Monthly Archives: May 2011

Ka-Thumpa-Thumpa-Thumpa

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Top 5 Hammy in a dryer sound effects:

5.  Whompada-Whompada-Whompada

4.  Ta-Chunka-Chunka-Chunka

3.  Konk-Woodle-Fwomp-Konk-Woodle-Fwomp

2.  Bwap-Doogle-Grunt-Bwap-Doogle-Grunt.

1.  Wheeeeeeeeeeee!

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Top 5 Reasons Hammy Has a Tummy Ache

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5.  Bad nut

4.  Bad beet

3.  Expired candy corn

4.  Wasabi Cherrios

1.  Hug withdrawl*

*17 minutes since last hug

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Behold the Hummingweird

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Who needs words?

 

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Top 5 Future Body Modification Trends

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5.  Foot fur

4.  Knee noses

3.  Bellybutton fangs

2.  Ear tongues

1.  WiFi enabled

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One Fabulous Furry Freak

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Ahhhhhhhh…  I am a shameless exploiter of sentimental squirrelyness.  Bad cartoonist!  Bad, BAD, cartoonist.  If I keep this up I’m going to lose my membership in the League of Extraordinarily Hollow Humorists Who Scowl.

We have a secret handshake and everything.

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Lady GaGa is a Squirrel

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This explains so much.  Clearly, like Hammy, Lady Gaga has faster than light speed.  She’s been to the future and it’s apparently heavily mascaraed, wears platform heels and sports a the occasional WIDE Egyptian headdress.

She’s furry, before furry’s cool!

A FIVE-SIX-SEVEN-EIGHT!…

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Mole People Suck

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Those little sweat beads flying off Hammy are called swiddles, or swattles, or maybe splattles.

Or maybe it’s blood splatter from T repeatedly jamming his pen in his forehead from having to draw so many squirrel legs.

Blood splatter it is then.

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Heavenly Worries

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I almost forgot to post today.  Weird.  The day just got away from me.

Someone on comics.com commented that it’s odd that Hammy would interpret bad news out of supposed good news.  But, actually, he’s reinterpreting something he doesn’t care about (Twinkies)  into something he does care about (fun).

No rain.  No game.

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Squid or a Cactus?

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Personally, I’d prefer to be turned into a squid.   Squids are quite intelligent, whereas cacti have been known to misuse the word literally.   As in, “I’m literally burning up in this desert.”   I literally lose my mind when any organism misuse literally.

Maybe it’s under the couch.

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Top 5 Reasons Squirrels Are Superior to Humans

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Interesting interpretation by T of my script below:

Sunday  5/22

Graphic:   Top Five Reasons Squirrels are Superior to Humans
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5.   Furrier.
(Hammy stands next to a naked (covering himself) man shivering.   Hammy is wide eyed, hands covering his mouth in mock shock.
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4.   Less Stress
Hammy lays on a float in a hot tub.  He raises his sunglasses to see same man in suit and tie with a brief case looking down at him.
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3.   Can Eat Anything.
Man holding a yogurt in front of an open fridge.  Inside, Hammy sits with his entire head is inside an empty jar of mayonnaise.
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2.   Can Fly
Same man in car in the middle of a traffic jam looks up to see Hammy, suspended by several butterflies, flying past
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1.   Huggy-er*
Same man standing at a BBG.  He looks down at Hammy hugging his leg.  The man holds a pair of open tongs in one hand, that he’s raised up (as though in surprise).   A hot dog falls behind the man from the open tongs.   Hammy has won hand arm outstretched to catch the hot dog.

*And Smarter

As you can see I have almost nothing to do with Over the Hedge.  It might be time to stop working so hard.

Over the Hedge:  Suggested by Michael Fry and Re-imagined, Rewritten and Illustrated by T Lewis

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