Rules of Nature (by Angry Giant)

Fluffies. Nature’s punching bag.
4komafluffy

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Short, fluffy, and to the point. Love it.

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I thought it was a small pile of shit behind the fluffy. But it turns out that’s its tail.
Bamboozled.

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Forgot the name
Once again

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Time to get sorry-stick for artists? :hmm:

@AngryGiant nice little piece you made. :grin:

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Leaving a fluffy in nature is basically a death sentence. :grinning_face_with_smiling_eyes:

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AND THEY RUN WHEN THE SUN COMES UP
WITH THEIR LIVES ON THE LINE
ALIVE

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gave me a laugh on a day I needed it, thanks

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Run free in the wild, Fluffy. Just like God never intended.

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Next time, on Fluffy Planet…

AND THEY RUN WHEN THE SUN COMES OUT
WITH THEIR LIVES ON THE LINE

MWHAHAHA!

(BTW I lived a very similar scenario with a wounded hare)

genetically-engineered horse-pig-cat-dog-thing that is sapient and capable of human speech
wild animal that belongs in nature

Dad may have come up with a quick excuse for why he’s not going to let his daughter bring home some feral, but it’s not one that will stand up to scrutiny for long; kids aren’t dumb, they’ll work things out logically. Eventually.

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it belong to the wind, indeed. wild animal need to eat fluffies to survive.

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Caw

Like her father say it belongs in nature, this is the circle of nature.

Which brings up an interesting question: are feral fluffies really in the same class as “wild animals?”

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More like “a bother nature didn’t ask for”.

That’s pretty much the definition of an invasive species.

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Exactly my point.