Archive for July, 2010


Terrapin mania.

July 27, 2010

You may remember several months ago I kicked off this site with the most astonishing image anyone could possibly imagine.

Since then there have been many fantastic Animal on Animal entries, so in an effort to guarantee their place in history, the terrapin species has returned:

Clearly these  particular terrapin folk saw the site and thought they could do better, and while it may lack the charm of the previous terrapin entry, it certainly does a good job of compensating for that by the sheer number of terrapins present, I count at least four billion terrapins in that image, which by anyone’s standard is quite a lot.

Well done terrapins, and well done Lindsay for taking the photo and sending it in.

Well done everyone, just for being here today.


Current events!

July 21, 2010

On Monday, a shit load of bees were at the end of the street where I spend 8 hours a day. They were on each other, and also on a sign post. Bees are animals, sign posts are not animals.

Here are some pictures of the event (credited as we go):

Picture: Mouse

Picture: Mouse again (alright Mouse, take a break with your camera, geez)

Picture: James

Apparently some insane person who was cleaning out a shop down the road found a bee hive and thought it would be a good idea to throw it out.

This was not a good idea, person who was cleaning out the shop.

Don’t do it again.


Ultimate hide and seek.

July 15, 2010

Derek enjoyed playing hide and seek with his son, Polyvinyl-chloride. They would play every weekend. They would have played every day but Derek and his wife had split up due to his gambling addiction and her kissing postmen addiction, so Derek only got custody at weekends.

Polyvinyl-chloride had loads of great hiding places. Sometimes he would hide behind the TV, or in a bush, or in the fridge (for short periods of time, of course, let’s not be dangerous and silly). But his favourite place was on his dad’s back, because Derek never thought to look there.

Polyvinyl-chloride would hide on Derek’s back for hours until finally his dad would give up and go to sleep.

Derek would always awaken with a moustache and monocle drawn on his face in permanent marker courtesy of his mischievous son, and then he would get annoyed and go play cards with his friends while Polyvinyl-chloride watched Short Circuit 2 on DVD.

Those were the days.

Cheers for getting the image from here, Dannie.


Something is wrong.

July 6, 2010

Sorry about my absence. In an attempt to make up for it I have a total of four images for you today. There is probably a ‘good’ story somewhere in here but I am feeling quite lazy.

This is not traditional Animal on Animal stuff, what we have are animals PAINTED onto other animals. It’s like things that a witch would do.

Have a look:

Normal weekly service should be resumed as of now. But I’d say that anyway just to try and get a few more hits. I love those hits, I do.

Thank you for the images, Kieren. And thank you for taking them from here.