Wag The Squirrel

Trigonometry Squirrel's got your sine.

Trigonometry Squirrel’s got your sine.

This certainly isn’t the greatest quality squirrel photo I’ve ever taken, but I’ll bet you can quickly spot what caught my eye and kept this image from being tossed like so many others into the virtual recycling bin so that hard drive memory can be better used for more porn artwork.  Look at that tail go!  Not only is it sqturday squirrel logoclearly in motion, but it looks to be moving in a wave formation!  The frayed end of the tail whipping around to form the next ridge looks neat, but not as cool as the wicked curvature that can be seen in the first peak!

No doubt you’ve seen squirrels rather vigorously wag their tails before… a practice which is generally used as a way to communicate with other squirrels much in the same way we might extend another human the finger.  The message I read in this furry fella’s flickering rear mudflap was a statement of his worthiness to be this week’s Saturday Squirrel.  Ten-four, good buddy… you’ve indeed earned some waves of your own from my appreciative audience!

Have a great weekend… and shake a tailfeather!

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About evilsquirrel13

Bored former 30-something who has nothing better to do with his life than draw cartoon squirrels.
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11 Responses to Wag The Squirrel

  1. it’s like a flag of victory :o)

  2. NotAPunkRocker says:

    Kinky squirrel?

    Kidding. Good capture of the moment. 🙂

  3. It is surely a squirrel on a mission. Either than or the devil is chasing him!

  4. There’s some grit and determination in those cheeky black eyes… I wonder where he’s off to?

  5. I missed a cracking Saturday Squirrel opportunity at lunchtime today. I was at one of the Order’s other houses and they have bird feeders just outside the dining room window. One of them, the top was off, and a grey squirrel (with a red stripe down his back) got himself in to get the nuts from the bottom. It was so funny to see the back legs of this little chap (we assumed it was a chap anyway) waving around, until then he figured out to hang on with his toes to the wire the feeder hangs from.

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