Human! I Don’t Need a Coconut Oil Quill Massage! (by Hank the Hedgehog)

Hey, Hank the Hedgehog here.  How are you guys doing?  Hope your world is full of weird smells, long naps and lots of mealworms.

I was going to tell you about the camo gear I ordered but it isn’t here yet.  I was also going to get up but it’s pretty comfy in here.  Even though I’m still drowning in purples and pinks — not to mention hearts, flowers and lace!

 

Why, Human, why?

pst ig

 

Will someone tell her to leave me be now?  I don’t need a coconut oil quill massage!  I’m a Wild. Thing.

But if she has more mealworms we can talk.  After my nap.

Peace out.

 

14 thoughts on “Human! I Don’t Need a Coconut Oil Quill Massage! (by Hank the Hedgehog)

    1. Thanks, Robin. The mealworms are my favorite and I still try to eat the coconut oil. She says it’s good for me and even mixes it in my food when I’m not looking. I hadn’t thought of embracing my feminine side… didn’t know I had one… hmmm…. 🙂

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        1. Yes, he definitely is! That’s true, it’s called self-anointing. It’s pretty amazing and I’ve wanted to write about it but haven’t been able to capture pictures. I may go ahead and write a story without photos.

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          1. I think that’s amazing. A friend of mine has an African Grey Parrot. This morning I went over for coffee and the bird was still covered.

            As we were drinking our coffee the bird began to cough melodramatically.

            It was hilariously appropriate. It was past time for my friend to uncover bird.

            So the bird started gasping for attention.

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            1. Haha 🙂 That’s awesome! I’ve heard that African Grey Parrots are very smart. This one certainly seems to fit that bill.

              Hank the Hedgehog hasn’t learned how to cough and gasp for attention — yet. That’s probably a good thing. 🙂

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