BBC Video: When Animals a-Talk.

Via on Apr 4, 2009

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Are Animals Sentient? Children know.

We all remember being children and reading books with talking animals. But, before you know it, we’re eating most of those animals. Fugg ’em, right? Well, this might be the first truly LOL (which, I’m told by the kidz, stands for funny) video I’ve watched in fur-ever—and yet—and yet—it reminds me of a time when I figured animals were sentient. So maybe it’s serious, just a lil’, after all. Steve, steve, ste-steve! Coco. Cococabana…

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3 Responses to “BBC Video: When Animals a-Talk.”

  1. sj* says:

    sometimes you need a lil' brit humour. avec animals. i truly LOL!!

  2. Katja says:

    Thanks for the laughs!

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