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Quote from: DoctorBeaver on 01/06/2008 10:12:01Both of you - go & stand in the corner!My you're bossy!!
Both of you - go & stand in the corner!
ok, that does it! I thought you were being nice to be but the Beaver has become *itchy. (*=b)i still like the pout, though, and the face mask - well absolutely astonishing - it looks so real!i think the cammo a bit over the top - just a touch too much
We read of the beaver that when it is pursued, knowing that it isfor the virtue [contained] in its medicinal testicles and not beingable to escape, it stops; and to be at peace with its pursuers, itbites off its testicles with its sharp teeth, and leaves them to itsenemies
What the fek did DaVinci know about beavers? How many beavers were there in renaissance Italy?
Quote from: DoctorBeaver on 02/06/2008 23:02:12What the fek did DaVinci know about beavers? How many beavers were there in renaissance Italy? Leo said he "read" about this gonad-gnashing beaver-behaviour, presumably from the renaissance version of Wikipedia 
What the fek did DaVinci know about beavers? How many beavers were there in renaissance Italy? (Before anyone gets pedantic with me, I know Italy didn't exist as a cohesive whole in those days. There were just a lot of city states.)DaVinci wouldn't even have recognised a beaver had one jumped up and bit his nose."Gott im Himmel!", he would have cried in alarm as the furry assailant disappeared through a large hole in the skirting board of his studio (DaVinci was actually German, by the way. He only pretended to be Italian so he could have his wicked Teutonic way with one of those sultry Borgia wenches.), "Was ist das? Ich nicht das ganja schmoken yechts."