Jul. 13th, 2007

In Which We Take Back What We Said About The Brits.


OK, so perhaps we were feeling a mite cocky yesterday.

Maybe we had a bit of fun at our friends’ expense.

But today, we learned via the BBC (highly superior to any newsgathering organizations over here,) that the British Army apparently has highly-trained cadres of Honey Badgers at their command.

As you can see from the picture above, the Honey Badger is anything but sweet. It’s a compact ball of razor-toothed fury, able to rip through flesh and bone the way most of us would go through, say, a box of chocolate-covered bacon. In fact, several African tribes report that the honey badger has a nasty habit of attacking "the scrotum of larger mammals if provoked and has even castrated humans."


Just a bit of kidding there, eh, Guv’nor? Jolly good laugh, eh, wot?   
Hello? Hello?

Hmmm. In an even more ominous development, the British apparently have a long tradition of Badger-Based Warfare.

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