Ant carrying half of a banananananana.
This cougar is about to share vital information about a contentious political issue on an internet forum.
This turtle believes that only four things matter in life: adenine, cytosine, guanine, and thymine, and that everything else is just an implementation detail.
This coyote observes that it’s less than a year before the next major US election, so it’s about time for a nice distracting war in the middle east.
This coyote plans to hide in his tail until 2021.
I was holding this one to post something like “remember when water was liquid?”, but we live in the era of climate change, and I suspect I could take a similar photo if I were out on the river today. (Though perhaps with fewer leaves.)
Therefore, send not to know
For whom the bell tolls, It tolls for the workers at the botanical garden who will politely ask you to leave, should you cause it to toll again.
Sometimes you can’t come up with anything clever to say but really like the photo, so you post it on an international holiday and hope no one notices that you weren’t interesting in the caption.
This owl wants to know how Santa delivers presents to:
1) Children that live in houses without chimneys
2) Children that live in hot desert areas that are inhospitable to reindeer
3) 69,550 children kept in cages along the US border
That feeling when you look out your window and suddenly realize that the board game you’re living on is being played by a maximizer.
That feeling when you look out your window and realize that you’ve been living on a board game.
As the impeachment and election discussions increase, the United States slides under its anxiety-reducing weighted blanket.
Wolf yoga is not form-rigorous.
Sing a song of fivepence,
A pocket full of rye. A bunch of tiny blackbirds, Baked in a pie. (Wolves can’t count past five)
Some foxes hunt by keeping their mouth open and hoping a mouse runs into it.
It is not a very effective technique.
This wolf would like you to know that, on November 8th, 1519, Cortés reached Tenochtitlán, which was the midpoint of an invasion that killed thousands of natives and nearly one thousand of Europeans.
This wolf would also like you to know that on November 8th, 1520, Danish forces executed 100 Swedes. The latter is called the “Stockholm Bloodbath” but the former is most often called “discovery”. This wolf doesn’t understand humans.
Crows spend much of their time considering various trolley problems, but mostly the one involving why humans insist on such philosophically-dangerous modes of transport.
Wolf who lost the support of his base while explaining the conflict between that six year old tweet and the current campaign and is trying to pivot back.
Wolf that has just been confronted with a tweet from six years ago that conflicts with his current campaign spiel.
This wolf forgot to change his clock over the weekend and accidentally showed up for work an hour early.
I suspect this may be a trap.