Wordless Wednesday: Bread Winner

By on January 14, 2009 @ 12:00 am

Categories: Observation | Photography

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meleah rebeccah January 14, 2009


Marsha January 14, 2009

He certainly takes his responsibility to heart!

TWO BARKING DOGS January 14, 2009

Squirrels are hated around my house … they torment the dogs!

Debbie January 14, 2009

Nice twist on “the early bird”. Great photos of a busy little squirrel.

sHaE-sHaE January 14, 2009

He worked for that. I guess he earned it. :)

Lavenderbay January 14, 2009

You’ve got me curious, how many squirrels you photographed, and how many trees they were in.
The first picture gives a lot of factual information about the squirrel — its size, habitat, state of alertness, etc. The whimsical final picture, with its upright critter staring at you and the bread turned crust-side forwards, almost begs for a caption.

TorAa Mirror January 14, 2009

Brilliant observed

Black on Campus January 14, 2009

Squirrels are like the James Brown of the animal world — the hardest working rodents in the food business. And I think they’re pretty cute too. Some people think they are rats with bushy tails, but I disagree. Had a friend once whose uncle hunted squirrels for food…in his backyard in Cleveland. No joke.

Urban Thought January 15, 2009

ALL: Thank you for stopping by.

There were three squirrels in total (but only two are pictures. Some of the pictures were of shoddier quality and could not be posted. You make some great observations. What caption would best fit?

Black on Campus:
I’ve known people to eat squirrel as well. You know what comes to mind when I think of squirrels? This movie with Kathy Bates owning a squirrel farm. She tries to get people to purchase them while giving directions. If you don’t purchase a squirrel then you get bad directions and end up driving off a cliff. Not a pleasant thought but the scene in the movie was funny.

Lavenderbay January 19, 2009

Umm… umm… how ’bout:
“Really couldn’t say, Mr Murphy; I’ve never dropped one.”
(Suggesting that the so-called Murphy’s law, in which one’s toast always falls peanut-butter-side-down, has not been proven by squirrels. )

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