Stephanie’s like a super powered 4 year old with a new kitten. I don’t think she’ll do any lasting damage to poor Robespierre. And he may help her out…
Nothing cuter than a semi-sentient land-based squid creature.
If Stephanie squeezes any harder the whole sentience question may become moot, but I think his/her/it’s functioning level is a bit higher than “semi”.
I’ve been waiting for this reveal since I first laid eyes on the little living plushtoy. 🙂
He’s more of an octopi that a squid. However, if I’m counting correctly, he’s only got six legs. Which, I suppose, makes him a Hexopi.
On the concept of a plushtoy, I’m not sure how much one would run, but that’s an interesting idea.
Charlie; THANK YOU.
AWWWW… SO MUCH CUTE!!!
On another note, I received the book. Thank you so much my friend!
Hi, yes and will taste great with lime, a hot butter sauce, steamed rice with shrimp and lobster tail.
it must be close to dinner time.
hi, paraphrasing the great Abbot (of Abbot and Costello)
I know you are out there cause I hear you breathing.
darn, no nibbles.
I just figured that you were hungry.
I mean, nobody would be mean enough to want to eat poor Robespierre.
Though he/she/it did arrive in a Chinese food container…
Well, you are right. No one would be mean enough. . . .
just kidding. Due to some BAD shrimp, I can’t eat shrimp or calamari. Sigh. He is cute, in a strange sort of ET way.
He is pretty durn cute. I’d gladly pay for that plushtoy. But only if it comes with a teeny little paint brush.
You sir, are a genius of marketing.
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