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I dunno about snuggling stuffed bagders but you are looneys
You can only snugghe with fruit bats and half-bees


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Snuggling stuffed badgers would be fun. But it would be more fun to do the badger dance with live ones.[:D] www.badgerbadgerbadger.com


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Um... does your badger have some sort of sexual longing for you or something becuase he seems to be making any effort to be near you

HELP... HELP I'M BEING REPRESSED!!!


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You gotta watch them horny badgers.


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yea they're as dangerous as horny flying sheep and giant hedgehogs

AMoung My Pets are such diverse animals such as.
Eric the Half-a-bee
Eric the Halibut
Eric the dog
Eric the cat
Eric the Fruit bat

and there is no rule six.


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Yeah those flying sheep get really annoying. Especially the ones with green wool!


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As for the hedgehogs we are lucky enough not to have them here in Australia. But we do have echidnas which are sorta the same but worse.


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o yea i heard about those, but nothing is worse than a horny wombat who is green and pink with a coat hanger in one had and a screwdriver in the other

AMoung My Pets are such diverse animals such as.
Eric the Half-a-bee
Eric the Halibut
Eric the dog
Eric the cat
Eric the Fruit bat

and there is no rule six.


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Yeah wombats are actually dangerous little bastards when they're normal, let alone the green and pink ones with coat hangers and screwdrivers.


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What about the invisible wombats that tear off your head and feed it to the cat? Or the large wooden badgers?

The worst is the 60 foot penguin. Especially dangerous when placed on giant TV sets.

Or the 50 foot hedghog, widely known as Spiny Norman?

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Invisible wombats aren't so bad. 3 toed sloths theres something to be worried about have you seen how fast they move!


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