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Today I am engaged in very sekrit business, which I cannot tell you about so don’t ask. That’s what “sekrit” means, people. Something so very very secret and important that if you even ask what it is there will be dire consequences.
I’m leaving Cobweb here to keep an eye on you all and make sure you behave. She’s a squirrel glider who currently resides at Taronga Zoo with her sister, Moth.
They’re both vicious killers with a taste for human flesh, but Cobweb is by far the more vicious of the two. Trust me, you do not want to get on Cobweb’s bad side.
You have been warned!
Behold the face of a killer:
Posted by Justine at 9:53, 16 May 2009 under Frippery | 8 Comments »
I imagined that the face of a killer as ferocious as this one would have a lot more sparkles.
May 16th, 2009 at 11:46 AM
2. Justine Says:
Australian fauna does not sparkle! The very idea. (Except for some of the sea life and some snakes and . . .)
May 16th, 2009 at 1:43 PM
I bet she lures you in with those huge eyes, and then when you are all distracted by her cuteness… she attacks! cuz that’s the way of the most dangerous killers.
…you can’t say “sekrit” and not have me wonder what it is! must tell!
May 16th, 2009 at 5:49 PM
Brendan Podger Says:
Beware or the Dropbears will get you!
May 16th, 2009 at 8:31 PM
No Peaseblossom? Mustardseed?
May 16th, 2009 at 8:57 PM
hahaha yes you should have had a drop bear!
May 16th, 2009 at 9:20 PM
7. Justine Says:
Ix-nay on the op-dray, air-bays.
Shhh! Is sekrit Aussie business!
May 16th, 2009 at 10:46 PM
*Whispers to Megan and Brendan* Don’t you know dropbears are nearly extinct! Only because people keep scaring off their natural prey (ie. the tourist)! If you keep alerting foreigners of what’s going on down here soon you will be responsible for the destruction of our ecosystem!!!
May 17th, 2009 at 3:17 AM
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