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December 27, 2021

WE'RE WILLING TO LEARN

You Have No Idea How Hard It Is to Get a Hamster Drunk

(Thanks to Asher Scheiner and Ralph)

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The real problem is finding those tiny little shot glasses.

"Gwen Lupfer, a psychologist at the University of Alaska Anchorage who has studied alcohol consumption in hamsters"

I really wish I could have heard the conversation between Gwen and her vocational counselor.

Sounds like the basis for Hamster Huey and the Gooey Kablooie.

After a rough day on the hamster treadmill, who can blame them for wanting to kick back a few?

The hamsters are tired of being used as guinea pigs in these ridiculous studies.

It's driving them to drinking.

This study explains signs posted in Old West saloons and, I am told, still posted in Texas roadhouses:
"We don't serve hamsters."

It's not hard at all, when someone else is buying.

I'm guessing these are Russian hamsters.

A tourist visiting Flathead County once got pretty upset with the local law. It seems the man and his hamster friend got drunk as a pair of waltzing pissants in a local tavern and started raising such a ruckus they were both thrown in jail for the night. What galled the tourist was that he had to pay a fine while the hamster got off free. The little rat was still sleeping it off in his pocket.

Here in Geezer Acres it's always a problem when our lead hamster gets drunk and falls off the treadmill. We don't have any electric until he sobers up and goes back to work.

Gerbils on the other hand....

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