Tail Boner

Leaning a little to the left today…

No, you haven’t stumbled onto the Squirrels Gone Wild website.  Hear me out!

We’re so used to seeing squirrels with “flexible” tails that, when not lying completely flat behind them, have at least some trace of a curve in them.  Think of the classic squirrel profile and that question mark shaped tail.

So it’s kind of unnatural to see a squirrel with their tail in a more raised position and almost rigidly straight.  Geez, that squirrel in the photo above could poke someone’s eye out with that tail!  What’s the deal, buddy?  You look like you need to relax a bit…

Oh no! It’s morning wood, I swear!

Yeesh!  Sorry I asked, and invaded your privacy apparently.  Next time, it’d be less awkward to say you just had your tail starched for a fancy event…

This week’s Saturday Squirrel is certainly bright eyed, and maybe just a bit TOO bushy tailed…

Have a great weekend everyone!

About evilsquirrel13

Bored former 30-something who has nothing better to do with his life than draw cartoon squirrels.
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12 Responses to Tail Boner

  1. Around here that is known as a Cooper’s Hawk handle. 😈

  2. Rivergirl says:

    Maybe he was just happy to see you.
    🤣

  3. I bet he’s popular with the chicks!

    Pam

  4. draliman says:

    Handy to dust those hard to reach corners I guess…

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