Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Beware the Droolasaur

It's quite possible that you do not frequent the habitat of the Droolasaur.  And if so you would be unaware of the hazards that await the unwary.  The Droolasaur is one of a number of predators that make use of a combination of camouflage and biological warfare to bring down its prey. 

It starts by looking oh sooooo cute

See you'd never suspect that that drool is in fact carry highly contagious organisms.  Much like the Komodo Dragon which will just give a slight wound and the wait for the disease in its saliva to sicke the prey, the Droolasaur makes you just want to pick it up and cuddle it and moosh it all lovee dovee while in fact it is passing on its infectious diseases.

See.  Here's the Droolasaur in action,
The woman below is fully sucked into the total cuteness

But after just a short contact she's already feeling the effects of the infection as the Droolasaur moves to let the agent do its work.

This may be a very long way of saying I came back from Pulandia with a cold I got from 2.4.


Renee Michelle Goertzen said...

I'm always healthier in the seasons that I don't see many children. Hope you feel better soon!

Tim said...

I might add 2.4 is actually feeling much better and no longer sick. Haha.. sorry.


Agent W said...

Glad you were able to spend some quality time with the Pu Clan! Great pictures!! Hope you recover quickly from your cold.

terri said...

2.4 is WAY too cute to be blamed for infectious disease. In his defense, might I suggest that you've spent some time in airports and on airplanes - places that are infamous for the spreading of germs.

I would also like to recommend that you take a daily dose of Emergen-C. :-)