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I am a rune a carrot a little joke -- Walter Wykes
thog no girly-orc, thog manly-orc who just happens to like figure skating! -- Rich Burlew
The -- Ogden Nash
Don't be a goose! -- Margaret Mitchell
Feathers needed, swan preferred. -- Shelley Jackson
She was not a dog person. She was not a cat person, fish person, or horse person. On bad days, she was barely a people person. She ate meat, wore leather, and secretly coveted her mother's old mink. -- Laura Lippman
Min be the travaille, and thin be the glorie. -- Geoffrey Chaucer
I mistrust mountebanks - especially of the female variety. -- Judith Merkle Riley
There never was such a goose. -- Charles Dickens
-I prefer the term rutting beast. -- Eve Langlais
Take care of my moonlark. -- Shannon Messenger
How can you be dour when you have a tiny duck? -- Caitlin Kittredge
You weaselly short-dicked elk-fucker. -- Ian Tregillis
I like fish," chirruped Tunstell.
"Really, Mr. Tunstell? What is your preferred breed?"
"you know, the um, ones that"
he made a swooping motion with both hands
"uh, swim. -- Gail Carriger
Wheat-Thinned Slut Monkey. -- R.s. Grey
Rache! Glad you're ... Tink loves a duck!" he said, wings clattering. "It stinks of sex in here. God, woman. I leave you alone for one night, and you're humping the ghost." - Jenks to Rachel -- Kim Harrison
It was a hound of some sort, black and disproportionately long-bodied, with lets so stumpy that they appeared to have been amputated. With large, liquid eyes and a sturdy long tail in constant motion, it resembled nothing so much as and exceedingly amiable sausage. -- Diana Gabaldon
The last time I'd seen the Minotaur, he'd been wearing nothing but his tighty whities. I don't know why. Maybe he'd been shaken out of bed to chase me. -- Rick Riordan
Moose are the squirrels of Alaska. -- Tim Moon
Afrikander cattle. -- Justin Cartwright
She took me to a mall yesterday"' Lachlain sounded as if he'd just stifled a shudder. "And she pointed to a boy and said, 'I think I want one.' So naturally, I start thinking, Where can I get a wee mortal? But she meant a bairn - our bairn. -- Kresley Cole
Deer Reeder: First may I say, sorry for any werds I spel <>rong>rongrong>. Because I am a fox! So don't rite or spel perfect. -- George Saunders
Jung Min made my nickname. An animal called otter. At first I didn't know what exactly an otter was. So I didn't like it and said I didn't look like an otter. But one day, one of our fans upload its picture. It looked so cute. Since then, I've liked it. -- Heo Young-Saeng
Stubborn, snarly male. -- Anne Bishop
Deer Reeder: First may I say, sorry for any werds I spel rong. Because I am a fox! So don't rite or spel perfect. -- George Saunders
I am Snugglepumpkin. Hear me roar -- Kevin Hearne
Conceited little mega-puppy. -- Douglas Adams
And I might collapse from the cold anyway. How do you stand it, Rache? Tink's titties, I think parts of me fell off. -- Kim Harrison
Squirrel as in squirrel squirrel? -- Rick Riordan
We procured from an Indian a weasel perfectly white except the extremity of the tail which was black: great numbers of wild geese are passing to the south, but their flight is too high for us to procure any of them. -- Meriwether Lewis
My first yak was fairly quiet and looked a noble steed with my Mexican saddle and gay blanket among rather than upon his thick black locks. His back seemed as broad as that of an elephant, and with his slow, sure, resolute step, he was like a mountain in motion. -- Isabella Bird
What species is he?" "British -- Kirsten Beyer
A squirrel, Ratatosk, lives in the branches of the world-tree. It takes gossip and messages from Nidhogg, the dread corpse-eater, to the eagle and back again. The squirrel tells lies to both of them, and takes joy in provoking anger. -- Neil Gaiman
The Cavelries hear and their short and furrie -- James A. Owen
The smylere with the knyf under the cloke. -- Geoffrey Chaucer
and so on. They're all right in a way
I'm very good friends with them
pass the time of day when we meet, and all that
but they break out sometimes, there's no denying it, and then
well, you can't really trust them, and that's the fact. -- Kenneth Grahame
That's a guess. Only a guess, but a raven's guess is worth more than a magpie's. Aurrk!" -- T. Kingfisher
Sheep with a nasty side. -- Cyril Connolly
We are standing on a whale fishing for minnows -- Joseph Campbell
Cherk: a charming jerk. -- Kim Culbertson
A dork is a whale's penis. -- Jill Shalvis
never figured out what sort of animal I was -- Donald Barthelme
At 30-below, mushers will begin to put fleece jackets on their more sensitive dogs. Males are affixed with pile jockstraps, "peter heaters," to guard against frostbite. -- John Balzar
I fed my yak on my spare Cadbury chocolate 21,0000ft up Everest. It was a blonde, very sweet female yak. I made it my pet after that. -- Brian Blessed
I GO SNOWBOARDING WITH A PIG -- Rick Riordan
AND STOP BELLY-DANCING WITH BIRDS, NORWAY, IT'S INHUMANE! -- America
What a dull world if we knew all about geese! -- Aldo Leopold
How the hell did you get to the cloister and back so fast?"
"I have a moose."
"Yeah, you know, big deer looking thing, likes water... antlers, well, not this moose, Una's female."
"I want a moose," Brede mumbled. -- Sally Courtnix
What was the name of that dog on 'Rin Tin Tin'? -- Mickey Rivers
Please, please, for the love of trolls and other blessed creatures, stop wandering around in the forest like yer a bat instead of a wee lady! -- Amy Harmon
How dared you, I repeat, in disregard of all decency, call me a goose? -- Nikolai Gogol
Bink," said Gollie, "I must inform you that you are giving a home to a truly unremarkable fish."
