I am a vegetarian; so, I won’t be trying a squirrel melt any time soon. However, I am fascinated by squirrels—and their undoing, having developed a love-hate relationship with the furry critters. They are cute and clever but also shameless thieves who destroy my bird feeders. They have it coming to them . . .
Even if you have no interest in munching on the woodland varmints, you may enjoy this video.
The mom is Heidi Wilson from Michigan, as you can tell from the accent.
The video is so very American.
This is an old video that you have probably seen; it deserves its fame. If you have not watched it before, you are in for a horrifying treat. If you’ve already experience the bizarre joy, I assure you that it remains as weird as when you first watched it.
So, there you have it from Mariko Takahashi.
We all know that the Japanese are a little different. But really? I mean, really?
You know that you want to watch it again. It doesn’t lose its effect with multiple viewings; you notice more and more that’s just not right.
The Onion News Network gives us the following panel discussion on the “Growing Ranks of Nouveau Poor Facing Discrimination from Old Poor.”
They’re brilliant, brilliant, brilliant!