The Shed

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Thursday, April 18, 2013

P is for Pangolin


Not an armadillo!
 
 
NOT ONE OF THESE GUYS
 
Nor yet beefy buffarillo!
 


NOPE
 
 

Hangin’ ‘round outside my door!


PANGOLIN!



She is what the “P” is for!

Pangolin!

Pa aa ang golin!

Pangolin!

Pa aa ang golin!


YUMMY!



She shlorples ants down with a smile

And beetles by the rank and file

Followed by a nice termite,

And my potatoes just for spite!

Pangolin!

Pa aa ang golin!


HITTIN' THE BOTTLE ALREADY


Here at the shed we were not aware of the fact that the world was running short of pangolins nor, once having been made aware of it were we particularly concerned. I mean, what good is a pangolin? We're getting along without Pterodactyls alright, aren't we?

Then we found out they eat ants and now we are the bestest friends of pangolini everywhere.

There is, no surprise here, an organization that is hell bent on saving pangolins like they were Green Stamps or something*. You can contact them HERE and they will happily take as much of your money as you can be separated from.

P is for pangolin. That's our story and we are sticking to it.


*Agne assures us that there were once things called Green Stamps, and that people used to sve them. However, she drinks a bit.

4 comments:

alex ramirez said...

aren't ants beneficial in a garden? i know spiders are so i welcome them.

Mac Pike said...

Not especially. Digging around they aerate the soil but earthworms do it better and crap out fertilizer at the same time.

Of course, I don't think I want a pangolin in the garden either.

Glory Lennon said...

I never heard of those! Must be related to ammarillos...kinda look alike. Ugly!

Spacerguy said...

Awww isn't it cute!