Mr. Manners

Mmph mmph mmmmmph...

Mmph mmph mmmmmph…

sqturday squirrel logoWhile I’d like to give an eloquent dissertation on the photo of this week’s adorable Saturday Squirrel… I was always told it was not polite to talk with a mouth full of nuts.  I apologize for any inconvenience my lack of wordiness may cause…

Have a fulfilling weekend everyone!

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Bored former 30-something who has nothing better to do with his life than draw cartoon squirrels.
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9 Responses to Mr. Manners

  1. Oh a nice fresh greenie! There are an abundance of acorns this year – wonder if that is a sign of a “difficult” winter coming OR, perhaps it’s simply an abundance of acorns!

    Pam

    • Oak trees are notoriously fickle. So far with my tree, I’ve had acorns, no acorns, a bunch of acorns, acorns, another bunch of acorns, no acorns, a few acorns, and this year….. acorns! I’ve noticed no correlation between acorns and the severity of winter, so I think they’re either just teasing us or like to be random!

  2. Because of the plague of caterpillars, we have very small and very few acorns this year. I hope our squirrels have stashed a lot from previous years! That’s a really cute squirrel. Super cute 🙂

    • There are probably stashes and stashes of acorns from previous generations of squirrels all over the place. In the event of a famine… we’ll all starve, but the squirrels will survive on centuries worth of underground nuts!

  3. draliman says:

    I hope it doesn’t get stuck in his mouth…

  4. Trisha says:

    How cute! That acorn looks huge! We planted an oak tree about 10 years ago but it’s never made any acorns and we don’t have native oaks here, so I never see squirrels with acorns.

    • We have a lot of different nut trees in my park, and I love all of the different things I see them lug around that I can’t see in my backyard! Of course, I do have tons of acorns… and their discarded shells my squirrels leave everywhere!

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