I know a few too.
Have a woof woof day. My best to your humans. 🙂
Yup, nobody’s mentioning any names-good.
Well I know a few twisted peeps myself.
Weather here is really COLD wind chill of minus 27. We are having some power outages.
Sweet William The Scot
good gravy-that’s the worse time to have them. Even the oil fired furnaces are controlled by electricity.
Bawahwhahhwhaaw that is super cool Kyla xxxooxxx
Mollie and Alfie
The Narcissus of cactii.
Twisted and prickly lol
I guess it feels so good and is painful at the same time.
We have a ton of cacti around the house, but none of it looks like your cacti. Ours is very painful and the spikes are microscopic. Mom says a lot of bad words every time she encounters them. Please be careful!
There’s a whole lot of cactii around and the saguaro is the largest. Some rise higher than the telephone poles. We have cactii all over the back yard of all types. We’ve learned the hard way.
BOL! Looks a bit like fingers pointing upwards….okay, a hand missing some fingers pointing upwards!
Talk about getting bent out of shape! Great find.
XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy
It’s a unique individual that’s a member of a unique species. Since they don’t grow arms until they’re about 70, you’d think a senior citizen would have learned a thing or two by now.
But their not worth getting bent out of shape over.
Aroo to you,
They are if you run into one-OUCH
Glad they’re in your garden!
Actually, they’re along the road here in “town”.
I’ve heard a “woooah that’s cool” in the background, think you’re right, Kyla :o)
You’re hearing voices? Your staff must be sneaking up on you.
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