…and there was much discussion about the nature of female squirrels.
Did you know that the fear of squirrels is known as “sciurophobia”?
Good to know 😉 What’s the fear of angry women called?
I would call it just good common sense!
However, since you did ask:
-Fear of anger: Cholerophobia
-Fear of Women: Gynephobia
-Fear of Brits: Anglophobia
-Fear of Angry British Women: Anglogynecholerophobia
Strangely enough, just last week I misused the word “Anglogynecholerophobia” in conversation thinking it meant “fear of mispronouncing made-up words”. Thanks, Ed8, for clearing that up.
That is a very specific squirrel. I have had squirrels in the garden who were very angry at not being allowed to eat food at the bird feeder. But then I guess I didn’t have a 200ft tunneling device.
Also: in the vote pic, she can’t admit he is a handsome man because she is standing too close to the picture to focus on it properly.
Are you saying the giant driller is a threat to the squirrel community? And that the squirrels won’t let that treat go unanswered?
Thank you for a truly laugh out loud moment.
This is going to sound corny but, while I have never disliked Mondays, the fact that your (and a few other) comic updates today makes me look forward to the beginning of the work week.
It’s kind of you to say so, and I very much appreciate it. Thank you 🙂
-So, will we open?
-Well, I guess not.
-But maybe yes? What could it be?
-It could be “She”.
-So, do we open?
-Maybe… Maybe not.
-Have you noticed the choice we are facing?
-Yes, What a dilemma.
-By yhe way, your tea, with or without milk?
-Well I don’t know…
-With or without sugar?
-Could I prefer coffe?
-With milk and sugar?
-I… Maybe… To much choices, the tension, please stop. I can’t…
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