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In my travels in SL, I've been noticing a lot of antlers lately.  Antler headbands, antlers to attach to the head, etc.  Is there some fashion fad I'm unaware of?

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In my travels in SL, I've been noticing a lot of antlers lately.  Antler headbands, antlers to attach to the head, etc.  Is there some fashion fad I'm unaware of?

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Annie Rubanis wrote:

In my travels in SL, I've been noticing a lot of antlers lately.  Antler headbands, antlers to attach to the head, etc.  Is there some fashion fad I'm unaware of?

We're approaching rutting season in the northern hemisphere, Annie.

Be careful out there!

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Madelaine McMasters wrote:


Annie Rubanis wrote:

In my travels in SL, I've been noticing a lot of antlers lately.  Antler headbands, antlers to attach to the head, etc.  Is there some fashion fad I'm unaware of?

We're approaching rutting season in the northern hemisphere, Annie.

Be careful out there!

LOL, Maddie :P

 

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it's just another fascination with ebil that coudl take over the planet at any moment if they wished....

so we pay tribute this season to the antlerd..

who knows what it will be next season?

what ever it will be ..it will be in tribute to hold off the attack that could lead to our extinction..

 

 

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LOL omg i jumped back on that one part!! it caught me off guard..hehehehe

those are ground squirrels aren't they? chipmunks?

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Ceka Cianci wrote:

LOL omg i jumped back on that one part!! it caught me off guard..hehehehe

those are ground squirrels aren't they? chipmunks?

Yep, some people don't know their critters.

A friend of mine rescued a chippy years ago and raised it in a terrarium. She let it loose once and it immediately vanished. I was over visiting later that day when I heard screaming from their bathroom. The little devil had crawled into the core of the toilet paper roll hanging on the wall and was terrorizing her daughter.

Nature is the greatest show on Earth.

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Madelaine McMasters wrote:


Ceka Cianci wrote:

LOL omg i jumped back on that one part!! it caught me off guard..hehehehe

those are ground squirrels aren't they? chipmunks?

Yep, some people don't know their critters.

A friend of mine rescued a chippy years ago and raised it in a terrarium. She let it loose once and it immediately vanished. I was over visiting later that day when I heard screaming from their bathroom. The little devil had crawled into the core of the toilet paper roll hanging on the wall and was terrorizing her daughter.

Nature is the greatest show on Earth.

It truly is the greatest show on earth.. =)

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Madelaine McMasters wrote:


Ceka Cianci wrote:

LOL omg i jumped back on that one part!! it caught me off guard..hehehehe

those are ground squirrels aren't they? chipmunks?

Yep, some people don't know their critters.

A friend of mine rescued a chippy years ago and raised it in a terrarium. She let it loose once and it immediately vanished. I was over visiting later that day when I heard screaming from their bathroom. The little devil had crawled into the core of the toilet paper roll hanging on the wall and was terrorizing her daughter.

Nature is the greatest show on Earth.

Chipmunks are cute, and those in the video are NOT chipmunks at all...lol.

Those are Indian Palm Squirrels. http://www.fotothing.com/photos/9cc/9cc388e86e7bcbaaecb31455a1522f6c_595.jpg

Nature is also the most confusing show on earth  :smileytongue:

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ya i would have never guessed those for sure..

they look so close to the ones in america..

and all are so cute hehehehe

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Ceka Cianci wrote:

ya i would have never guessed those for sure..

they look so close to the ones in america..

and all are so cute hehehehe

They look very similar lol, and are quite the looker as far as squirrels go. The only reason i knew they were palm squirrels right away instead of chipmunks is the fact that I feed our chipmunks nearly every day, even by hand, so it's easier to spot the difference when you've seen so many up close.

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Dana Hickman wrote:


Madelaine McMasters wrote:


Ceka Cianci wrote:

LOL omg i jumped back on that one part!! it caught me off guard..hehehehe

those are ground squirrels aren't they? chipmunks?

Yep, some people don't know their critters.

A friend of mine rescued a chippy years ago and raised it in a terrarium. She let it loose once and it immediately vanished. I was over visiting later that day when I heard screaming from their bathroom. The little devil had crawled into the core of the toilet paper roll hanging on the wall and was terrorizing her daughter.

Nature is the greatest show on Earth.

Chipmunks are cute, and those in the video are NOT chipmunks at all...lol.

Those are Indian Palm Squirrels.

Nature is also the most confusing show on earth  :smileytongue:

... adds herself to the list of people who don't know their critters!

;-)

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to answer the original post, deer [& subsequently antlers] are really trendy in conversation on tumblr & twitter, so it looks like the newest hipster trend-animal [like the owl, octopus, sparrow tat trends that have gone by]

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