retaining friendships.
Cougar realizing that CAPTCHAs prove non-artificiality by identifying traffic lights and crosswalks … the very thing that self driving cars are supposed to do.
This sheep is aware that the 1980’s are as far away from today as WWII is from the 1980’s, but it doesn’t bother him because he likes being a time traveler.
That feeling when your pandemic restrictions are loosening up but you’re not sure if you actually want to hang out with anyone anymore.
Butterfly patiently waiting for the vaccine rollout to include the 1-30 day age range.
This camel has opinions that initially seem like reasonable statements on economic priorities, but that upon review place the personal property of his friends above the lives of those he doesn’t personally know.
He calls this view “social responsibility”.
This sea nettle suggests that you pick one place in you house and label it “safe place”, so when you remember putting something in a safe place, there is only one place it can be.
Okay, it’s not the sea nettle saying this. It’s me.
Fortunately, I eventually found the tax documents.
Octopus that doesn’t understand why it’s called “cancel culture” when nothing’s being cancelled – people are just changing the channel.
This crab just realized that, in all the stories, all the magic carpets do is fly. If they’re magic, shouldn’t they be able to do a lot more?
Toad that just received a well written and comprehensive answer to a completely different question than the one she actually asked.
The streams running through Banff looked like they were full of magical powers. That said, I have read enough fantasy books *and* enough ecology books to know not to drink from them.
Whoever said “show, don’t tell” clearly has never considered plate tectonics as seen in a mountain vs being explained with hand gestures and verbal sound effects.
This tree is old, experienced, and successful at life and wants you to know that being placed into a commission structure in which you are rewarded based on your team’s performance while not having any ability to influence the team’s performance is not something you should worry about it.
There is a reason this tree is successful at life.
These mountains are having a scheduling meeting to lock in the pre-meeting for the team meeting to prepare for the team’s presentation to the division meeting that prepares the division summary for the executive meeting to create the presentation to the board on why the company is having trouble executing and all the other mountains keep saying they’re busy.
In the US, we would have a big sign saying “do not ride your bike up the stairs” with a reference to some legal code and a likely description of the fine. In Canada, they just put a small sign encouraging the activity they want to see.
I want to see some sample Canadian information security policy books now.
Barracuda that doesn’t know which field Dr. Pepper studied for their doctorate.