"I love him" said Bink. -- Kate Dicamillo
About the only thing we have left that actually discriminates in favor of the plain people is the stork. -- Kin Hubbard
You do like them thin, don't you?" Pyrlig said, amused. "Now I like them meaty as well-fed heifers! Give me a nice dark Briton with hips like a pair of ale barrels and I'm a happy priest. Poor Hild. Thin as a ray of sunlight, she is, but I pity a Dane who crosses her path today. -- Bernard Cornwell
Freedom for the pike is death for the minnows. -- R. H. Tawney
a creature of impulse. -- Clive Barker
A rare bird on this earth, like nothing so much as a black swan. -- Juvenal
I'm a little lamb who's lost in the wood. -- Ira Gershwin
John the Skrull: (as Merlyn) "Here, listen. It's me, Merlyn, the magic man. There's no need for all this conflict, like. I command you to
Tink: "Suck my tits, you fairy fuckers!"
John the Skrull: "I was going to say 'give peace a chance' ... -- Paul Cornell
Klunk's another word for poo. Poo makes a klunk sound when it falls in our pee pots. -- James Dashner
What is the male equivalent of Bimbo? -- Valerie Harper
Geese were orderly beings, with principles and systems, whose existence denied all superiority of individual over individual of the same species (176). -- Alejo Carpentier
Bloody Bears, don't bother getting one as a pet, they're too demanding and they shed everywhere. -- Gillibran Brown
The pig says oink. -- Rick Riordan
RATTLESNAKE, n. Our prostrate brother, "Homo ventrambulans". -- Ambrose Bierce
I live in the English countryside, so I'm surrounded by magpies. -- Kenneth Branagh
Can a sparrow know how a stork feels? -- Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
She is of the north. She deserves better than a butcher. -- George R R Martin
Tinks titties Rache
Jenks -- Kim Harrison
Swans in the winter air
A white perfection have -- W. H. Auden
I am Ragnuk, and I am going to eat you now. -- Courtney Allison Moulton
Beef. Yes. Roast beef. It's the Swedish term for beef that is roasted. -- Lemony Snicket
voluptuous sluggard, -- Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Buckler, a lean hack, and a greyhound for coursing. An olla -- Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra
A mental midget with the IQ of a fence post. -- Tom Waits
Bless your sexy, sexy Viking heart, -- Penny Reid
The greylag mate for life? If ye kill a grown goose, hunting, ye must always wait, for the mate will come to mourn. Then ye must try to kill the second, too, for otherwise it will grieve itself to death, calling through the skies for the lost one. -- Diana Gabaldon
Though what bird in the best of circumstances does not look a little stricken? -- Lorrie Moore
What I love most about Norway is you ladies. Back home I'm used to fat and hairy women journalists. -- Diego Maradona
I want my chirfugging goose back! -- Frances Hardinge
pussy, Ryker. I've waited forever -- Milly Taiden
A good cook can produce a good dish from any old scrawnbag of a chook. -- Simon Hopkinson
When the game ended, Mike laid down his control paddle. "So you've met the Nordic goddess, right?"
Aria glanced up at him warily. "Excuse me?"
Mike rolled his eyes. "Duh. Klaudia, which I'm pretty sure is Scandinavian for sex vixen. -- Sara Shepard
Troll sat alone on his seat of stone, And munched and mumbled a bare old bone; For many a year he had gnawed it near, For meat was hard to come by. Done by! Gum by! In a cave in the hills he dwelt alone, And meat was hard to come by. -- J.r.r. Tolkien
Dieve--but I'm glad I'm not a hog. -- Upton Sinclair
Tink's a Disney whore! -- Jenks
What are you?" I said irritably.
"In the Serengeti, Ms. Lane, I would be the cheetah. I'm stronger, smarter, faster, and hungrier than everything else out there. And I don't apologize to the gazelle when I take it down. -- Karen Marie Moning
Moujiks. Right. What's a moujik?" the Tsar asked.
"Peasants, your majesty."
"No! Peasants. -- Eric Metaxas
Our Klutz clangs into Stop signs while riding a bike, and knocks over giant displays of expensive fine china. Despite being five foot nine and weighing 110 pounds, she is basically like a drunk buffalo who has never been a part of human society. But Fred Tom loves her anyway. -- Mindy Kaling
That woman must have been a husky in a previous life. -- Mary Papas
Squirrels, otters, hedgehogs, mice,
Moles with fur like sable,
Gathered in good spirits all,
Round the festive table.
Sit we down to eat and drink.
Friends, before we do, let's think,
Fruit of forest, field and banks,
To the seasons we give thanks. -- Brian Jacques
Son of a poodle. -- Michael Darling
fishhook. It's squiggly like a worm. Something's -- Caroline Fyffe
Even an aardvarks think their offspring are beautiful -- Roger Penrose
I'm not a big-game hunter. I've made that very clear. I've always been a rodent and rabbit hunter. Small varmints, if you will. -- Mitt Romney
Egg-sucking son of a porcupine! -- Diana Gabaldon
I eat meat, the rarer the better. -- Dominique Swain
Hamsters. We have other names for them; rats, weasels, rodents, but with their fine, golden fur, round faces and whiskers, what they most look like are hamsters. -- Craig Alanson
Garlick maketh a man wynke, drynke, and stynke. -- Thomas Nash
In the bitter cold weather Pa could not be sure of finding any wild game to shoot for meat. The -- Laura Ingalls Wilder