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May 09, 2012

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The Zen Birdfeeder

Mark, it's fun to have a laugh on our squirrels every now and then, isn't it?

marksdorcel

Sounds just like a number of squirrels we have. They generate my completely crazy but it's hysterical to look at.

Margaret

I think you're right! :)

The Zen Birdfeeder

Ellen, maybe he was saying, "I'mreallynotafraidofyouyourjustbigbutnottoughnottoughlikemeI'mtoughI'mfastI'mlikelightninginabottleyouknowwhatlightninginabottleisit'sfastfastfastIgoeverywherefastI'mlikeJohnBelushisneakyupthedean'syardinAnimalHousebutfasterbutjustassneakyandstealthybutfastdon'tstareatmelikethattakeapicturewillya"

Ellen

Well, that would make an interesting ring tone! Then again, it might drive people crazy... What do you suppose Mr./Ms. Squirrel was saying?

The Zen Birdfeeder

April, So funny! I'd love to see your chihuahua responding to it!

April A. Wood

Sounds just like a couple of squirrels we have. They drive my chihuahua totally insane but it's hysterical to watch.

The Zen Birdfeeder

I was wondering how long it would go without a break! Unfortunately the phone rang before he quit. Nice to hear from you again Margaret!

Margaret

LOL. Well, I guess squirrels are not known for their reflective pauses -- rather like some people... ;)

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