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(The Indy Channel)   Hedgehogs quickly gaining popularity as pets. "You might say it's *removes sunglasses* a Sonic boom"   (theindychannel.com) divider line 59
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2014-02-26 02:10:51 AM
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2014-02-26 02:26:09 AM
Is it "A hedgehog" or "AN hedgehog"??

Whatever, I say they're porcupines with better P.R.
 
2014-02-26 05:52:27 AM

fusillade762: [blogs.villagevoice.com image 240x360]

What are they going to feed him?


Ew. Just ew.

/part-time video store clerk in the late 80's
 
2014-02-26 06:13:24 AM

corq: fusillade762: [blogs.villagevoice.com image 240x360]

What are they going to feed him?

Ew. Just ew.

/part-time video store clerk in the late 80's


Same here. The first store I worked in didn't have an adult section, so customers had to ask for "The Book" which was a 3-ring-binder of box covers held behind the counter.
 
2014-02-26 06:53:30 AM
Nocturnal people need pets, too.
 
2014-02-26 06:55:18 AM

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What have I done? WHAT HAVE I DONE?

I'll never be able to hug my children.

Well, maybe I can wrap them in dry leaves.

 
2014-02-26 07:16:07 AM
Hedgehogs are banned in some states and cities. It is not clear why, except perhaps for the fear that they will be mistreated or go native. They are banned in California, as is every animal that is not specfically allowed by federal law, and Georgia, Maine, etc. Some cities ban them in Canada but no province has a ban--they are unlikely to become an invasive species except perhaps in Vancouver or the fruit belt of Southern Ontario.

In the UK some people love them and some people hate them in their gardens. They eat insects but also do damage to garden plantss.

Like the porcupine (no relation that I know) they are easy to catch and thus eaten by country people and tramps. They are wrappd in clay and baked in a fire. This removes their prickles which would otherwise make them very difficult to eat.

They are frequent roadkill because like skunks and porcupines they are slow and fearless.

Back in the 1980s or thereabouts, a British company made hedgehog flavoured crisps, some cases of which were imported by a retailer in Montreal, Canada. I imagine that hedgehog crisps taste exactly like roast chicken potato chips.
 
2014-02-26 07:31:34 AM

brantgoose: In the UK some people love them and some people hate them in their gardens. They eat insects but also do damage to garden plantss.


Don't they also tend to have flea problems?
 
2014-02-26 07:36:30 AM
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what a Sonic Boom might look like.
/hot like alternate continuities
 
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