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  • Cute dog.
    Does his question have anything to do with that humongous acorn in the background?
  • bearded clamorer: Cute dog.
    Does his question have anything to do with that humongous acorn in the background?


    Pretty sure he's expressing concerns about the giant squirrel coming back.
  • Did they really elect a leprechaun? Sweet!
  • My family is originally from Bern.  I always wanted one these giant sweeties!  But they don't live long.  I think having one on Florida would be cruel. Far too hot.
  • thehobbes: bearded clamorer: Cute dog.
    Does his question have anything to do with that humongous acorn in the background?

    Pretty sure he's expressing concerns about the giant squirrel coming back.


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    AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!

    that's me running away
  • bearded clamorer: Does his question have anything to do with that humongous acorn in the background?


    I had to look that up. Its Dearcán na nDaoine, the people's acorn, dedicated in 2017 to commemorate the 1916 Easter Rising where lots of Irish were massacred.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Easter_​R​ising

    Children have contributed their hopes for the future which will be held in it and revealed when it is opened in 100 years.

    https://www.rte.ie/news/ireland/2017/​1​214/927372-peoples-acorn/
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  • HairBolus: bearded clamorer: Does his question have anything to do with that humongous acorn in the background?

    I had to look that up. Its Dearcán na nDaoine, the people's acorn, dedicated in 2017 to commemorate the 1916 Easter Rising where lots of Irish were massacred.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Easter_R​ising

    Children have contributed their hopes for the future which will be held in it and revealed when it is opened in 100 years.

    https://www.rte.ie/news/ireland/2017/1​214/927372-peoples-acorn/
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    Thanks for doing the legwork sir!
  • RogueWallEnthusiast: HairBolus: bearded clamorer: Does his question have anything to do with that humongous acorn in the background?

    I had to look that up. Its Dearcán na nDaoine, the people's acorn, dedicated in 2017 to commemorate the 1916 Easter Rising where lots of Irish were massacred.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Easter_R​ising

    Children have contributed their hopes for the future which will be held in it and revealed when it is opened in 100 years.

    https://www.rte.ie/news/ireland/2017/1​214/927372-peoples-acorn/
    [Fark user image image 800x450]

    Thanks for doing the legwork sir!


    What he said.
  • ZMugg: thehobbes: bearded clamorer: Cute dog.
    Does his question have anything to do with that humongous acorn in the background?

    Pretty sure he's expressing concerns about the giant squirrel coming back.

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    AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!

    that's me running away


    Last time I was there, they had disassembled the squirrel.

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  • HairBolus: bearded clamorer: Does his question have anything to do with that humongous acorn in the background?

    I had to look that up. Its Dearcán na nDaoine, the people's acorn, dedicated in 2017 to commemorate the 1916 Easter Rising where lots of Irish were massacred.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Easter_R​ising

    Children have contributed their hopes for the future which will be held in it and revealed when it is opened in 100 years.

    https://www.rte.ie/news/ireland/2017/1​214/927372-peoples-acorn/
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    Hopefully none of those children are alive in 100 years to be sad and disappointed.
  • ElPrimitivo: Last time I was there, they had disassembled the squirrel.


    Farkied.
  • thehobbes: bearded clamorer: Cute dog.
    Does his question have anything to do with that humongous acorn in the background?

    Pretty sure he's expressing concerns about the giant squirrel coming back.


    Wouldn't you be concerned, too? Even the little ones are fierce.

    Squirrel hides nuts in a Bernese Mountain dog's fur
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  • Happy Star Wars Day.

    Triumph Attends The Premiere Of "Star Wars: Attack Of The Clones" - "Late Night With Conan O'Brien"
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  • This is the only upside to the pandemic. After a year of people doing shiat like this from their homes, cute moments like this are accepted, rather than seen as "inappropriate". I really hope this trend continues. People will be back in television studios, but people will still give interviews remotely, so cute opportunities will continue to occur. I just hope we (the collective 'we', meaning 'everybody') will continue to accept this.

    It would be ad positive change for the world, just a little bit of relaxation over what used to be overly serious. Professionalism still matters, people should actually dress and act like they are speaking in public, but moments like this are always going to be a fun break from the monotony of speeches and interviews.
  • Hello, video people? If you're trying to decide whether to have your video accompanied by music or not, choose NOT.

    Thanks. Otherwise, cute video.
  • freetomato: thehobbes: bearded clamorer: Cute dog.
    Does his question have anything to do with that humongous acorn in the background?

    Pretty sure he's expressing concerns about the giant squirrel coming back.

    Wouldn't you be concerned, too? Even the little ones are fierce.

    [YouTube video: Squirrel hides nuts in a Bernese Mountain dog's fur]


    /reported for being way too relevant
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