Well, it’s Friday, and it’s been a long time since we’ve posted anything. And, sometimes it’s just good to let ‘ol Googlebot know you’re still around.
This isn’t the first time we’ve featured cats being assholes here on Frumpzilla, but it’s certainly one of the best examples we’ve come across as of late. Sure, an apologist might describe domesticated felines as “independent,” “proud,” and “sly,” but the more level headed among us — i.e. “dog people” — understand that that’s simply a nice way of framing their true nature as smug, guile assholes that would scratch your heart out for just a whiff of Nepeta cataria.
If you still have doubts, watch the above video again. I mean, if they’ll do that to their own kind, what could they possibly be thinking as they’re curled up next to you, waiting for their “master” to fall asleep at night? Just sayin’, don’t say Frump didn’t warn you…
I’m not sure how we missed this one, but, back in late November, some guy from Boca Raton, Florida was viciously attacked by an otter. Fitting, perhaps, from a town that translates into English as “Rat Mouth,” but that’s beside the point
Now, while otter attacks in and of themselves may not sound all that appealing, I think you might discover a new appreciation for them upon seeing this poor bastard’s original first-person footage.
Seriously, as far as the haunting, bloodcurdling screams of another human being go, I’m pretty sure I’ve never laughed harder in my life.
Sure, we all do (don’t we?), but we also need to be aware of the potential drawbacks.
It’s true: As an NFL player you may get all the fancy ladies, and the clothes, and the free creams and lotions — but you could also end up with a finger like the Jags’ Torry Holt up there (It looks like that permanently, Frumpsters).
Yeah, so for all of you out there thinking about trying out at your favorite franchise’s mini-camp this weekend — and I know there’s at least handful of ya — consider this your public service announcement for the day foreseeable future.
Rumor has it that during Holt’s days at N.C. State he used to tie one arm behind his back during receiving drills. That may or may not help explain things.