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Bored university student needing something to do and loving taking pictures.

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Rhino attack, rhino attack!!!!!!
5th Sep 2006, 09:27  


rhinos freak me out.

5th Sep 2006, 09:42

frost says:

awwww i like them, like all animals

5th Sep 2006, 09:43

i like their feet!

5th Sep 2006, 09:45

frost says:

cant say id ever noticed their feet, i just think they have such a character to them, like they are pissed off all the time and fed up

5th Sep 2006, 09:48

they're like armed cows. with baggy pyjamas on...

5th Sep 2006, 10:03

i have only just noticed their feet in this pic, i think they look cool! they are pissed off coz they have crumbs in their pjs

5th Sep 2006, 10:04

frost says:

yes id be annoyed if i had crumbs in my jammies too

5th Sep 2006, 10:07

i'm trying to think of a wildlife-based biscuit pun....

5th Sep 2006, 10:08

paintist says:

something to do with hob-nobs would be funny....

5th Sep 2006, 10:09

monkey finger paintist do you not remember the old story tape we had where the nasty man put cake crumbs in the rhinos skin when he was swimming?

5th Sep 2006, 10:13

absolutely, not.

5th Sep 2006, 10:14

oh ok then! it was on the same tape as how the elephant got his trunk, and how the camel got his hump

5th Sep 2006, 10:18

James says:

Surely they could make quick work of that puny wire fence if they choose to do a runner?

5th Sep 2006, 10:25

frost says:

yeah i thought that too, it was electric fence but still doubt they would feel that through their tough skin

5th Sep 2006, 10:30

i remember the elephant one - the crocodile pulled his nose right?

5th Sep 2006, 10:30


5th Sep 2006, 10:31
5th Sep 2006, 10:33

aaah. i see.

strangely, i still don't remember it...

5th Sep 2006, 10:41

frost says:

awww i dont remember that story but i like it

5th Sep 2006, 11:11

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