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July 29, 2009

FORGET SQUIRRELS

Breakout fuels killer chipmunk concerns

Killer chipmunks invade kitchens

I fled mad chipmunk

(Thanks to DavCat)

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We're gonna need a bigger boa.

It's been one hell of a day for you, hasn't it, Dave?!

PS - *snork* @ Annie!

A horde of mad chipmunks could absolutely ruin tea time. First the blitz now this.

Muriel, 30, ran to a neighbour's after it tried to slash her with its claws. She said: "It looked crazed. It MEANT to do me damage."

Oh, please. It's a freaking chipmunk for crying out loud. Get a grip, lady!

Although Chipmunk Claws WBAGNFA slasher movie.

I'm pretty sure I saw Mad Chipmunk opening for the Dirty Rotten Imbeciles back in 84.

It's not a Mad Chipmunk, it's a Pedigree Siberian Hamster.

Give it up for the newly turned punk band, Alvin and The Killer Chipmunks!

But are they dramatic chipmunks?

Chipmunks are squirrels, Dave. They're just in disguise.

I have never seen such lean and hungry chipmunks. Yikes, spread to DC. Must be one of those ACORN chipmunks.

Not amused in the slightest. Humph.

Why is the U.K. getting so upset about Chip Monks? They help the Fish Friars. (Sorry, old joke.)

Jeff, don't be too sure -- I had a hamster when I was a kid, and my dad swears to this day that it growled at him. There's hidden malice in those cute little critters.

I had a spider that ate a mouse one night. I'm pretty sure she could have helped with this situation. Of course, there would probably be some conflict about cheering for which side.

I was camping and had two chipmunks run right over my feet. They were playing tag. But I've also been attacked by a squirrel in college. He was majoring in furrin' languages.

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