April 5th, 2008


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Discussion (13)¬

  1. beanjavert says:

    I really love Digger’s line in the second-to-last panel, and will be memorizing it for use in conversation.

  2. NigaiAmai Yume says:

    *cuddles the velvety soft moles*

  3. djkibykat says:

    moles really are velvety soft. *pets a mole*So cute too!

  4. Tris says:

    I am overcome by a vision of happy, velvety moles, gamboling.

  5. BunnyRock says:

    I was also in that happy place for a second, but unfortunately it just triggered my “Duncton Wood” flashback. Horror, oh the Horror….

  6. Mark Antony says:

    It’s the vomit loop! It’s like the giggle loop, only messier.

  7. Lee says:

    “Stop thinking about throwing up” is exactly right. I have textural issues about a couple of foods I otherwise like — I can eat them just fine as long as I don’t think about how they feel in my mouth!

  8. Pangolin says:

    “I’m in my happy place, with moles.”


  9. Matthias says:

    I get the impression now that wombats probably have pet moles, meaning that wild moles really are functionally equivalent to wolves.

  10. Ryn says:

    Could not get through Duncton Wood…. Wanted to bash my head in eventually…

  11. Claire says:

    “Happy moles. Gamboling …. I’m in my happy place. With moles.”

    Excuse me while I giggle uncontrollably for a few minutes…

  12. JET73L says:

    I have a hard time imagining a mole gamboling. It just ends up looking like a mome wrath without the curly nose (from the original Alice in Wonderland illustrations). Moles don’t seem much more able to gambol than platypode or beavers, and only a bit more than a fit groundhog. But the gamboling psedomole in my head is cute!

  13. Lunah says:

    I love the way BCM’s canines show on the last pannel, fang-like.